We have update our abstracts for our Aquaculture Europe events! So please make sure that you follow our new abstract guidelines on quality and on format when you submit.
Abstracts need to reflect the quality of the science, in terms of its rigour, its contribution to knowledge and its impact to end-users. EAS strongly supports good knowledge management. Please therefore clearly show the impact and implications of your research for the sector and how you will/have communicated the knowledge derived for the potential users of your results. We recognise that ongoing analysis and interpretation of results may hinder early submission, and it is therefore possible to amend/update your abstract before a second (final print) deadline (usually early July). Naturally, updates and amendments can only be made to abstracts that have been submitted before the initial deadline, so this is not an opportunity to make a late initial submission Please kindly pass on this message to your colleagues and contacts that would still like to submit.