AQD attends symposium on current research trends in fisheries biology

AQD’s Binangonan Freshwater Station (BFS) senior staff Dr. Maria Rowena Eguia, Mr. Ruel Eguia, and Ms. Antonieta Evangelista participated in the international symposium on Current research trends in fisheries biology last January 20. The conference was held at the Philippine Carabao Center, CLSU (Central Luzon State University), Nueva Ecija.

The purpose of the conference is to disseminate results of the collaborative studies by CLSU and the National Taiwan University under the Microsatellite and Otolith (MO) project. Most topics of the presentations are on population genetics as applied in the conservation and management of freshwater fishes.

In joining this event, BFS participants were able to: (1) gather relevant concepts and techniques that can be applied to BFS’s current research projects, and (2) meet researchers who are interested in collaborating with AQD.

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