AquaBreeding Project title: “Towards enhanced and sustainable use of genetics and breeding in the European aquaculture industry”




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  1. Section 2 – Dissemination of knowledge

    1. Overview table

Planned/actual

Dates

Type

Type of audience

Countries addressed

Size of audience

Partner responsible /involved

February 2007

Project Website

Aquaculture Breeding Sector

Europe

?

ISILS/All project’s partners

Mars 2007

Presentation (EATIP Stakeholders meeting)

Aquaculture sector (industry + academics)

Europe

110

ISILS

September 2007

Article in trade press (FishFarmer Magazine)

Industry sector

International

Journal audience

MHI

April 2008

Poster (CONSENSUS final workshop)

Aquaculture sector

16 countries

100

ISILS

October 2008

Final project workshop

Aquaculture Breeding and Reproduction sector

17 countries

90

ISILS- SYSAAF /All project’s partners

October 2008

Direct e-mailing (dissemination of the AquaBreeding survey)

Aquaculture breeding organisations

14 countries

45

ISILS, All project’s partners

October 2008

Article in RTD Press (CORDIS RTD News)

Research sector

Europe

CORDIS RTD News Audience

ISILS

October 2008

Presentation (Workshop Profet Policy)

Research and industry aquaculture sector

?

50

ISILS, INRA, NOFIMA

January 2009

Direct e-mailing

(call of interest for the Network)



Aquaculture Breeding and Reproduction sector

Europe

66 at mid January

All project’s partners

April 2009

Course on Breeding

Personnel of breeding organisations

Europe

Up to 25

Wageningen Univ./INRA, NOFIMA




    1. Brief description of dissemination activities

The project communication strategy passed through the creation of the project website (www.aquabreeding.eu). Its architecture was designed to inform visitors on the project’s objectives and activities (meetings, survey, workshop) and to release the documents produced by the project consortium. Continuously updated, it has permitted rapidly make public all documents produced.

The AquaBreeding-ReproFish final workshop gathered approximately 90 participants over 2.5 days. It has allowed to present an overview of research findings, possibly illustrated through their industrial application and relevant documents, delineate research needs and make propositions for the future of the sector.

Finally, the participation to workshops, ETPs events and the release of articles in specialist and trade press permitted to disseminate the project activities to a larger audience:

- Presentation: Opportunities of European Technology Platforms: Breeding and Reproduction in Aquaculture. First EATIP Stakeholder Meeting, March 22 2007 – Brussels, Belgium

- Article: Breeding project to define knowledge gaps. FishFarmer Magazine, September 19 2007

- Poster: AquaBreeding project. CONSENSUS Final Stakeholder Meeting, April 23–25 2008 - Oostende, Belgium

- Workshop: The future prospects for aquaculture breeding in Europe. AquaBreeding-Reprofish workshop, October 1-3 2008 - Paris, France

- Article: Aquaculture comes of age. CORDIS RTD-NEWS, October 16 2008:



- Presentation: AQUABREEDING - How can genetics help European aquaculture ? Workshop Profet Policy “Quality Assurance in Freshwater Aquaculture”, October 16&17 2008 – Treviso, Italy


  1. Section 3 - Publishable results

This section provides a publishable summary of each exploitable result the project has generated.

    1. Species reviews in breeding and reproduction

Description: The species reviews have been elaborated with the objective to provide updated information on the state-of-the-art of breeding and reproduction for aquaculture species having a relevant economic weight or presenting a development potential at the European level. Each review contains an exhaustive list of scientific references and follows the same general layout: (1) General information on production and breeding, (2) Genetic variability of the species, (3) Reproduction, (4) Selection, (5) Polyploidisation and monosexing and hybrids, (6) Genomics. The reviews have been prepared for the 10 following species: the Atlantic salmon, the rainbow and brown trouts, the Atlantic cod, the common carp, the European seabass, the gilthead seabream, the Pacific oyster, the charrs (alpinus and fontinalis) and the turbot.

Use in further research: The reviews are directly useable as updated references in the fields of breeding and reproduction for the targeted species.

Stage of development: Reviews completed

Collaboration sought or offered: Without object

Collaborator details: Without object

Intellectual property rights granted or published: Without object

Contact details: See main author of each single review or send a mail to the project coordinator: herve.chavanne@istitutospallanzani.it


    1. Industrial survey: a status of current aquaculture breeding trends to prepare the future

Description: An industrial survey has been conducted from European private companies, research organisations and professional associations managing closed aquaculture broodstocks of freshwater and marine aquaculture species. The objective of this study is to get an overview of the breeding strategies and assess the extent of their implementation in the European aquaculture industry. The document, elaborated from questionnaires compiled by 33 breeding organisations, gives an extended view of current commercial breeding activities in Europe (37 selective breeding programmes listed, 14 selected species) with a detailed description of practices split by strategy, country and species.

Possible market applications: The survey brings a clearer view of the aquaculture breeding sector, still small and fragmented, and shows a trend of development across species and countries

Stage of development: Industrial survey completed

Collaboration sought or offered: Information exchange

Collaborator details: Commercial aquaculture breeding companies active in Europe providing, in a confidential basis, updated information on the breeding strategies implemented and the company profile.

Intellectual property rights granted or published: Without object

Contact details: AquaBreeding project coordinator: herve.chavanne@istitutospallanzani.it


    1. Development of a Vision for the aquaculture breeding sector

Description:

The aim of this document is to highlight the key objectives of present and future breeding programs supporting a vibrant aquaculture industry in Europe within the next 15 years. It depicts the world and European aquaculture production context, details the challenges for the European aquaculture breeding sector and lists the fundamentals to face such challenges.



Stage of development: Vision document completed

Collaboration sought or offered: Information exchange

Collaborator details: EATIP Vision Paper under completion for the pillar “Managing the biological life cycle”, working group “Breeding and Reproduction.

Intellectual property rights granted or published: Without object

Contact details: AquaBreeding project coordinator: herve.chavanne@istitutospallanzani.it


    1. Industrial Research priorities

Description:

Based on the knowledge gaps, the industrial research priorities have been defined and ranked from an extended list built on the following pillars: (1) market-value traits, (2) health and welfare traits, (3) reproduction, (4) breeding schemes efficiency, (5) sex control, (6) genetic resources and banking, (7) social and knowledge transfer issues.

The 4 top priorities, resulting from the poll of 48 stakeholders responses (half of which were from the industry), were written as call text (presented hereafter) for a submission to the EC services and ETPs working groups. The extended list will serve as memorandum for future research prioritization works.

Use in further research: The listed priorities will serve as input for the EATIP Strategic Research Agenda under preparation in 2009.

Stage of development: Industrial research priorities in aquaculture breeding and reproduction completed

Collaboration sought or offered: financial support or investment, information exchange

Collaborator details: Users and providers of updated knowledge in the fields of aquaculture breeding and reproduction.

Intellectual property rights granted or published: Without object

Contact details: Network manager. In the meantime, AquaBreeding project coordinator: herve.chavanne@istitutospallanzani.it


    1. Breeding and reproduction aquaculture Network

Description: A call of interest for a pilot Network bringing together the aquaculture industry and academics active in the fields of breeding and reproduction has been launched on the first of 2009. The objective of the Network is to strengthen the capacity of innovation of the European aquaculture industry in the above areas, supporting an effective interaction between the two European technology platforms of reference, FABRETP and EATIP.

The Network will adopt a multi-stakeholder approach, gathering representatives of breeding companies, hatcheries, research organisations, genotyping and biotech reproduction companies or consultancy firms active in the above fields. As the development of genomic tools is expected to bring great benefits to the aquaculture sector, in particular opening up new possibilities in the fields of breeding and reproduction, the Network will also include research organisations active in genomics.



To start, the activities will be limited to 4 levels: (1) Define the research priorities, (2) Organise applied training courses, (3) Perform a periodic industrial survey on aquaculture breeding practices, (4) Disseminate information and enhance interactions through a dedicated website.

Possible market applications: The network will support an effective interaction between the two European technology platforms FABRETP and EATIP in the fields of breeding and reproduction.

Use in further research: The network will contribute to the definition and implementation of the FABRETP and EATIP Strategic Research Agenda in the fields of breeding and reproduction. Gathering users and suppliers of knowledge, it will also enhance innovation transfer and projects build-up opportunities.

Stage of development: Network in a preparatory phase

Collaboration sought or offered: financial support or investment, information exchange, training

Collaborator details: Any stakeholders active in the fields of aquaculture breeding and reproduction willing to develop innovative approaches in the above fields

Intellectual property rights granted or published: Without object

Contact details: Network manager. In the meantime, AquaBreeding project coordinator: herve.chavanne@istitutospallanzani.it
Final science and society reporting questionnaire



Science and Society Reporting Questionnaire

Introduction

FP6 was designed to focus, integrate, structure and strengthen the European Research Area (ERA). The influence of science and technology on society was acknowledged when the ERA was established and the importance of having a healthy dialogue between science and society was recognised. This area now forms part of the policy to structure the ERA under the heading Science and Society. It incorporates ethical, gender and communications issues together with issues affecting education and youth and governance.
This questionnaire has been compiled for FP6 Project Coordinators. It has been designed to help coordinators respond to contractual reporting requirements (Article II.10.3 of the contract states that consortia must engage with actors beyond the research community) and to facilitate the monitoring of the science and society dimension in FP6.
The information gathered through this exercise will be confidential and will not be disclosed to any third parties or used in any way that could be linked to individual projects.
Please complete the questionnaire by ticking boxes or filling out information where requested. It would be appreciated if as many questions as possible could be completed.
Please note that Part A will be completed automatically when the contract number is entered.

A General Information on Contractor

1 Contract Number:




044424










2 Instrument:




Specific Support Action










3 Thematic Priority:




Modernisation and sustainability of fisheries, including aquaculture-based production systems










4 Title of Project:




Towards enhanced and sustainable use of genetics and breeding in the European aquaculture industry










5 Name and Title of Coordinator:




Hervé CHAVANNE, Responsible of the ISILS Aquaculture Unit










6 Period Covered, Start Date:




01/12/06

End Date:

30/11/08










7 EC Contribution to project:






236,614









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