Experts from Stirling's Institute of Aquaculture aim to help tackle major challenges within the Indonesian aquaculture industry as part of a new strategic collaboration.
The Institute will collaborate with the Indonesian government to research a number of areas, including sustainable aquafeeds, health management, environmental protection and genetic improvement.
Stirling will also provide a one-year MSc programme in Sustainable Aquaculture, covering areas directly relevant to the country, including fish husbandry, health control, and food security, safety and quality. A number of sector-specific PhD programmes will also be available.
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