The scope of the ISFNF is to advance all aspects of aquatic animal nutrition research mainly through biennial international symposia. The presentations (invited, oral and poster) include original research, important scientific issues, identification of needs for additional research in critical areas, and also provide a vital platform for exchanging information on emerging issues. The symposia have been built on the strong foundation that previous meetings established to venture into new areas and increasingly important issues. The ISFNF brings together researchers, industry, government and other stakeholders to identify and address constraints limiting aquaculture production, fish health and food safety, with a view to recognizing the need for adopting approaches based on new knowledge, emerging technology and novel ideas.
The main objectives of the International Symposium on Nutrition and Feeding in Fish (ISFNF) are:
To promote advancement in fish and crustacean nutrition science, research and development through international cooperation at the global level.
To encourage communication and collaboration among nutrition scientists as well as to disseminate information in aquatic nutritional sciences through modern communication technology.
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