International webinar on selective breeding in aquaculture

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Dr. Curtis Lind, a senior scientist from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Organization (CSIRO), Australia, delivered the talk online on “Development of Selective Breeding Programs for Aquaculture: Transforming Theory into Application” on May 14, 2021. Faculty and researchers from the Philippines, Indonesia, and Thailand actively participated in the open forum held after the lecture.

Senior students from the College of Fisheries also attended the online discussion and were introduced into best practices in selective breeding of commercially important aquaculture species.

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