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  • Fishery scientists want to help pluck coastal families from sea of poverty 

    (The Visayas Examiner, February 6, 2004, on page 12-11)
    Felix Ayson and Susana Siar, scientists at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC), in Tigbauan, won by competing with groups that came up with more than 1,000 entries in the recently concluded First ...
  • Want to know about shrimp, tilapia, bangus? Here is Aquatext 

    (The Visayas Examiner, July 10, 2004, on page 2)
    The Southeast Asian Fisheries Aquaculture Department has recently launched its Text Info project where information of almost all aquaculture species raised are available through mobile phones. Through text of Shor Messaging ...
  • SEAFDEC inks agreement with Cavite university for fish health training 

    (The Visayas Examiner, February 27, 2004, on page 5)
    The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) signed a memorandum of agreement with the Cavite State University - Naic Campus (CVSU-NC) to train the CVSU-NC is now ongoing. Weeny ...
  • Aquaculture info thru SMS 

    Yap, W. G. (The Visayas Examiner, August 6, 2004, on page 8)
    The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center recently launched its Aquatext, a dedicated Short Messaging System (SMS), or popularly known as text, through the Access Number: 700AQD (700273). The service is now available ...
  • Seafdec researcher is top young marine scientist 

    (The Visayas Examiner, July 24, 2004, on page 2)
    SEAFDEC AQD scientist Wenresti Gallardo Ph. D., 40, was recipients of the 2004 Young Scinetist Award for Marine Science by the National Academy of Science and Technology. Dr. Gallardo is extremely pleased about his nomination ...

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