Fisheries center renews call for students to do research; use labs, services
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Recognizing the importance of science and research for the country’s future food security, an international research center is encouraging students to pursue research in aquaculture while opening the doors of its laboratory facilities. Based in Tigbauan, Iloilo, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD) said high school, college, and graduate student researchers may avail of its analytical services and are welcome to observe in the laboratory as their samples are tested by professionals. “We recognize that there are many brilliant minds in local schools and colleges, but their facilities may limit the potential of students to conduct their scientific research, which is why we are again inviting them to check our laboratory services,” said SEAFDEC/AQD chief Dan Baliao.
Ledesma, R. H. (2020, June 13-14). Fisheries center renews call for students to do research; use labs, services. Panay News, pp. 13, 11.
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