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Measuring fish welfare online 25-11-05

A new technology, called SmartTag, has been developed for SEAFOODplus with the purpose of monitoring fish welfare in the farming environment

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The advanced COMET method successfully applied by SEAFOODplus researchers 21-11-05

The first, encouraging results have been obtained showing how DNA damage can be monitored in human biopsy samples. Read more about how the new method can be used in studying health benefits in intervention studies

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Which information sources do consumers trust and how do consumers perceive the term traceability? 11-11-05

New research results tell which information consumers request and which sources of information they trust. Further, the studies explain how traceability is perceived in five European countries.

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Consumer study wins prestigious award 03-11-05

At the Open SEAFOODplus Conference in Granville professor Wim Verbeke from Ghent University won the prestigious award for the best presentation

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Successful SEAFOODplus Conference in France 28-10-05

The second open SEAFOODplus Conference was held in Granville 5 October 2005 attracting an audience of 150 people; many from the seafood industry. New results on healthy products, consumers, aquaculture and traceability was presented

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