We are excited to announce that HatcheryMatch researchers at project partner University of Malta Bruno Costa, Jefferson de Oliveira Mallia, and Vasilis Valdramidis will be presenting a poster titled “Effect of Low Frequency Ultrasonic Cavitation, Ultraviolet, and their Combination on the Disinfection of Aquaculture Pathogen Aeromonas veronii” at the up coming International Congress on Engineering and Food in France.
The poster will detail some of the results achieved during the disinfection development of the project.
To learn more about the ultrasound disinfection device which was developed for an automated marine recirculating turbot hatchery, stop by the poster sessions!
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Project HatcheryMatch funded by the Malta Council for Science and Technology through the Sino-Malta Fund 2020 (Science and Technology Cooperation). An Automated Marine Fish Hatchery with Innovated Water Recirculation Technologies (HatcheryMatch, Grant No. 2020YFE0108700, also funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, China.
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