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Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries - Department of Agriculture - is responsible for developing and implementing the Government policy concerning Agriculture and Rural Development. To this end, it is in charge of the following assignments, taking into account the attributions of the other government departments: Define and implement the agricultural fitting out Government Policy; Examine and develop an intervention strategy to improve and restructure the organization of the agricultural sector; Take the main arrangements to rationalize the use of water resources for irrigation; Develop an
Ege University is a public university in İzmir, Turkey. It was founded in 1955 with the faculties of Medicine and Agriculture. It is the first university to start courses in İzmir and the fourth oldest university in Turkey. Ege University commonly ranks close to the top among research universities in Turkey. Ege University in Bornova, a district of Izmir, the third largest city in Turkey.
India has vast and varied types of inland fisheries resources in the form of rivers, estuaries, reservoirs, floodplain wetlands, lakes, coastal lagoons and backwaters, which play important roles in fish production in the country, ensuring food and nutritional security, employment generation and livelihoods to millions of people. Recognizing the role of inland fisheries, Government of India established a Central Inland Fisheries Research Station at Calcutta on 17 March 1947, under the then Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
The National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources (NBFGR) was established in December 1983 in a rented premises at Allahabad under the aegis of Indian Council of Agricultural Research to undertake research related to the conservation of fish germplasm resources of the country. The Bureau’s permanent infrastructure was developed at Canal Ring Road, Telibagh, Lucknow, U.P in 1999 comprising an administrative block, laboratories, farm and residential complex covering an area of 52 acres.
Coldwater fisheries has a great potential in generating rural income and providing food security to the economically underprivileged population residing in Indian uplands. To utilize the available resources and opportunities in the coldwater fisheries sector the involvement of Indian Council of Agricultural Research in this sector started during late sixties which, subsequently culminated in the creation of National Research Center on Coldwater Fisheries as an independent Research Center on 24 September 1987 during the VII Five Year Plan.
The FishBase Information and Research Group, Inc. (FIN) is an nongovernmental organization established in the Philippines to support the availability of comprehensive information systems with key data on all aquatic organisms of the world, easily accessible and free of charge to the public. FIN was created and is supported by the FishBase Consortium, a group of nine international institutes and organizations. The research and resources of FIN and FishBase provide important data to research scientists, fisheries managers, zoologists and others in scientific and policy sectors.
SAMS is governed by an independent non-executive Governing Council, led by the Chair, supported by a number of sub-committees. Our commercial subsidiary company SAMS Research Services Limited is governed by its own Board. Governing Council members are the non-executive directors of the company and trustees of the charity.
Ultimate legal responsibility for SAMS' operations rests with the Governing Council. The Governing Council appoints the Director and delegates the running of SAMS to the Director and the executive team.
The Marine Biological Association (MBA) is one of the world’s longest-running societies dedicated to promoting research into our oceans and the life they support. Since 1884 we have been providing a unified, clear, independent voice on behalf of the marine biological community and currently have a growing membership in over 40 countries. We also run a leading marine biological research laboratory where many eminent scientists - including 7 Nobel prize winners - have carried out their research.
Founded in 1881, the Oceanographic Observatory, known as the "Arago Laboratory" is an ideal place to study marine biology and oceanography in Languedoc-Roussillon. Located on a rocky coast and close to the Spanish border, the area contains an exceptional diversity of biotopes, fauna and flora in marine and terrestrial habitats.
L’Association Nationale des Industries Alimentaires (ANIA) rassemble 19 fédérations nationales sectorielles et 20 associations régionales. L’ANIA est l’interlocuteur privilégié des pouvoirs publics, des administrations et des médias sur les sujets liés à l’alimentation.
L’ANIA est présidée depuis 2013 par Jean-Philippe GIRARD, Président de l’entreprise Eurogerm. Un Conseil d’Administration, composé de 47 dirigeants du monde de l’industrie alimentaire et de groupes agroalimentaires, a pour objectif de fixer les orientations stratégiques de l’ANIA.