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Research projects

Poultry and Pig Low-input and Organic production systems’ Welfare

These are developed, tested, validated and disseminated.Research approachThe project partners choose a multi-actor participation approach. First, the barriers and expectations for progress in the field of animal welfare are mapped out by all interested parties. New strategies are then developed.

Research projects

Blue-green strategies for climate change adaptation

The TURQUOISE team plays a key role in the necessary processes of co-creation, participation and collaboration between governments and sectors. Knowledge sharing, exchange of experiences around measures and mechanisms arise. Authorities, civil society and companies form a network.

Events

ERA-NET SUSAN Research Project Seminar

We would very much appreciate your active participation in both events. Registered participants will receive the final programme and a link to access the meeting by Monday 16th November 2020. Find out more

Events

Symposium on Marine Carbon Sequestration

Participation to the symposium is free but registration before May 4th is mandatory. For more information feel free to contact embrc@ugent.be.Programme 9:15 Welcome. Noémie Wouters, CEO Bluebridge 9:20 Introduction. Ann Vanreusel, Director EMBRC-BE 9:30 Opening keynoteOcean-based climate action with a focus on negative emissions measures.

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Validation of commercial screening tests at ILVO: current list

Participation in (national) ring trials is also normally included in the validation. Our main focus has been on the validation of tests for the detection of antibiotics in milk; however validation studies in other matrices (meat, honey, fish, etc.), as well as of other compounds (aflatoxins, colorants, etc.) have been performed.

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Food-related analyses

Participation in ring trials allows participants to evaluate aspects such as precision, repeatability, and reproducibility, as well as the correctness of their results. In addition, participants get insight into the stability of their analytical results over time by identifying trends.

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Food-related analyses

Participation in ring trials allows participants to evaluate aspects such as precision, repeatability, and reproducibility, as well as the correctness of their results. In addition, participants get insight into the stability of their analytical results over time by identifying trends.

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