Lindsay Laird Award
The Prague (2012) winner Jiri Kristan along with Mr Nigel Balmforth (Wiley/Blackwell) and Marieke Reuver (AQUATT project officer).
In 2008, AquaTT and Aqualex Multimedia Consortium (AMC) Ltd established an award in honour of Dr. Lindsay Laird for the most innovative poster (in English) submitted by a student.
The poster concerns research in any one of the following areas:
Environmental Impacts in aquaculture
Hatcheries / early life history
Publishers Wiley/Blackwell also gave their support to this initiative and every year have added to the value of the award by donating a selection of aquaculture publications chosen by the winner.
For winners after 2013 check here
University of Aberdeen, Scotland
“Proteomic Investigation on the Effect of Prebiotic Dietary Supplements on the Skin Mucus of Atlantic Salmon Salmo salar”
University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
"The alcalase enzyme treatment for elimination of egg stickiness in pikeperch Sandar lucioperca L."
Carolina de Haro
University of Almeria, Spain
“Nutritive Adaptation in Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) to Tenebrio mollitor Meal as Protein Source Diet: Effect in Fish Growth and Performance”
Instituto de Investigação das Pescas e do Mar (IPIMAR), Portugal
“Optimisation of stocking density and feed formulation in semi- intensive production systems: How it can minimise the environmental impacts of earth pond aquaculture”
Wageningen University, the Netherlands
“Effects of Dissolved Carbon Dioxide on Energy Metabolism and Stress Response in European Seabass Dicentrarchus Labrax”
University of Hamburg, Germany
“Inhibitory effects of plastics and nitrate on nitrification in aquacultural biofilters”