Nearly thirty scientists of the highest level, Breton specialists in marine sciences and in algae, representatives of research labs, of CNRS Roscoff, of the University of Western Brittany, of the University of Southern Brittany, of the INRA and of the regional SMEs presented the richness and the potential of algae, especially green algae, to provide solutions to the world issues of nutrition and health, particularly of animals and plants.
With the help of this impressive line-up of experts, 400 specialists in animal nutrition and breeding coming from 24 countries, discovered the future uses of these algae (green algae), available in a variety of products intended for tomorrow’s breeding, aquaculture and agriculture.
This symposium was organized under the high patronage of Mr. Kobenan Kouassi Adjoumani, Minister of Animal and Halieutic Ressources of Côte d’Ivoire. It is at the invitation of Mr. Hervé Balusson, chairman and managing director of OLMIX, that the Minister of Côte d’Ivoire, accompanied by a delegation of scientists, came in parallel with SPACE to discover the expertise and the breeding techniques in Brittany, in order to develop effective industries in his country.
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