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QRILL Aqua team to present latest research on krill meal’s impact at ISFNF 2024

Blog overview

The International Symposium on Fish Nutrition and Feeding (ISFNF) is right around the corner, and Aker BioMarine’s QRILL Aqua experts will be there, from 27-31 May 2024, at the Puerto Vallarta International Convention Center.

The aim of ISFNF is to bring together industry experts to advance the science of nutrition and feeding of aquatic animals. Through collaboration and sharing, ISFNF is designed to boost innovation in the world’s growing aquaculture industry – presenting new opportunities in the blue-green economy. The event is also focused on the topic of sustainable aquafeeds to meet challenges of global food security and support expansion of aquaculture industry.


“For us in Aker BioMarine’s QRILL Aqua team, ISFNF represents an important forum to present new research, share information, and spark new ideas and thinking to benefit the growing aquaculture industry. We are eager to engage with experts from across the industry and talk about topics such as sustainability, improving performance, uncovering efficiencies, and overall, driving more success in aquaculture,” says Marcelo Oyarzún Roa, Technical Sales Manager (Chile and Ecuador), Aker BioMarine


Presenting the latest research on the krill effect in aquaculture

Two of Aker BioMarine’s leading aquaculture scientists will be onsite at ISFNF, where they will present some of the company’s latest research collaborations.


Dr. Lena Burri, Director R&D Animal Nutrition and Health, will explore aquaculture sustainability at a poster session where she will showcase Aker BioMarine’s eco-friendly harvesting and production methods. Lena will also present findings from a recent study that revealed the positive effects that krill had on growth performance in EHP-challenged Whiteleg shrimp.


Dr. Kiranpreet Kaur, Director R&D Fish Health and Nutrition, will share results from a recent study that addressed the skin mucosal health and sea lice challenges in the salmon industry. She will talk about how krill meal as a dietary intervention can enhance skin mucosal health and reduce sea lice infestation in Atlantic salmon smolts. Kiranpreet will also present a poster session on a recent study that suggests the positive effects of krill meal on the reproductive performance of Nile tilapia.

>>Listen in to Dr. Kiranpreet Kaur’s presentation on Tuesday, 28 May at 12:40 p.m. at ISFNF.


Meet us at ISFNF!

The QRILL Aqua team at ISFNF is eager to engage with other participants from across the aquaculture industry. Reach out if you want to schedule a meeting or have a quick chat to hear more about some of our favorite topics – everything from sustainability to nutrition to how we can together solve key challenges in the aquaculture industry.


Want to catch up on your reading before ISFNF? Below is our science booklet with research on krill in shrimp diets.

Download benefits for shrimp farming