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DSM in Animal Nutrition & Health

AquaVision 2016 announces the DSM Innovation Award

Stavanger, NO, 28 Apr 2016 09:00 CEST

AquaVision and DSM Nutritional Products (DSM) are delighted to confirm the ‘DSM Innovation Award’ in aquaculture will again be presented at AquaVision 2016. This special award honours transformative innovation within the aquaculture industry.
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The winner of the DSM Innovation Award will be announced on day two of AquaVision (15 June 2016). The recipient will also receive a prize of €10,000.

The ‘DSM Innovation Award’ in aquaculture was created to reflect the role of AquaVision as a global forum in promoting innovation in aquaculture as well as DSM’s unique history and dedication in providing industry leading micro-nutrient innovations to aquaculture worldwide.

DSM and AquaVision now invite companies, individuals, organisations, institutions and government agencies world-wide to apply for the AquaVision 2016 DSM Innovation Award. Eligible innovations should be in the area of aquaculture and break with convention, going beyond marginal improvements in existing products and services. An application period for the DSM Innovation Award is open until 27th May 2016. Applications submitted for the award will be reviewed by a jury of specialists.

An Application Form and related application details can be accessed here or alternatively the application form can be requested by sending an e-mail. Applications are due by 27th May 2016.

DSM is proud to play a significant role in global aquaculture and while having supported the industry for many years, continues to encourage and explore new innovations to the benefit of this fast growing food sector. DSM is pleased to recognize and support transformative innovation in aquaculture and will be awarding the ‘DSM Innovation Award’ at AquaVision 2016.

The AquaVision 2016 conference, organized by Skretting and its parent company Nutreco since 1996, has established itself as an important meeting place for more than 400 participants from over 40 countries.