• 00Days
  • 00Hours
  • 00Minutes
  • 00Seconds


Seaweeds (marine macroalgae) are autotrophic organisms capable of producing many compounds of interest. For a long time, seaweeds have been seen as a great nutritional resource, primarily in Asian countries to later gain importance in Europe and South America, as well as in North America and Australia. It has been reported that edible seaweeds are rich in proteins, lipids and dietary fibers. Seaweeds are seen as important future feedstock for Europe, providing biomass for food, feed, and other applications. Seaweeds can contribute to a circular food system a protein transition and bio-based economy. The seaweed sector must avoid developing along the “old” economy’s way of cost leadership but develop along the way of the “new” circular economy.

Concept programme

Program available soon.

Chair: Anicia Hurtado

  • Consultant at Integrated Services for the Development of Aquaculture and Fisheries, Region VI – Western Visayas, Philippines. 
  • Integrated Services for the Development of Aquaculture and Fisheries (Sep 2004 – Present)
  • Founding Vice-Chair; Conducted R&D on Seaweed Tissue Culture and did Developmental Projects on Seaweed Aquaculture

€ 300 regular
€ 235 for EABA members
50% increase for tickets booked within the last 10 days.

We also offer packages for EABA members and NON-Members

No VAT is charged. Payment per credit card or Ideal. Invoice provided.

When you need an invoice to make a bank transfer, fill out all details in the registration form and send a mail to info@algaeworkshops.org. The invoice can be prepared by the organisers. Please note: all payments have to be made before the start of the webinar.

Click on the button below to register. You’ll be redirected to the registration page https://www.aanmelder.nl/124293. This page will open in a new window

Anicia Hurtado (EABA VIP Fellow, Philippines).

Check out our other events

contact us

Email us at info@algaeworkshops.org, or fill in the form below.