The deadline for abstract submission, originally scheduled for September 1, has been extended to October 1. World Aquaculture Singapore 2022 will take place at the Singapore EXPO Convention and Exhibition Center and Max Atria from November 29 to December 2, 2022. The event is expected to welcome over a thousand participants from the Asian Pacific Region and around the world. The organization encourages guests and customers who have already registered for the exhibition to invite their team members and customers to attend the conference and exhibition with no limit on the number of live participants.
On the first day of the event, during the plenary session, Matthias Halwart from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) will present an overview of aquaculture’s roles in food security. Following that, Grace Fu, Singapore’s Minister for Sustainability and the Environment, keynote speaker, will open the conference and trade show.
To enter Singapore, participants may check the ICA SafeTravel microsite for any travel-related policies and COVID-19 entry requirements to ensure a smooth journey. An exciting program will be offered at WA Singapore 2022 for participants to learn more about Singapore’s aquaculture. Key highlights include the Singapore Pavilion showcasing its aquaculture industry’s innovation and advancement which encompasses major local aquaculture farms, Institutes of Higher Learning, startups, and the Marine Aquaculture Center (Singapore Food Agency’s aquaculture R&D facility). Participants are also able to gain invaluable first-hand experience through visiting various local farms and research centers in Singapore.
Those residing or living in Asian Pacific countries have a special discounted registration rate for the full conference at WA Singapore 2022. Students must be full-time college or university students and should provide a copy of their student ID upon request. To register at this rate, visit www.was.org and choose “WA Singapore 2022” on the webpage and fill in the registration form.