Nutreco Feed Tech Challenge 2018

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MARK | 3 months ago | in Nutreco Feed Tech Challenge 2018


Describe the problem your company wishes to solve and how your product or service will solve it


Describe other business assistance that you are seeking from Nutreco

Are you available to participate in the final event in the Netherlands 28, 29, and 30 May? All expenses will be covered by Nutreco


Describe how the prize - a validation trial in our facilities - could boost the development of your business


If you already have a website for your business, please share the URL

edited on May 2, 2018 by MARK

teresa debesa 3 months ago

The idea has been progressed to the next milestone.

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teresa debesa 3 months ago

Gracias por participar Marco! ¿Podrías traducir también el título de tu idea? Probablemente conseguirías más votos!

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Chris van Bussel 3 months ago

Hi Marco. Thanks for your contribution. I agree that more knowledge on nutrient requirement of marine fish larvae is essential. Especially the ratios of different essential fatty acids. That is why after a lot of nutrient requirement studies for example Skretting GEMMA Micro or GEMMA diamond is formulated with a high percentage of soluble hydrolysed marine proteins, HUFAs, phospholipids and microalgae. I am sorry if I missed your idea, but what exactly is your innovative product/idea? Regards Chris

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MARK 2 months ago

The idea is to create a machine that allows the fish to be scanned and be able to determine in real time, what is its lipid profile, since as you know, the fish change their requirement as they grow and therefore, the manufacture of diets They will be very adjusted to every requirement of the animal. Thanks Chris

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Saravanan Subramanian 2 months ago

Hi Marco, Can you elaborate on the principle by which you want to determine lipid profile of fish? Is it invasive or non-invasive technique?


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MARK 2 months ago

Hi Saravanan, this is for nothing invasive.

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