• 24 March 2021

    IFOP researcher exhibits at the Chilean Navy citizen training program

    It is an unprecedented school project that seeks to deliver educational content to young people, in a playful and fun way, with the aim of contributing to their training as citizens of our country. Between March 15th and 19th, Chilean Navy jointly with e-Chile Digital, carried out the first citizen training program aimed at teachers

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  • 1 April 2021

    Abate Molina Scientific Vessel sets sail to research horse mackerel between Arica and Valparaíso

    On March 31rst, Abate Molina IFOP’s scientific vessel, set sail from Valparaíso’s port, to research horse mackerel between Arica Parinacota and Valparaíso regions. The staff is made up of professionals and technicians from Fisheries Development Institute. Abate’s ship captain is Enrique Quiero and fishing engineer José Córdova is the cruise head The general objective of

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  • 29 March 2021

    Andrés Couve Minister of Sciences participates in “Challenge of harmful algal blooms in the Aysén region” discussion

    On March 19th, in SERNAPESCA Aysén meeting room, Andrés Couve Science, Technology Knowledge and Innovation Minister, participated in “Challenge of harmful algal blooms in the Aysén region” discussion. Regional authorities and Fisheries Development Institute researchers were present at the Activity. Dr. Alejandra Lafon, IFOP Aysén base chief, referred to the visit and discussion as “a

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  • 22 March 2021

    Successful Fisheries and Aquaculture Climate Change Workshop

    Among its participants, FAO authorities, Eve Crowley, Fisheries and Aquaculture Undersecretariat, Alicia Gallardo, Environment Undersecretariat, from IFOP Javier Naranjo and Dr. Jaime Letelier On March 18th, a successful and interesting schedule was carried out, within the framework of the Project that the Fisheries and Aquaculture Undersecretariat and Environment’s Ministry have been executing since 2017, called:

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  • 26 March 2021

    IFOP pays tribute to Aysén fisherwomen

    Following Women’s Day celebration, Fisheries Development Institute (IFOP) jointly with INDESPA and Aysén Region Fisheries Zonal Directorate, recognized coastal artisanal fisherwomen, through a photographic exhibition of some women from Puerto Raúl Marín Balmaceda, Puerto Puyuhuapi, Puerto Cisnes, Puerto Aysén and Pilcomayo. The exhibition was held on March 17th, on I. Municipality of Puerto Aysén second

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  • 23 March 2021

    Dr. María Isabel Toledo takes over as Head of IFOP Board of directors

    Recognized Researcher, Fisheries Engineer from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (PUCV), she obtained her Master’s Degree from Oregon University, USA, with a specialty in Fisheries and Wildlife. She has a Uiversidad de Chile PhD in Aquaculture. She is one of the first six women Fisheries Engineers in the country. In her work as Researcher

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