• 19 May 2022

    IFOP has a new Executive Director

    Today, May 19th, Mr. Gonzalo Pereira Puchy assumes as Executive Director. Lawyer from Universidad Catolica de Valparaíso, Universidad de Chile International Relations graduate. PUCV Master in Law. With extensive management positions experience, he has served as Head of National Fisheries Service Legal Department. Customs National Director, CPPS General Secretariat and Pacific Coastal Marine Action Plan.Executive


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  • 25 April 2022

    JICA-Chile representatives visit MACH project’s associated centers and laboratories.

    Algae Monitoring project in Chile (MACH) arises as a Chilean-Japanese collaboration, financed with Science and Technology for Sustainable Development Associative Research Program (SATREPS)resourcesfrom Japan’s Government, through its International Cooperation Agencies (JICA) and Science and Technology Agency (JST). Japan is represented by the Universities of Hiroshima, Kyoto and Okayama, as well as National Fisheries Science Research


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  • 19 May 2022

    IFOP Outstanding Biochemist Luis Norambuena accomplished an internship at Alfred Wegener Institute in Germany

    The visit was possible thanks to CORFO contributions in strengthening IFOP scientific capacities which are part of that institution performance agreement yearly signed with that institution. During April 18th and May 13th, Biochemist Luis Norambuena, semi-senior researcher at (CREAN) Harmful Algae Studies Center belonging to Fisheries Development Institute Aquaculture Research Division carried out an internship


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  • 23 May 2022

    (Español) Investigadora Catherine González de IFOP, dicta charla en colegio de Valparaíso

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  • 16 May 2022

    IFOP inaugurates an interactive scientific exhibition at Castro city

    The exhibition is focused on groups of elementary and middle school students during mornings and will be open to general public in the afternoons. Between May 16th and 20th, at CECREA center facilities wich are located at Lillo 160 Castro, you can visit the interactive exhibition, aimed at publicizing IFOP work carried out and bringing


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  • 23 May 2022

    (Español) IFOP participa en XLI Congreso de Ciencias del Mar

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  • 3 May 2022

    IFOP’s Abate Molina Scientific vessel, goes out to investigate common anchoveta and sardine between the Valparaíso and Los Lagos regions

    On May 2nd, from Valparaíso’s port, Abate Molina scientific vessel set sail to characterize and evaluate of anchoveta and common sardine resources stock present between the Regions of Valparaíso and Los Lagos, based on hydroacoustic methods, during maximum recruitment and in the immediate fall period . For 29 days, IFOP professionals and technicians will carry


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  • 11 May 2022

    Dr. Margarita González from IFOP exhibits at Sealice Conference

    This is the main sea lice research congress in the world Yesterday, May 10th, Dr. Margarita González presented two papers at the XIII version of sealice Conference 2022, which takes place in Törshavn, Faroe Islands, she explained “these are papers derived from IFOP’s permanent research program named Determination and Surveillance of Caligus rogercresseyi Resistance to


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