A film crew of Euronews made video recordings at the Aquatic Research Facility (ARF) of the Animal Sciences Group. Researchers Ep Eding and Johan Schrama were interviewed, too. Euronews is working on a mini-documentary on the EU-project AQUAEXCEL (Aquaculture infrastructures for excellence in European fish research).
This documentary, produced in cooperation with European Commission DG Research and DG CONNECT, will be aired for a whole week (20 times) in the award-winning programme Futuris, on European science, research and innovation. The documentary will be 4 minutes long and it will be broadcast in May/June 2014 in thirteen diferent languages. Euronews broadcasts in 155 countries. The Netherlands is not one of them, but in May or June the episode will also become available on the Euronews website.
For this episode of Futuris, recordings are also made at the facilities of INRA-PEIMA (France), one of the partners of the AQUAEXCEL project.