Video Proceedings

2nd North Carolina Marine Biotechnology & Seafood Symposium

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Sunday, October 9 •  Location: DoubleTree by Hilton Raleigh Durham Airport
1:00–5:30 PM Registration Magnolia Room
2:00–5:00 PM
Business Meeting AFTC and SST Executive Committee Members Oak Room
6:00–7:00 PM Opening Reception • Hors d’oeuvres & cash bar Magnolia Room
  WelcomeAlan Rebar, Vice-Chancellor, Office of Research, Innovation and Economic Development, NC State University
7:00–8:00 PM Plenary Session
Reimagine the Future: Sustainable and Safe Seafood
Magnolia Room
  Rodolphe Barrangou, NC State University
CRISPR techologies and applications

Discussion/Questions and Answers
Monday, October 10 • Location: NC Biotechnology Center
8:00–12:30 PM Registration Hamner Center
8:45–9:00 AM Welcome  
9:00–10:30 AM Session One: Global Seafood Supply Hamner Center
  Jack Bobo, Intrexon Corporation
"Can agriculture save the planet before it destroys it?"

James Morris, National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, NOAA
“Next generation aquaculture: Should we be growing it here, eating it here, and selling it there?”

Discussion/Questions and Answers
10:30 AM Break  
11:00–12:30 PM Session Two: Food Safety and Security Hamner Center
  Jon Bell, National Seafood Inspection Laboratory, NOAA
International trade date system, trade monitoring and species ID impacts

Lisa Weddig, National Fisheries Institute
FSMA is here: What is the real impact to the seafood industry?

Discussion/Questions and Answers
12:30–2:00 PM Lunch / Earl P. McFee Award Announcement
2:00–3:30 PM Session Three: Biotechnology and Aquaculture Hamner Center
  Ronald Stotish, Aquabounty Technologies
AquaAdvantage Salmon: Potential for sustainable salmon aquaculture

Glen Courtwright, EnviroFlight LLC
Foraging a new frontier in protein supply in aquaculture and food production

Discussion/Questions and Answers
3:30 PM Break  
4:00–6:00 PM Session Four: Full Resource Utilization Hamner Center
  Hordur Kristinsson, Matis Ltd.
Towards full resource utilization: The Icelandic Story

Katie Maloney, Novozymes Food and Beverage
Increasing value of fish co-products and waste with enzymes

Holly Petty, Matis Ltd.
Markets driving production of functional products from seafood by-products
Discussion/Questions and Answers
6:00 PM Closing, Announcements and Recognition of Sponsors Hamner Center
  David Green, NC State University