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▲ 2012 Post Innovation Research Presentation hosted by the FSI

   Yeosu is in the middle of the South Coast and the central axis of marine fisheries and aquiculture. As the city which held Expo 2012, Yeosu Korea, it is expected to be developed in the marine field with growing numbers of research institutes. For about 30 years, The Fisheries Science Institute (FSI) belonging to Chonnam National University (CNU) Yeosu Campus has operated education for undergraduate and graduate students, fishermen and other local residents.
   In 2012, 902 graduate students and 136 undergraduate students have had work experience in the institute, about 30 kilometers away from Yeosu campus. In addition, local residents can learn new technologies in fish farming and management through technical education programs and field trips with professors from Yeosu Campus and outside lecturers. Above the education for local residents, the FSI has run an Ocean Exploring Camp from 2000 to 2008 for a total of 363 local residents about the ocean field. Also, it has discharged about 700 million of fry and spat every year to preserve the environment of the local coast and develop its farming technology since 1998.
   The FSI has established academic interchange agreements with the Center for Marine Environmental Studies of Ehime University, Fisheries Laboratory of Kinki University in Japan and The Center of Excellence for the Ocean of National Taiwan Ocean University as well as domestic organizations. From November 18th to 19th, it participated in the 5th Joint Forum of Environmental Sciences held at The National Taiwan Ocean University with these exchange institutes.
   “Leading the local maritime-fisheries as the local university is the task of CNU and as well as FSI.” Kim Heung-yun (Professor, Dept. of Aqua-life Medicine), the director of FSI stressed that the institute will continuously carry forward the undertakings for the development of the local community.

By Son Hyun-jee, Student Editor

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