Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, the IPW committee has some funding available to support students to attend the 2017 International Pectinid Workshop.
Please use the form below to submit your application for support.
Once received and processed, your application will be reviewed and you will be contacted by email with a support decision.
Stay tuned via Facebook, twitter, or this website for any updates to the theme sessions and announcement of Plenary speakers.
Scalloper working — photo courtesy Emily F. Keiley, UMass Dartmouth
Scallopers lined up at port — photo courtesy Emily F. Keiley, UMass Dartmouth.
Nature's own water filters, giant Japanese scallops thrive on fish waste at an experimental farm off Canada's Vancouver Island. Photo credit Brian Skerry/National Geographic
Tagged aquacultured sea scallops — photo courtesy Emily F. Keiley, UMass Dartmouth.
Inshore scalloper Kestrel headed to fish the Yell Sound, Shetland, Scotland.