TUST Asian Regional Artemia Reference Center (ARARC) and the National Maritime Museum of China is to launch a research-based learning program for teenagers.
Liu Jie, director of the Project Department of the National Maritime Museum, said: "we prioritize the research-based learning program for teenagers, and now we are happy to develop a program with the ARARC, TUST."
ARARC was jointly built by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization in 2016 and has become a major bridge for artemia-related R&D and information exchange in Asia.
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