TAPAS project and its first results will be presented at Aquaculture Europe 2017 in Dubrovnik, Croatia at the Valamar President Hotel next week. Lynne Falconer will introduce TAPAS to the public on Wednesday at the “EU Forum” session at 15:10 in room Olipa 4. The first results of the Central Mediterranean TAPAS case study research will be presented on Thursday by Tamás Bardócz at 15:10 at the “Integrated Multitrophic Aquaculture” session in room Olipa 4, while some results of the requirement analysis Work Package will be presented by Frank Kane also on Thursday at 16:30 at “Governance, Policy and Planning” session in room Ruda. Newsletters, flyers and any other information about the TAPAS project will be available in the trade show area at the AquaBioTech booth 61-62. Aquaculture Europe is one of the most important event for the sector, organized by the European Aquaculture Society. The yearly event focuses on the major issues of Aquaculture. The three days program will start on the 17th of October with more than 400 presentations under the title of “Cooperation for Growth”.