Entries for the video competition have now closed.

Calling all student delegates to dive deep into your work and share your vision for the world’s fisheries in video form.

Capture the audience of the World Fisheries Congress hook, line and sinker with your creativity and production aesthetics in a 3-minute showcase of your research area.

Entrants will be in the mix to grab themselves a $2,000 AUD prize (sponsored by the Harry Butler Institute, Murdoch University).

The Australian Society for Fish Biology (ASFB) is also offering an additional $1,000 AUD to the top ranked entry submitted by and (ASFB) student member. To be in the hunt for this additional prize pool, sign up for an ASFB student registration.

Once uploaded, videos will available for all delegates to view. An independent judging panel selected by the World Fisheries Congress 2021 (WFC2021) Education and Training Committee.

Judging criteria:

  • novelty and aesthetic appeal of the production
  • effective communication of the research content
  • significance of the research
  • must include reference to the WFC2021 student video competition

Entries close 6 August 2021. The winner/s will be announced on the final day of WFC2021.

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Entries for the video competition have now closed.