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October 8, 2004

Stirling University's Institute of Aquaculture this week celebrated 25 years of cooperation with the Bangladesh Agricultural University. The institute, backed by the UK Department of International Development, works to feed millions of poor people and to build a fish export industry. More than 100 Bangladeshis have studied on postgraduate courses with the institute, which has won cash from the Association of Commonwealth Universities for a distance-learning aquatic resource development masters.

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