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The Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Affairs Universitas Airlangga is one of the state-owned legal institutions (PTN-BH) Universitas Airlangga. The real action in realizing the status of PTN-BH is to revitalize and efficiency the university’s supporting units, including the laboratory contained in the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Affairs (FPKUNAIR).The FPK-UNAIR laboratory consists of three main laboratories, namely the Microbiology and Fish Health laboratory, the Wet Laboratory, and the Chemistry Laboratory. Although the competence of the laboratory has been known to contribute in terms of research and sample analysis in general, it still needs to be improved in its management so that it can improve the performance of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Affairs, in accordance with the vision and mission of FPK to gain recognition nationally and globally.

Formally, a service unit has been established to provide a better commitment and to improve the role and function of the laboratory towards a more strategic, integrated, collaborative, and contributive direction based on fisheries and marine science. Service units In the future, it will focus more on training, analysis
samples, and research according to the field of science.

Vision:
“To be an integrated service unit known nationally and internationally in the field of research, training, and sample analysis that is beneficial to society in accordance with religious morals”

Mission:

  1. Planning and providing research and development services related to the field of fisheries and marine sciences
  2. Researching, compiling and carrying out new or updated research in the field of fisheries and marine related to the implementation of science and technology
  3. Facilitate the testing of samples related to the field of environment and fisheries and marine biota
  4. Develop testing, certification and calibration services, and facilitate research development