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Scientists at Bluu Biosciences are developing a method of growing cell-based fish, which could offer a sustainable alternative to fishing.
Monitoring Earth’s oceans will soon be attainable with the development of groundbreaking microsensor technologies from TechOceanS.
SeaNest is a unique habitat for cleaner fish, ensuring their safety and health as they work to protect our salmon from parasitic sea lice.
Courtney Knupp of the U.S. Soybean Export Council speaks to Innovation News Network about how U.S. Soy can breathe new life into the aquaculture industry, improve sustainability, and enable growth.
Shark denticles may provide a coral reef conservation effect, inferring that the species may significantly impact ecosystems.
Marineholmen RASLab CEO Mark Powell discusses their newly developed app-based tool for monitoring fish welfare in aquaculture.
In the world of fish welfare, Flatsetsund Engineering pioneer technology needed to eliminate sea lice and save the salmon industry.
Researchers at the University of Helsinki warn that a warming climate and intensifying land use are increasing mercury content in fish.
The development of an underwater robot has enhanced researchers’ knowledge of the immense mid-ocean region dubbed the "twilight zone."
The ASC discusses how it develops and manages industry standards to ensure responsible seafood with minimal social and environmental impacts.
With over 125 years’ experience in supporting the nation’s fisheries, NOAA Fisheries shares some of the work it is doing to ensure aquaculture has a positive impact on environmental, social, economic development.
Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have created a novel biomaterial made from aquaculture waste that could help in bone repair.
As our reliance on the fish farming industry grows, the Aquatic Life Institute discusses protecting the welfare of aquatic animals.
Dr Adam Hughes from SAMS discusses how aquaculture is evolving and the industry’s potential to contribute positively to the environment.
Dr Matt Frost discusses the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development and scientific evidence improving marine science policy.
By providing a platform for new innovations in aquaculture, the Global Aquaculture Challenge is helping to transform the food industry.
Daily net cleaning, inspection, big data, and analysis will fundamentally change fish farming. The future is closer than many might think.
Robert Roulston, CEO of Industrial Plankton, presents the company’s live feed equipment for efficient zooplankton and algae production.
Aquabio’s groundbreaking real-time production and planning tool aims to enhance efficiency and sustainability in aquaculture.
By collaborating with leading aquacultural organisations and academics, Optimeering Aqua is creating digital tools to improve fish health and enhance aquaculture production.