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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.
Dr Matthias Halwart, Senior Aquaculture Officer at the Food and Agriculture Organization, discusses the aquaculture industry's challenges.
Liftup AS explains how its innovative systems are being used to remove waste from fish farms safely and efficiently.
Octaform's high-quality fish tanks are durable, easy to install, and promote a clean and safe environment for your valuable inventory.
KSK Aqua develops innovative biological filters to ensure optimal water purification. Here they share how these clever solutions work.
Researchers investigate the interactions between Mediterranean and Atlantic seabirds and aquaculture and fisheries.
CerMedia LLC has created MarinePure®, biofilter media that aims to increase yields and system capacity for aquaculture farmers worldwide.
Ingmar Høgøy discusses the impacts of AlgaePro AS’s new technology designed to cultivate microalgae for the aquaculture sector.
Wayne Murphy, co-founder of HATCH, spoke to Innovation News Network’s Georgina Ryan about the company’s plans to launch the first global innovation studio targeted to women in the aquaculture industry.
With almost 40 years of experience with using UV technology in aquaculture, VGE makes aquaculture more sustainable.
The European Research Area is funding a new international project, named DigiRAS, to address the challenges of land-based aquaculture systems and promote their wider use.
Marineholmen RASLab CEO, Mark Powell, explains the basis behind recirculating aquaculture systems technology, which in recent years, has been an area of significant focus in the aquaculture industry.
Knut Fjellheim and Morten Aarvik of Telenor Maritime in Norway, share their progress in the digitalisation of the maritime industry.
According to an analysis of small-scale fisheries, small-scale fisheries could help the food industry increase its climate resilience.
Early exposure to conditions like warmer waters and low oxygen could impact oysters’ ability to grow meaty tissue on their shells.
An EU-funded project has developed a new method for estimating the biomass of farmed fish kept in net pens.
Lars Georg Backer, CEO of Flatsetsund Engineering AS, outlines how its sustainable delousing solution is both cost effective and environmentally friendly.
Daniit A/S has now developed an aquaculture feeding system that can handle fish feed pellets without crushing them.
The UN has published a report outlining six ways that the fishery and aquaculture industry can accelerate seafood sustainability.