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As Norwegian aquaculture continues to grow it is ever more important that we look at ways to minimise the environmental impact of seafood production
Researchers have developed a novel compound solution – based on the odours released by predator insects – to repel herbivorous insects and protect crops.
A group of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has discovered a key process through which dangerous crop-killing bacteria can infect plants.
Scientists at Bluu Biosciences are developing a method of growing cell-based fish, which could offer a sustainable alternative to fishing.
Researchers from Flinders University are investigating organic nitrogen fertiliser to return nitrogen to soil without the need for chemicals.
Researchers have created a bioplastic comprised of nanofibrillated cellulose and mango leaf in an effort to improve food preservation.
The One Health Initiative’s Dr Bruce Kaplan calls for a worldwide fully-fledged institutional implementation of the One Health approach as envisioned and embraced by many realistic visionary advocates.
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.
Researchers at KAUST have developed microneedles in several plant-friendly polymers that could enhance sustainable farming.
Researchers at the University of Helsinki warn that a warming climate and intensifying land use are increasing mercury content in fish.
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.
Research conducted as part of the URBAN GreenUP project indicates that pollinators play a significant part in enhancing city sustainability and mitigating the impacts of climate change.
Dr Thomas W Gray, from the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Co-operative Programs, explains why multi-stakeholder co-operatives may be able to bequeath more democratic organisational models and organisations to future generations that can help address sustainability questions and dilemmas.
Understanding the intra-cellular bacteria of healthy plants is opening new fields of research to improve future plant health and propagation efforts.
Scientists at University of Illinois have identified solutions that could lead to technological advancements in precision crop irrigation.
Grass crops can bend the rules of evolution by borrowing genes from their neighbours – in a process called lateral gene transfer – giving them a competitive advantage.
Researchers investigate the interactions between Mediterranean and Atlantic seabirds and aquaculture and fisheries.
Researchers have found that growing more legumes could be a more nutritious and sustainable food production approach for European agriculture.
With almost 40 years of experience with using UV technology in aquaculture, VGE makes aquaculture more sustainable.
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.