Having surpassed all objectives in lab-scale trials and commercial prototypes, Billund Aquaculture and Aquapurna are preparing for large-scale production in Germany.
With approvals received for Mowi Scotland’s broodstock and egg facility at Ardessie, the first eggs have now been collected from specially selected Mowi broodstock.
A filter that removes carbon dioxide from holding tanks experienced a "structural collapse".
Over the past eight years, the center has created a wealth of knowledge that is now available through a collection of free fact sheets.
The company is focused on transferring best practices in shrimp farming, developing shrimp breeds, using probiotics and biofloc, and improving aquafeed production.
FEAP and IIRR are calling to prioritize collaboration, innovation, education, and advocacy to chart a course toward a future where aquaculture meets the growing demand and sustainable practices.
The company acquired 83.5% of Galaxidi Marine Farm, one of the largest Greek aquaculture companies.
A novel chemical-free approach to treating aquaculture waste could see co-products returned to the sector to fuel the growth of polychaetes and seaweed.
Research shows that it is possible to breed for a lower frequency of early sexual maturation, and reduce the risk of spawning in net pens.
Salmon farming operations in Tasmania's Macquarie Harbour could be temporarily halted, amid a push to protect the endangered Maugean skate.
The company selected Nofitech to build the new RAS hatchery with an annual production capacity of around 6.5 million smolt of 500g.
Researchers from Kindai University aim to improve glass eels (juveniles) mass production that can be used as seedlings for aquaculture.
Project financing from Equilibrium coupled with equity infusion led by Butterfly and a leading U.S. public pension fund will turbocharge Pacifico’s striped bass production.
Leveraging a grant from the Israel Innovation Authority, Colors Farm, Evogene and Ben-Gurion University aim to improve crustacean traits.
Lucky Fish is one of Europe’s largest vertically integrated seabass and seabream production and processing companies.
According to new research co-authored by an expert at the University of Stirling, the aquaculture sector needs more effective governance to be sustainable.
The business support initiative offers cyber security workshops and one-to-one consultations to SMEs and startups with an interest in adopting IoT technologies.
The fund invested in UK-based WellFish Tech which developed aquaculture-diagnostics using blood biomarkers and AI to determine the health status of fish.
The project aims to develop a device that will act as a point-of-care diagnostic test for diseases in fisheries and aquaculture.
The team is developing low-cost, highly sensitive, field-deployable tests that can detect tiny quantities of viruses and other pathogens in less than one hour.