Algobank-Caen is the microalgal culture collection of the University of Caen Basse-Normandie, France. Algobank-Caen provides monospecific microalgal strains for research, education and industry. Simple or multi-criteria searches can be conducted in the catalogue of strains. The collection consists of 471 strains of marine, brackish water and freshwater microalgae.
The International Artemia Aquaculture Consortium is a network of scientists and institutions that would collaborate in exploring opportunities, such as the conservation of Artemia biodiversity, development of science-based protocols for sustainable harvesting of wild sources, strain selection and selective breeding, and more.
Australia’s specialist international agricultural research for development agency, their purpose is to broker and fund research partnerships between Australian scientists and their counterparts in developing countries. Includes aquaculture.
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) proceedings of Asia–Pacific tropical sea cucumber aquaculture - an international symposium held in Noumea, New Caledonia, 15–17 February 2011.
ACIAR has provided significant, long-term research investment into tropical sea cucumber aquaculture in the Asia–Pacific region. Work has included large-scale hatchery culture of sandfish (a species of sea cucumber), techniques for releasing cultured juveniles into the wild, and sea ranching and pond culture.
Twenty papers, 16 reporting ACIAR project research, were presented in four theme sessions: sustainable lobster aquaculture; improving lobster nursery culture; lobster grow-out culture systems; and lobster grow-out feeds and feeding practices...Read More.
Capitalising on the previous larvi symposia (in ’91, ’95, ’01, ‘05), the Aquaculture R&D Consortium of Ghent University, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and the new COST action LARVANET” joined together to organize larvi’09, the 5th Fish and Shellfish Larviculture Symposium.