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is aquaculture really a sustainable answer?

It is an often quoted fact that we know more about the moon than the ocean. We have been working the land in one way or another for over 10,000 years, however, while we have fished for as long, our experience of farming fish is much more recent. 669 more words

Indian shrimp prices increasing fast on tight supply

As Reported by Neil Ramsden, Undercurrent News

Strong demand from China and Vietnam, plus modest harvesting by Indian farmers, is driving the price of warmwater shrimp up rapidly, two suppliers told… 425 more words


“BioMar, Ewos and Skretting and all the big feed companies are waiting for somebody to come up with a solution, but they should be there supporting new developments proactively” - ProChaete CEO

ProChaete CEO Odd Geir Oddsen (the former CEO of Pan Fish Scotland) went on record last week as saying that major fish feed producers (“such as BioMar, Ewos and Skretting”) need to start actively investing in companies developing alternative proteins to fishmeal. 189 more words


Keeping mussels alive: the science

Video is an amazing tool to disseminate complex experiment design and results. In this case I used video to explain a commercial scale experiment trial that was run in a mussel processing facility in Sweden. 83 more words


Mussels Alive: the project

I have been using video to disseminate research results and also to publicize research projects.

Below you can find a video that I created to disseminate the MusselsAlive Project. 65 more words


Meet the slimiest thing on the internet of things: SK Telecom’s connected eel farm

That unagi you scarf down at your local sushi restaurant may soon have a link to the internet of things. SK Telecom is working with eel farmers in its native South Korea to develop a system of wirelessly connected water sensors that can be monitored and managed from a smartphone. 354 more words

NFDB simplifies procedures for giving subsidies.

NFDB simplifies procedures for giving subsidies. Instead of 42 forms, now only have to fill one form – The Hindu http://t.co/mqiI28gikq

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