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05 November 2015
Alaskan Trout Cchoose Early Retirement, Reveals New Research
US - After making an exhausting migration from river to ocean and back to river - often multiple years in a row - one species of Alaskan trout decides to call it...
04 November 2015
Looking to Expand or Change Your Aquaculture Business?
US - The National Aquaculture Association (NAA) is hosting two one-hour webinars designed especially for aquaculture producers looking to expand or diversify their...
Electric Eel: Most Remarkable Predator in Animal Kingdom
US - The electric eel may be one of the most remarkable predators in the entire animal kingdom. That is the conclusion of Kenneth Catania, Stevenson Professor of...
02 November 2015
Warming Waters Contributed to New England Cod Decline
US - A new report shows that warming waters complicates fisheries management plans and contributed to the collapse of the New England's cod fishery....
29 October 2015
Grow Shrimp Faster and Bigger on Sea Urchin Droppings Diet
US - Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham appear to have found a better way to grow shrimp that is also less expensive, and the new process could...
27 October 2015
Researchers Use Ocean Heat Content to Reveals Fish Migration Secrets
US - Researchers at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science developed a new method to estimate fish movements using ocean...
22 October 2015
Approved Aquaculture Drugs Guide Published for US Fish Farmers
US - US fish farmers can now make use of a new quick reference guide which provides information on all approved drugs for aquaculture....
16 October 2015
Fish Vet Group to Host Free Zebrafish Conference
US - Fish Vet Group, in partnership with Skretting, Cryogenetics, Aquaneering and Boston Children’s Hospital is hosting a daylong event examining the lessons learnt...
13 October 2015
Fish Schools Use Two 'Gears' to Conserve Energy
US - Schools of fish and flocks of birds could use two "gears" - one slow and another fast - in ways that conserve energy, a team of New York University researchers...
17 September 2015
Researchers Find Major Gaps in Understanding Risks, Benefits of Fish Consumption
US - Fish tissue is rarely measured for concentrations of both harmful contaminants and healthful nutrients across a range of species and geographic regions, say...
26 August 2015
Sharp-Shooting Archerfish Prefer Close Targets
US - Archerfish are able to shoot jets of water at both near and far prey items, but the amount of force used is equal, according to new research from Wake Forest...
24 August 2015
Fish Genitalia Evolve in Response to Predators, Interbreeding
US - Female fish in the Bahamas have developed ways of showing males that "No means no", according to the latest research from North Carolina State University....
17 August 2015
Lake Michigan Perch Recover Quicker Than Expected
US - Over-fished yellow perch in Lake Michigan have recovered much quicker - by hundreds of years - in reaching reproductive maturity at a later age and larger size...
12 August 2015
Boxfish Shell Research Inspires New Materials
US - The boxfish's unique armour draws its strength from hexagon-shaped scales and the connections between them, engineers at the University of California, San Diego,...
11 August 2015
Pathogen Grows on Cold Smoked Salmon in Different Way to in Lab
US - The pathogen Listeria monocytogenes grows on refrigerated smoked salmon by way of different metabolic pathways from those it uses when growing on laboratory...
06 August 2015
New Study Exposes Negative Effects of Climate Change on Antarctic Fish
US - Elevated levels of carbon dioxide and an increase in ocean water temperature has a significant impact on survival and development of the Antarctic dragonfish,...
05 August 2015
Researchers Investigate Oyster Pathogens Harming Aquaculture Production
US - Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences researchers have been awarded a $394,694 grant to investigate pathogens that cause disease in oysters. Pathogens represent...
27 July 2015
National Fish & Seafood Reaffirms Its Commitment to Sustainability
US - National Fish & Seafood, a US-based division of Pacific Andes Group, is strengthening its focus on sustainability, aquaculture best-practices and leadership...
Algae Has Bright Future in Animal Feeds
US - Scientists investigating the use of algal byproducts for feed have found that a novel algae meal derived from heterotrophic microalgae makes a suitable feed...
21 July 2015
Shrimp Exoskeleton Could Inspire New Armour
US - New research from Purdue University is revealing details about how the exoskeleton of a certain type of deep-sea shrimp allows the animal to survive scalding...
13 July 2015
Alaska Fish Factor: Big Alaska Marine Debris Cleanup Begins
US - Kodiak volunteers were scrambling with front end loaders and dump trucks to ready 200,000 pounds of super sacks for the first pick up of a massive marine debris...
02 July 2015
Scientists Find Large Numbers of Young Scallops Off Delaware Bay
US - NOAA researchers and colleagues from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have reported what appears to be a fantastic year for young sea scallops...
04 June 2015
Pentair Opens Aquaculture Center of Excellence
US - - Mindful that fish farming has the potential to help meet an expanding population’s need for protein in a world with increasing water constraints, Pentair...
05 May 2015
Alaska Fish Factor: New Research Blames Too Many Pinks for Slow Sockeye Growth
US - Alaskan salmon producers are not buying the presumption that growing numbers of pinks are eating too much food in the ocean, causing sockeye salmon to grow...
16 April 2015
More than Meets the Eye when Diagnosing Animal Health Problems
US - Every day, veterinarians and producers use diagnostic tests as a tool to maintain animal health. ...
01 April 2015
Research Shows Striped Marlins' Favourite Places
US - Researchers have used satellite tagging to track the movements of marlins, revealing their preferred habitats....
31 March 2015
Fish a Mile Deep are Facing Health Impacts from Human Pollution
US - Deep-water marine fish living on the continental slopes at depths from 2,000 feet to one mile have liver pathologies, tumors and other health problems that...
12 March 2015
Fish Vet Group Expands Technical Offering into Zebrafish Research Industry
US - Fish Vet Group (FVG) the world’s largest provider of aquaculture veterinary and diagnostic services is expanding its US offering into the Zebrafish research...
New Research Reveals Dead Zone Impacts on West Coast Groundfish
US - Scientists from NOAA Fisheries' Northwest Fisheries Science Center and Oregon State have begun to examine the impact of low-oxygen "dead zones" off the Oregon...
11 March 2015
Female Killifish Are Picky When it Comes to Partners
US - A new study offers insight into a process that could lead one species to diverge into two. The study found that female killifish that avoid mating with males...
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