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03 July 2015
RAS Specific “Farm Killers”- Which Ones Do You Fear?
US - Recirculating aquaculture farms have been built for a number of farming applications with varying degrees of success. Some applications have a track record...
30 June 2015
Spotlight on Seaweed Product Potential at Conference
FRANCE - The aim to discover the Seaweed Product Potential with Seaweed extract and seaweed as whole product is set for Seagriculture 2015, the international platform...
EU Funds Agro Floats for Better Ocean Data
EU - The European Commission has awarded a grant of almost €4 million to the European research infrastructure for observing the oceans. ...
26 June 2015
Australia Enforces Mandatory E-monitoring for Selected Fisheries
AUSTRALIA - From 1 July 2015 electronic monitoring (e-monitoring) will be mandatory for all boats in the Eastern and Western Tuna and Billfish (ETBF and WTBF) fisheries...
Free Trials for New Marine Technologies
UK - Small to medium sized enterprises and marine technology research institutions can now apply for access to ocean observatories for research, or to test their...
23 June 2015
Kerala Launches New Aquaponics Project
INDIA - The Kerala State Fisheries Department has drawn up plans to use an aquaponics system with tilapia to help the newly-launched efforts to produce safe-to-eat...
22 June 2015
Hi-Tech Tracking Tags Expand Aquatic Animal Research Opportunities
GLOBAL - Advances in acoustic and satellite technologies are allowing researchers to track animals large and small across great distances, even in challenging ocean...
19 June 2015
Scientists Find New Ways of Identifying Fish Age, Population Location
AUSTRALIA - Australian fisheries scientists have recently completed a world-first research project that will help to rapidly estimate the age of fish....
18 June 2015
Experts Campaign to Reduce Damage from Lost Fishing Gear
SPAIN - Experts from the University of Barcelona have started a campaign to reduce the impact of lost fishing gear on the environment....
Fish Ear Stone Chemistry Relationship with Environment Revealed
UK - Scientists at the University of Southampton have found a way to pry into the private lives of fish - by looking in their ears....
17 June 2015
Researchers Work to Reduce Risk from Algae Blooms
CANADA - University of Alberta scientists are working to mitigate the risks of toxic algae blooms using advanced flow cytometry, a technique they developed and have...
16 June 2015
Online 'Vessel Check' Tool Helps Prevent Invasive Marine Pests
AUSTRALIA - A new online risk assessment tool will help the fishing, shipping and boating industry protect Western Australia’s marine environment from invasive...
15 June 2015
Alaska Fish Factor: Setnetting May Soon be Banned in Parts of Alaska
US - A one handed clap best describes the reaction to the 43,000 signature drop off by anti-salmon setnet advocates at the Division of Elections last week. It means...
12 June 2015
Indonesia Develops Tuna Harvest Strategies
INDONESIA - Indonesia has embarked on an ambitious program to develop harvest strategies for its tropical tuna fisheries in archipelagic waters, to ensure that these...
11 June 2015
Research Begins on Closed-Containment Systems for Atlantic Salmon
NORWAY - Eight year research by four Norwegian research institutions into developing closed-containment systems for Atlantic Salmon has now begun at a newly opened...
09 June 2015
Jamaica Sourcing More Drones to Combat Illegal Fishing
JAMAICA - Jamaica's Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries will be acquiring additional Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly called drones, as the Government...
08 June 2015
Seashells Inspire Drug, Vaccine Development
AUSTRALIA - Mimicking nature, Australian scientists have developed a protective seashell-inspired capsule to preserve the active biological ingredients needed to...
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...
03 June 2015
Halamid® Shown to be Less Corrosive
FRANCE - Corrosion is a significant problem with aggressive disinfectants, in particular acidic Peroxygen - Persulfate types. Users find that prolonged use of peroxygen-based...
02 June 2015
Complete Rainbow Trout Genome Now Available to Aquaculture Researchers, Breeders
ISRAEL - New research from NRGene, in cooperation with scientists from the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and the University...
01 June 2015
New Project to Develop Selective Breeding of Shellfish, Finfish
EUROPE - A new €9 million EU H2020 project named EMBRIC (European Marine Biological Research Infrastructure Cluster) has been launched today (1 June). The project...
Odisha Turns to Gambusia Fish Farming for Fighting Malaria
INDIA - With a bid to fight malaria carrying mosquitoes, Odisha’s Sambalpur district authorities of District Headquarters Hospital (DHH) have revived the farming...
20 May 2015
Clingfish Suction Provides Inspiration for New Technology
US - The northern clingfish's distinctive suction mechanisms have been unveiled in a new study from the University of Washington, which could help design new sticky...
15 May 2015
Ardtoe Reports First Spawning of Captive Reared Lumpsuckers
SCOTLAND, UK - Stocks of hatchery reared lumpsuckers have produced their first batches of viable eggs at the FAI Ardtoe Marine Research Facility in Scotland. This...
14 May 2015
Seafish Updates Fishing Methods Publication
UK - The UK fishing industry authority Seafish has updated its popular Basic Fishing Methods publication, which is a free guide to commercial fishing methods used...
Fish Produce Sunscreen Chemical With Potential for Human Use
US - Zebrafish can produce their own sunscreen chemicals that protect against UV rays, researchers from Oregon State University have discovered....
Gulf of Maine Algal Blooms Extent Predicted Similar to Last Three Years
US - New England's spring and summer harmful algal blooms will be similar in extent to those of the past three years, according to the 2015 Gulf of Maine seasonal...
12 May 2015
Weekly Overview: Spanish Aquaculture Sector Reports Growth in Production
ANALYSIS - In this week's news, after years of stagnation, the Spanish aquaculture sector is reporting growth again....
11 May 2015
MPEDA’s Maharashtra Crab Farming Project a Success
INDIA - The Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA)’s crab farming pilot project in Sindhudurg district, Maharashtra state, has been a successful,...
Light Helps Regulate Salmon Smolt Transformation
NORWAY - For decades, scientists have wondered what regulates changes in salmon when they transform from being freshwater to saltwater fish, and now researchers...
 
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