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Marine Institute’s Mayo facility part of major salmon research project

June 26, 2020
A NEW state-of-the-art freshwater Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) at the Marine Institute’s Newport research facility is being utilized as a part of a major research project that addresses the needs of Ireland’s aquaculture sector. Written by: news staff / The...
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Perceptions of Marine Aquaculture: How can we take back the narrative? upcoming Webinar

June 26, 2020
On July 10, 2020 starting at 1:00 PM Central time, the United States Aquaculture Society along with the National Aquaculture Association and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will present a webinar on perceptions of aquaculture.   To register, please click on: https://tinyurl.com/Aquaculture-PerceptionsResponsible aquaculture from marine and freshwater sources will...
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Corbion Expands Algae Business With Strategic Appointment

June 26, 2020
New leadership and team members will accelerate the adoption of AlgaPrime™ DHA, the leading algae omega-3 feed ingredient, in established and new markets. Information source: Corbion / News release As a result of the growing demand for sustainable, algae-fed seafood, Corbion,...
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World Sustainability Organization Signs MoU with Institution of Aquaculture Singapore for Promotion of Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture

June 26, 2020
The goal of this new agreement is to work collaboratively toward responsible aquaculture development in Singapore. Information source: Friend of the sea press release The World Sustainability Organization has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Institution of Aquaculture...
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Digital tools for aquaculture: insights from AquaIMPACT

June 26, 2020
In aquaculture, as in other sectors of animal farming, improving the efficiency through genetics and nutrition has been very effective to improve sustainability. These two focus areas of AquaIMPACT lead to the recording of many measurements on many fish, at...
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Skretting presents AquaCare: safeguarding our planet’s most precious resource

June 23, 2020
In certain regions, aquaculture producers face a growing challenge in terms of access to safe, clean water. As a key part of its ongoing commitment to improving the sustainability of the industry, Skretting has extended its scope beyond the supply...
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Innovations in the quest for sustainable seafood

June 23, 2020
According to the World Wildlife Federation1, two-thirds of the world’s fish stocks are either fished at their limit or over fished. The United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has estimated that 70 percent of the fish population is fully...
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Scottish Government: new scheme to help aquaculture sector preserve stock

June 23, 2020
Aquaculture businesses affected by the collapse of international markets due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic can apply to cover the costs of maintaining unsold stock through a new £1.25 million fund. Information source: Scottish government / press release The scheme,...
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Most Atlantic Canadians support aquaculture: a recent poll

June 22, 2020
Atlantic salmon is a healthy and natural local food, and the poll found widespread agreement that salmon farming is a reliable and sustainable source of protein Written by: SeaWestNews.com A new poll has found 81 percent of Atlantic Canadians support...
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