Visitas: 905The University of St. Andrews in Scotland is now offering full scholarships under their Masters of Science in Sustainable Aquaculture. Written by: Ken Vincent Rosales / Englishforums.com A course in sustainable Aquaculture With the COVID-19 global pandemic haunting all sectors of the industry, the University of Saint Andrews is […]
Visitas: 633Thriving fisheries and aquaculture sectors are crucial aspects of sustainable development, food security and public health policy Written by: Laura Rose / Global Aquaculture Alliance blog The directive to eat more seafood is no longer coming solely from fishmongers and nutritionists – it is being voiced by the climate […]
Visitas: 961The Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative (GSSI) and IDH, the Sustainable Trade Initiative, recently launched Seafood MAP – a new market and investment program, supported by leading seafood companies, to accelerate sustainable seafood worldwide. Information source: Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative press release Seafood MAP – Measuring and Accelerating Performance of […]
Visitas: 753As fish production in northern waters nears full capacity, S’pore looks to the south to boost supply Written by: Audrey Tan / Science and environment correspondent for Straitstimes.com Photography credit: Alphonsus Chern The fish-rearing capacity of the narrow body of water to Singapore’s north, where almost all the nation’s […]
Visitas: 914Flower Ezekiel Msuya (PhD), a Tanzanian scientist who has, for more than 20 years, struggled to promote seaweed farming and its allied products. Written by: Emmanuel Rubagumya / All Africa.com She is a marine biologist working as a researcher at the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM). Over the […]
Visitas: 903Few people probably are aware that amebocytes from horseshoe crabs are indispensable for modern medicine. They are the only known source of Limulus Amebocyte Lysate (LAL), a reagent extraordinarily sensitive to the liposaccharide toxins produced by Gram-negative bacteria, which are responsible for 80% of cases of life-threatening sepsis in […]
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