Mara Seaweed secures £600,000 funding

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Seaweed is considered a sustainable high-nutrition food source with a host of health benefits and they also have a positive impact on the atmosphere,...

Conference set to tackle gill health issues

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By Editors - 22nd October 2021 The International Gill Health Conference, postponed from April 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, will be taking place next...

Israel Corp takes bigger holding in AKVA group

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By Vince McDonagh - 22nd October 2021 Investment company Israel Corp has increased its stake in the AKVA Group, the Norwegian aquaculture services and equipment...

Wave energy project could power feed barges

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By Editors - 22nd October 2021 Feed barges at marine fish farms may be running on wave power in the near future, if a project...

Solar-powered oyster farm sets sail

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The launch was overseen by staff from Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) and Solar Oysters, who have developed a platform that uses solar power to...

A LONG ROAD AHEAD

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Some of the post-Brexit problems faced by UK seafood exporters have been fixed but there is still plenty to be done, reports Sandy Neil It’s...

Why aquatic food production should be prioritised

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So said , the 2021 World Food Prize Laureate, who recently called for CGIAR to harness the unmatched potential for aquatic foods in sustainable...

Recycling waste from the world’s largest closed-containment salmon farm

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The farm aims to be completely emission-free, and is designed so that all the waste can be captured, separated in treatment plants on the...

SSF hopes ‘home-grown’ eggs will mean healthier fish

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Scottish Sea Farms is set to take delivery of the first batch of salmon eggs grown from selected stock from its own marine farms. The...

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