On the day that Aquaculture Businesses: a practical guide to economics and marketing, is published, Dr Carole Engle, one the world’s preeminent authorities on the economics of aquaculture, explains the motivation behind her new book.
A new online course on antimicrobial stewardship in the food chain aims to educate the livestock industry – including the aquaculture sector – on how to implement a more responsible approach to using antibiotics.
Professor Selina Stead, who was appointed director of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture at the beginning of March, discusses why it’s a great time to be involved in aquaculture – regardless of your gender.
Seeing the opportunities in commercial fish farming, investors and government representatives from Sierra Leone have been learning about best practice from friends and colleagues in Ghana – and are ready to transform the sector at home.
Following the publication of the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee’s report on salmon farming, Dr Suzi Billing explains why Scotland’s salmon sector – and EU aquaculture in general – must work to improve its social licence if it is…