The first experimental batch of a vaccine that should help Colombia’s tilapia farmers combat the new serotype strain of Streptococcus agalactiae that has recently been reported in the region arrived in the country last week.
Access to a growing array of recent and emerging technologies offers hope for breeding shrimp which are either faster growing or more resistant to specific diseases, but the performance of improved lines in pond production may often fall short of expectations.…
eFishery is the first aquaculture startup to reach a valuation of over $1 billion. This should open the floodgates for meaningful investment in the industry, according to Amy Novogratz – co-founder and managing partner of Aqua-Spark*.
New research from Denmark suggests that Daphnia magna - a species of water flea - may have potential to reduce eutrophication in recirculating aquaculture systems, while also providing a suitable feed source for fish larvae.
Seafood production has become a globalised industry and many countries have seafood industries that are being buoyed by overseas migrant workers – hard-working people who left their home countries, and often their entire families, to seek their fortunes abroad…
Ten years after returning to Vietnam, Loc Tran, founder and CEO of ShrimpVet, is looking for ways to help farmers adopt more progressive and efficient practices in order to survive the current downturn in shrimp prices.
Croatia has emerged as a major player in the tuna ranching industry, and it is also looking to further develop closed cycle culture of Adriatic bluefin tuna, following its success at breeding them in captivity.
Francisca Samsing Pedrals – who has worked in the salmon sector in Chile, Australia and Norway – is relishing her new role at vet school in Sydney, where she wants to make more people aware of the opportunities offered in global aquaculture.