LIVE BLOG: Offshore Mariculture Conference

World Fishing & Aquaculture reports live from OMC 2016 World Fishing & Aquaculture reports live from OMC 2016

World Fishing & Aquaculture magazine reports live from OMC 2016, providing up-to-the-minute multimedia coverage of all the presentations and debates from Barcelona, Spain on 6-7 April.

This blog will provide readers with access to highlights of the presentations at this years' Offshore Mariculture Conference, which include insights into cutting-edge technological advances and discussion of the latest challenges facing fish farmers and producers.

Whether you are at the conference or reading at home, we want you to be involved. Find us on Twitter using handle @OM_Conference and tag us in your tweets, or use #MaricultureConference. We welcome your comments and photos, and if you have a question for any of our speakers, the World Fishing & Aquaculture Editor, Carly Wills, will do her best to get them answered, posting the response here on the blog.

We hope you enjoy our live coverage of the Offshore Mariculture Conference 2016.

LATEST PRESS RELEASES

The Australian Fisheries Management Authority chooses Trackwell VMS

The Icelandic tech company Trackwell recently won an open tender to provide Vessel Monitoring System... Read more

Wet weather gear for fishing – three things to consider before buying

Good quality wet weather gear is a must-have for any fishing professional. But finding the best gea... Read more

Introducing the 662 heavy duty wet weather gear flotation bib and pants from Stormline

Good quality wet weather gear is essential when your job involves exposure to the elements, but if y... Read more

Offshore Mariculture Asia highlights the need for sustainable growth

Future generations will need to produce more with less. Read more

Offshore Mariculture Asia 2018 programme announced

Actions for investment and financing opportunities together with the day to day practicalities of ru... Read more

Winners of the 2018 Icelandic Fisheries Bursary Awards announced

Lilja Alfreðsdóttir, the Minister of Education, Science and Culture in Iceland announced the winners... Read more

View all