Data science for disease control

The company’s work started with the issue of disease and how problems spread in the ocean for farmers, said Manolin CEO and founder Tony Chen

Diseases such as pasteurellosis and infectious salmon anaemia (ISA) wreak havoc on fish health and highlight the need for continuous research on health and disease. In the meantime, farmers want a secure, reliable way to share information with one another and ample time to evade disease.

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