Early warning system detects toxic algae

A Scottish consortium has developed an early warning system that helps detect toxic algae build-up Photo: OTAQ

A Scottish consortium is taking a significant step towards the development of an early-warning detection system for potentially dangerous plankton and algae which could help the aquaculture industry tackle one of the biggest challenges to fish health and wellbeing.

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