New Horizons

  • Fish processing
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    Seafood growth will return

    2022-08-04T08:06:00Z

    The world is producing and consuming slightly less seafood, but the FAO maintains there will be upturns through to 2030

  • Salmon
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    When data triumphs over death

    2022-07-29T09:46:00Z

    A digital platform is helping salmon farmers in Norway make quick decisions and reduce mortality rates

  • Lab
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    Genetics – the new frontier

    2022-06-08T13:33:00Z

    Genetics in aquaculture and fisheries is offering new approaches to tackling key challenges 

  • Marshall
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    Maine’s aqua roadmap

    2022-06-01T09:47:00Z

    New 10-year plan for aquaculture shows how the industry will continue to support livelihoods and bolster the state’s blue economy

  • Umitron
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    Serving up AI-raised fish

    2022-04-20T13:29:00Z

    Japanese sushi chain Kura Sushi is installing smart fish feeders at its consignment sites for the sustainable farming of red seabream

  • Russian Salmon
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    RAS for Russia

    2022-02-14T08:25:00Z

    New production technologies offer real potential for the country’s aquaculture sector

  • An official visit to an oyster farm in Russia. Photo: Yaroslavl government
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    Black Sea oyster renaissance

    2021-11-25T09:55:00Z

    Ukraine, Russia, and Georgia harbour plans to expand oyster production in the Black Sea, eyeing not only domestic but also international markets

  • While tunas are the most common primary target species, the Sri Lankan fleet also targets Carangidae, billfish and sharks. Photo: Claire Collins
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    Driving factors behind decision-making

    2021-10-30T08:39:00Z

    A research team has found that collecting data directly from fishermen can significantly improve understanding of the social drivers that lie behind fishing behaviour. 

  • Europe's largest shrimp farm
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    Europe’s largest shrimp farm

    2021-08-04T07:15:00Z

    What is expected to become Europe’s largest shrimp farm, with a projected 500 tonne annual production, is under construction in Ukraine

  • Improved Genetic Material for Salmon Farming
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    Improved Genetic Material for Salmon Farming

    2021-08-02T14:20:00Z

    Benchmark Genetics Chile (BGCL) has successfully produced its first batch of locally produced ova known as SagaChile – a significant step in its improved genetic material

  • Where next for British shellfish?
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    Where next for British shellfish?

    2021-06-17T07:30:00Z

    COVID and Brexit created a perfect storm, but options are emerging for the sector

  • An increasingly attractive proposition
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    An increasingly attractive proposition

    2021-05-21T07:30:00Z

    Aquaculture is in the midst of a technological revolution, with investors identifying plenty of scope for further uptake and value creation

  • Skirting a bottleneck
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    Skirting a bottleneck

    2021-04-15T07:30:00Z

    Aquaculture needs to overcome the potential growth limiting issue of feed ingredient constraints if it’s to fulfil its long-term potential

  • Greener feed for Norwegian salmon
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    Greener feed for Norwegian salmon

    2021-04-14T07:30:00Z

    New research has found that using certified Europe soya in aquaculture feed could dramatically reduce CO2 emissions for the Norwegian salmon farming sector

  • Rearing salmon and lobster side-by-side?
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    Rearing salmon and lobsters side-by-side?

    2021-03-15T07:30:00Z

    Growing juvenile lobsters in salmon farms as part of an integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) system is showing promising signs, according to researchers at the University of Stirling

  • A green farming opportunity emerges from the blue
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    A green farming opportunity emerges

    2020-12-31T07:30:00Z

    Shifting attitudes and new tech have made Europe’s seaweed sector ripe for dramatic expansion

  • Growth opportunities in the Israeli desert
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    Growth opportunities in the Israeli desert

    2020-12-30T10:16:00Z

    In Israel, barramundi farming is thriving in an unlikely environment thanks to land-based aquaculture pioneer Aquatech Fisheries

  • A Sustainable Solution to Aquaculture?
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    A sustainable solution to aquaculture?

    2020-11-11T07:30:00Z

    The genes of the monkeyface prickleback could hold the secret to more sustainable aquaculture

  • Grasshoppers and crickets: protein for salmon
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    Grasshoppers and crickets – protein for salmon

    2020-08-27T07:30:00Z

    Based in Norway, Salmon Group and Metapod are trialling a new, locally produced feed for salmon made from grasshoppers and crickets

  • Reimagining fish
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    Reimagining fish

    2020-08-25T07:30:00Z

    Fisheries and aquaculture can lead the crucial overhaul of global food systems