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All new SeaDrone Inspector 2.0 launched

SeaDrone Inc. Introduces Inspector 2.0 Doubling down on aquaculture inspection San Francisco Bay area based robotics startup, SeaDrone Inc., announces the launch of Inspector 2.0, the latest innovation in underwater robotics, this summer. Inspector 1.0 was launched at TechCrunch Disrupt 2016 and was the first sub – 6 kg underwater vehicle capable of tackling 1.5…

Sea the possibilities: to fight climate change, put seaweed in the mix

The next stage of humanity’s fight to reduce greenhouse emissions may revolve around seaweed, according to tonight’s episode of ABC’s Catalyst, presented by Professor Tim Flannery, which asks the question “can seaweed save the world?” With the help of me and colleagues around the world, the documentary explores seaweed’s enormous potential to reduce greenhouse gases…

Can We Feed The World With Farmed Fish?

For years, scientists and activists have sounded the alarm that humans’ appetite for seafood is outpacing what fishermen can sustainably catch. But new research suggests there is space on the open ocean for farming essentially all the seafood humans can eat. A team of scientists led by Rebecca Gentry, of the University of California, Santa…

Record-breaking Aqua Nor!

Aqua Nor 2017 closed its doors after four fantastic days. The final count showed that no less than 27 110 visitors had found their way to the exhibition. This represents an increase of over 30% compared to Aqua Nor 2015. “A strong professional programme, excellent stands, professional stand personnel all round the exhibition and a…

Aqua Nor 2017 & Norwegian Aquaculture Tours

Novi, Michigan, USA — The Aquaculture Communications Group, LLC, (ACG) is planning a multinational group tour to see the largest cold-water aquaculture industry event in the world – Aqua Nor 2017 – in Trondheim, Norway. Then visit aquaculture industry leaders and research institutes, tour their facilities, and discuss the future of modern cold-water aquaculture, in the country where…

Salmon lice dominated 2016 fish health challenges in Norway

Updated figures indicate that more salmon die because of changing treatments against salmon lice. Increased resistance against pharmaceuticals lead more and more farmers to choose none pharmaceutical treatments. This is much harder on the fish. It is estimated that 20 percent, or one of every five salmon released into the ocean, is lost. The Norwegian…

Salmon, blue mussel, eider, and eel die from the same vitamin deficiency

Deficiency of vitamin B1 (thiamine) in wildlife is previously known as a problem among certain species within relatively limited geographical areas. Now, researchers at Stockholm University, together with several other research institutions in Europe and North America, show that the thiamine deficiency is far more widespread than previously realized. The results are published today in…

Fisheries of the US 2015 numbers released

As October, the Seafood month, comes to an end, NOAA Fisheries is released its Fisheries of the United States, 2015 report today. The report is giving a profile of the US´ fishing and seafood by the numbers.  According to this latest report, in addition to strong landings and economic values for US fishermen, the numbers reflect a jump…

Norwegian electronics firm rescues Marine Harvest halibut operation

Norwegian electronics firm Tec Con Holding has announced it is buying Marine Harvest’s halibut operation, Sterling White Halibut. The move ensures production of the fish continues out of Norwegian counties Rogaland and Trongdelag, the halibut firm said in a press release. “Sterling White Halibut has for years made a superior product. We look forward to…

Why aquaculture could be a big opportunity for investors

With a growing number of mouths to feed, we must find a way to produce more food with a limited amount of agricultural resources. What’s the answer? Aquaculture. At least it’s one of the answers. Aquaculture, also known as fish farming or aquafarming, is the practice of farming aquatic organisms such as fish, shellfish, and…

NOAA Fisheries releases its 2016-2020 Marine Aquaculture Strategic Plan

The Plan will guide efforts within NOAA Fisheries to support development of sustainable marine aquaculture from 2016-2020.  The Plan features four main goals: regulatory efficiency, science tools for sustainable management, technology development and transfer, and an informed public. Cross-cutting strategies of the plan include strengthening partnerships, improving external communications, building infrastructure to support marine aquaculture, and sound…