ScaleAQ Software and BiOceanOr signed a cooperation agreement to join forces toward leveraging water quality forecasts to improve fish welfare and growth.
The vaccine is currently in the validation stage to prevent SRS and other diseases.
The project follows the installation of the first true RAS hatchery in Iceland.
Kingfish Maine operations manager, Megan Sorby, is initiating a new land-based RAS project to grow red drum.
The company plans another harvest of Dutch yellowtail from Maine.
It is the first sturgeon breeding farm with a focus on caviar production to receive BAP certification.
The unit will help ensure the security of the egg supply and improve fish survival.
Profunda aims to supply biosecure salmon eggs all year round to customers across the globe.
The new contract aims to provide 320,000 smolts to a ”major” aquaculture player.
The company has received the approval to increase the annual production capacity of its hatchery in Cervo, Spain to six million turbot juveniles and 10 million sole juveniles.
The hatchery plans to produce up to 30 million high-quality fingerlings of seabream, seabass and meagre.
Spanish researchers from the IEO bred Atlantic bluefin tuna in a land-based facility for the first time.
Computer simulations are key to bringing aquaculture into line with genetic advances being made in land-based agriculture, according to a University of Queensland researcher.
Trout producer SanLei is the only BAP-certified farm and hatchery in all of Africa.
The discovery of genes showing signatures of recent domestication could inform the production of farmed Nile tilapia.
The Asian Development Bank and Australis signed a $15 million convertible note to promote ocean-based barramundi and seaweed aquaculture in Vietnam.
The facility uses less than 5% of the water of traditional systems and allows the company to grow its salmon to a larger size on land.
The strain has been developed by Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute and Kenya Agriculture Livestock Institute.
A study in spotted rose snapper determined that blastomere morphology assessment is the best parameter to select high-quality embryos in this species.
Researchers suggest that SNPs can be used as biomarkers for the selection of resistant families and support the family selection tools currently used.