Redox AS and Anolytech partnered to develop new solutions for the optimization of water quality and hygiene for the aquaculture and fishery industries.
The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute has been selected for the 2023 NewTechAqua Award Challenge for a system for mortality monitoring.
The service will provide near real-time updates and predictive forecasting once fully operational.
ISO 56002 is a recognition of the company’s endeavor on being an innovative organization.
The companies partnered to combine feed and vaccines to protect trout from Lactococcus garvieae infection.
Researchers conducted trials in larvae and juveniles to study the effects of varying levels of minerals, vitamin D and vitamin K on growth and skeletal health.
The new controversial salmon tax proposed by the Norwegian government is one of the reasons why Norwegian companies are looking into international markets.
The building permit was upheld by Jonesport’s Board of Appeals and the finance authority of Maine approves the loan insurance request for project preparation.
BioFishency succeeded in decomposing MIB and geosmin in recirculated aquaculture systems by an electro-chemical water treatment system.
Global animal health company renews co-funding with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to advance the health and productivity of fish producers in countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Michigan State University is trying to reduce rainbow trout losses in U.S. hatcheries caused by the yellow-pigmented bacterium, Flavobacterium psychrophilum.
The welfare topic includes a tentative indicator to address shrimp eyestalk ablation.
BluGen will apply super-intensive farming technology to its RAS infrastructure that improves fish welfare even at high fish density.
Land-based fish farm developer Pure Salmon signed an agreement with Saudi Arabia to establish a salmon farming project in the country.
The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance calls for an immediate re-examination and reversal of this decision.
Smøgenlax has become a co-owner of Smart Salmon Holding France that plans an 8,000-tonne salmon farm in France.
The company imported the first genetic lines into Colombia from GenoMar's breeding center in the Philippines and plans to deliver the first fingerlings in the third quarter of 2023.
The hatchery will produce fingerlings of seabream, seabass and meagre with a production capacity of 10 million fingerlings per year.
The move was made due to regulatory restrictions on Russian business in Norway, which could lead to liquidation risks.
The company has partnered with Graintec to supply a feeding solution for the grow-out section.