The Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Research Hub (ARC ITRH) for Advanced Prawn Breeding is a consortium involving researchers and industry from James Cook University, CSIRO, Australian Genome Research Facility, University of Sydney and Seafarms Group.
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Australia’s specialist international agricultural research for development agency, their purpose is to broker and fund research partnerships between Australian scientists and their counterparts in developing countries. Includes aquaculture.
FTI provides sound scientific knowledge and expertise for sustainable development of the fisheries sector.
The Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute was established by Government of India in 1947 under the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare and later joined the ICAR family in 1967. During the course of over 65 years the Institute has emerged as aone of the leading tropical marine fisheries research institutes in the world.
The ARC is active in research, education and services related to larviculture of fish and shellfish species of aquaculture interest
The aim of the MRRI is to identify suitable species, develop culture methods, and provide advisory services for the state's growing shrimp, mollusc, and fish mariculture industries.
The Mote Marine & Freshwater Aquaculture Program research is directed toward developing spawning, larval, fingerling and growout culture methods for marine or freshwater species, and also toward designing and testing filtration technologies for sustainable recirculating systems.
NRIA conducts basic research on various aspect of aquaculture and cultivation fisheries, including improvement of breeding and seed production technology.
Nofima carries out research and development for the fisheries, aquaculture and food industries. Main areas of research include breeding, genetics, nutrition and feed.
The Food Protein R&D Center (FPRDC) is an engineering process development, innovation, and training center, focused on adding value to diverse biological materials. Part of the Texas A&M University System through the Texas Engineering Experiment Station.
Research and courses in aquaculture including fish health. The aquaculture research group focuses on processes influencing fish growth, reproduction, recruitment and their interactions with other organisms and the ambient environment.
An international research and post-graduate training center which is the largest of its kind in the world focusing on four main areas of research: genetics & reproduction, nutrition, sustainable aquaculture, and health & welfare.
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