The COVID-19 pandemic has changed seafood in mostly positive ways, according to a retail survey commissioned by the Global Seafood Alliance.
Donald Lightner, pre-eminent shrimp pathology researcher and longtime head of the University of Arizona Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory, has died.
To both restore waterways and meet a growing demand for the so-called “foie gras” of the sea, researchers are stepping up efforts to restore green sea urchins.
During the pandemic, several U.S. shellfish farmers have found much-needed relief through community supported aquaculture programs, or CSAs.
Seaspiracy, a new Netflix documentary-style film, depicts the fishing and aquaculture in an ugly fashion but the industry response is swift.
Lead author of a Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future study examines how seafood businesses and related institutions are responding to the pandemic.
Evaluating production performance and behavior of juvenile pikeperch with other fish species in RAS monoculture and polyculture.
Eight months into the pandemic, the gloom and doom has lightened and there’s hope in the air for the Pacific Northwest shellfish sector.
Mussels are subject to an ongoing debate about whether certification should be in the realm of fisheries or aquaculture. Take a deep dive into the matter.