Breeding is ‘the single-most powerful tool impacting people, animals, planet and profits’
At the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual GOAL conference, held last month in Dublin, Ireland, we introduced a series of PechaKucha presentations about the future of aquaculture (6 minutes and 40 seconds each). We’ll feature all seven presentations here on the Advocate, starting with Neil Manchester’s rapid-fire view of how genetics are improving breeding techniques for aquaculture.
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