There are lessons to be learned for aquaculture amid the coronavirus pandemic that's impacting life and business at every level. We explore a few perspectives.
A group of NGOs and businesses is developing tools and interfaces aimed at helping farmers reduce disease outbreaks both individually and at the area level.
A new generation of technology, portable PCR, offers potential for affordable, immediate, pondside diagnosis in easy-to-use handheld kits. But will it live up to the hype?
Gaskiya Diagnostics’ paper-based diagnostic test kits could allow fish farmers to test for disease-causing pathogens before they impact the entire stock.
Arun Dhar, Ph.D. will attempt to fill the “big shoes” of Dr. Donald Lightner at the University of Arizona’s Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory, where the shrimp disease EMS was diagnosed.
La idea de que la salud y la seguridad de las granjas acuícolas están interconectadas no es nueva. Incluso las granjas mejor gestionadas no están protegidas de enfermedades o la contaminación de otra granja cercana, por lo que son necesarias
The idea that fish farms’ health and safety are interconnected is not new. Even the best-run farms are not protected from diseases or pollution from another farm close by, so further measures are necessary, argues Anton Immink of Sustainable Fisheries
Quantidoc AS in Norway is the commercialization of Prof. Karin Pittman’s years of fish health research. Pittman, winner of this year’s Global Aquaculture Innovation and Leadership Award, utilizes stereology to measure and better understand mucous on gill, gut and skin
At this year’s GOAL conference in Guangzhou, China, leading animal welfare and aquatic animal disease experts will share knowledge about how producers can gird their operations. EMS, EHP, streptococcosis and sea lice will be addressed, as will the latest in