Poseidon Ocean Systems recently netted $5 million in funding to build inventory, enhance engineering and increase international sales efforts.
Sea lice, algae, temperature changes and escapes still vex salmon farmers, but new cage systems aim to surmount these concerns with innovative barriers.
Tokyo University researchers have learned to spawn fish from germline stem cells in vitro, a method that can be deployed to help endangered species.
Eight months into the pandemic, the gloom and doom has lightened and there’s hope in the air for the Pacific Northwest shellfish sector.
Innovations in broodstock, farm and production management could cut antibiotic usage by Chile’s salmon farming industry by 50 percent in five years.
GOAL 2020 keynote speaker Peer Ederer says the solution to closing food security gaps doesn’t include abandoning animal proteins and finger pointing.
Recirculating aquaculture systems in theory solve many environmental impact issues, yet they're not immune to NIMBY (not in my backyard).
Shinshu salmon is promoted as a food typical of the mountainous prefecture of Nagano, which is aiming to capitalize on the popularity of salmon in Japan.
Last year Dubai-based Fish Farm LLC sold the first batch of salmon to be born and bred in the United Arab Emirates. More are certainly coming.