Salmon farms are quite different from terrestrial farms in providing both nutrition and calories. They produce stunningly more of both than their land-based counterparts.
At the Barcelona Seafood Summit, an expert panel discussed a sustainable future for aquafeeds. What stands between us and that future?
Scott Nichols concludes his four-part series about GM foods with a simple question about transgenic animals: Are they truly meeting a need? We need more food and we need better nutrition. Both desires should be achieved without increasing environmental impacts.
To assess the role of genetic engineering in agriculture, we should first state what we want from our agricultural systems. Agriculture, and by extension the future of aquaculture, lacks a succinct direction.
With entrenched positions on GM foods, it is difficult to change the conversation, but change it we must. A perpetually contentious climate doesn’t serve us well and we must abandon the current paradigm to define a new framework that facilitates
In the first part of a series on genetically modified foods, independent advisor Scott Nichols discusses the simplistic decision behind product labels and the more complex question of what could and should be the outcomes of its use.