Author evaluates production of new circular DNA vaccines and heritable anti-viral immunity for shrimp based on viral defense mechanisms.
Donald Lightner, pre-eminent shrimp pathology researcher and longtime head of the University of Arizona Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory, has died.
Evaluation of IMTA designs showed a single polyculture tank with ragworms and saltwort had best bioremediation performance and biomass production.
Because space is a limiting factor for land-based aquaculture production, one Singapore company is developing a vertically configured RAS for shrimp.
Conditions causing frequent urination in shrimp – like sudden salinity drops combined with high virus load – can make nephrocomplex a portal for pathogens.
NaturalShrimp rebuilds damaged facility in Texas and turns to Iowa to expand its patented electrocoagulation contaminant-removal technology.
With a smartphone camera and XpertSea’s latest AI-driven tool, shrimp farmers in Ecuador are finding – and closing – deals faster than ever.
GOAL 2020 keynote speaker Peer Ederer says the solution to closing food security gaps doesn’t include abandoning animal proteins and finger pointing.
Despite ongoing challenges, Indian shrimp farmers have achieved major developments in hatchery, farm grow-out and feed-manufacturing technologies.