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Monosex fish might help to address invasive species, researchers say

Testing is currently underway to determine if monosex fish populations could be used to reduce or eradicate invasive or otherwise unwanted fish populations in the wild.

Single cell protein as substitute for fishmeal in juvenile rainbow trout diet

A proprietary single cell protein product gets high marks as a sustainable replacement for fishmeal.
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Noelia Rodriguez: Fast-learner

Thirty-seven-year-old Noelia Rodriguez knows full well that smolt quality will play a key role on how the growth and success of the fish at sea cages. This realization came to her while working at Scottish Sea Farms’ marine farm in Shetland, Scotland, overseeing the delivery, behaviour and performance of Ballan wrasse, including mortality levels and cause of death. » Learn more
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Benchmark Chile embarks on selective breeding

When Benchmark Genetics Chile took over operations of the Ensenada Hatchery in the middle of this year, it is with the intent of strengthening its position in the Chilean market for genetically improved salmon eggs. » Read more
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LAQUA 2020

March 22 - March 25, 2021
Virtual Event
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Aquaculture Europe 2020

April 12 - April 15, 2021
Virtual Event
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Aquaculture America 2021

August 11-14, 2021
Aviemore, Scotland
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2021 Global Seafood Market Conference

May 23-28, 2021
Coronado, California
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