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New study reinforces efficacy of nanobubble technology

A new study by nanobubble technology firm, Moleaer, and Virginia Tech has found evidence that oxygen-filled nanobubbles, when combined with ultrasound, are successful in reducing seafood-borne pathogens.

Eco consulting firm revives historic aquatic nursery

Aquatech Eco Consultants is working with Aquaticus Plants on a new restoration project to revive its historic submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) nursery.
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Boosting biofloc

Biofloc technology shines as an example of perfect symbiosis. When intensive shrimp farming systems limit water exchange and increase stocking density, nutrients develop into a community of microbes. Bacteria multiply in so-called flocs, which also contain fungi, protozoans, algae, and nematodes – a food fest for shrimp. In turn, bacteria get their energy and nutrients by detoxifying shrimp waste products. » Read more

New study on European flat oyster larval production

A European Commission SETTLE project in Spain has found the combination of food ration and water flow produces a reliable protocol for broodstock conditioning of European flat oyster. » Read more
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LAQUA 2020

March 22 - March 25, 2021
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Aquaculture Europe 2020

April 12 - April 15, 2021
Virtual Event
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