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New genome initiative aims to boost B.C.’s Sockeye salmon populations

Researchers and conservation advocates in British Columbia, Canada, are collaborating on a development project aimed at saving wild Sockeye populations in B.C. waters.

Nofima project eyes nanotech to solve plastics problem

A Nofima scientist is embarking on a research project that aims to find new solutions for more efficient recycling of plastics used in seafood and other food packaging.

U.S. farm ramps up Bluefin tuna development

Bluefin tuna are a viable commercial species that command great prices, such that wild populations are overexploited to supply the lucrative sushi and sashimi markets. Now, one U.S. firm is developing solutions to bolster the bluefin supply and remove limitations for closed-cycle bluefin farming in North America. » Read more

Q&A: Government funding ushers new era for Cold Lake Hatchery

Craig Copeland is a fish culture manager with the provincial Ministry of Environment and Parks in Alberta, Canada. He is also the mayor of the City of Cold Lake. The Cold Lake Hatchery is undergoing some major upgrades and Hatchery International caught up with Copeland to find out what the significant technology upgrade means for the hatchery and the city. » Read more
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