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BioMar Ecuador announces four new lines for extruded shrimp feed

BioMar Group has announced its investment plan to expand the capacity for extruded shrimp feed in Ecuador. The two-phased installation will bring a total of four new lines with a combined capacity of 200,000 tons at BioMar’s facilities in Guayaquil.

Cargill and Ecolab announce new class of Techstars

Cargill and Ecolab have been supporting 11 startups as part of its three-month mentorship Techstars program. The Techstars Farm to Fork Accelerator was created to support entrepreneurs that are utilizing technology to innovate in areas such as food retail, food safety, and workforce development and management.

Columbi Salmon announces funding round results for RAS-based salmon farm

Columbi Salmon recently held a NOK 162-million (US $18.6 million, EUR €15.9 million) funding round, which has confirmed ongoing interest by some of Norway’s prominent seafood backers in recirculating aquaculture system- (RAS-) based salmon farming.
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Demand for sustainable mudcrab hatcheries continues

As global demand for mudcrab continues to grow, Singapore pins hopes on a micro-hatchery within the Aquaculture Innovation Centre (AIC) for its locally-grown supply of mudcrab crab, Scylla serrata. » Read more
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NaturalShrimp focuses on study for potential to enter freshwater fish markets

NaturalShrimp is currently testing technologies that create antioxidant environments in recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), to reduce the redox reaction in fish gills to counteract fish susceptibility to harmful effects of ammonia. This study could enable the company to enter the salmon, barramundi, and other freshwater fish markets. » Learn more

Nofima researchers win animal research prize

Researchers Carlo C. Lazado and Elisabeth Ytteborg were awarded the Norecopa 3R Prize for their efforts to advance strategies for reducing the number of laboratory animals in fish health studies, and have developed techniques for measuring the health of salmon without killing the fish first. » Learn more
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8th World Fisheries Congress

Sept. 20-24, 2021
Adelaide, Australia
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Aquaculture Europe 2021

Oct. 4-7, 2021
Funchal, Madeira, Portugal
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International Vaccines Congress 2021

Oct. 18-20, 2021
Orlando, Fla., USA
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