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Uganda scientists use black soldier larvae as fishmeal alternative

Scientists in Uganda have proved that insects such as black soldier fly larvae have potential to be used as an alternative source of protein in fish feeds in order to overcome increase in prices for fish feeds caused by contractions in the global economy due to the pandemic and Russia war on Ukraine.

Responsible Seafood centre announces new shrimp industry event in Vietnam

The Center for Responsible Seafood (TCRS) is hosting a new Shrimp Summit on July 24-26 in Ho Chi Minch City, Vietnam. The event will be centred on research, education, and collaboration to support responsible shrimp production.

Aquaculture veterinary training initiative launched in Scotland

Scottish researchers and one of the country’s major fish farming companies are to work together on a £39,000 skills training programme in a bid to boost the flow of seafood technicians and veterinary professionals into the industry. Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) and Scottish Sea Farms have announced a combined effort to create three new types of skills courses.


Global tilapia research round-up

Tilapia is one of the world’s most farmed species, currently grown in more than 120 countries. As demand continues to grow, intensive fish culture is clearly the way to go. Systems and protocols that make it possible to deliver volume, ironically, are also creating multi-pronged sustainability challenges. High-volume stocking, for instance, raises environmental and fish welfare issues. » Read More...


Seafood Expo North America 2023

March 12-14, 2023
Boston, Mass., USA
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April 18-21, 2023
Panama City, Panama
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April 20-22, 2023
Orlando, Flo., United States
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World Aquaculture 2023

May 29-June 1, 2023
Darwin, Australia
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