Posts tagged with ‘aquaculture’

  • Antibiotics substitute developed for salmon farming

    A young Chilean researcher was awarded a prize by a prestigious US institution for her research aimed at developing technology to obtain antibiotics substitute for farmed salmon. The new technological solution is environmentally friendly. Its goal is to improve productivity in salmon farming through the use of a food additive with an active compound derived from indigenous marine bacteria off […]
  • BASF and NPC partner on algae technology

    National Prawn Company (Saudi Arabia) and BASF have signed an agreement on collaboration in the field of algae technology The partnership has been encouraged by the decade-long experience and unique expertise of both companies. Since the 1980s, National Prawn Company has developed knowledge and expertise in designing, building and operating a large system of man-made-lakes especially for the production of […]
  • Aqua Nor partners with ACG

    n order to better serve customers in North America, Aqua Nor has entered into a cooperation agreement with the Aquaculture Communications Group (ACG) in Canada and the United States, which has been designated Official North American Partner for Aqua Nor 2013. “By partnering with ACG, we hope to attract more visitors from Canada, the USA, Mexico and other countries in […]
  • Marine Natural Product Drug Discovery Symposium: Nov. 6, 2012

    The 2012 Symposium on Marine Natural Product Drug Discovery will bring together academics and industry representatives from across Europe to discuss groundbreaking research  into the development of novel drug candidates from marine natural resources, with particular emphasis on the fields of cancer and on neurodegenerative diseases. The symposium, which is held in the context of the biannual Pharmatlantic consortium meeting, will […]
  • Bibliographic database for Plymouth Marine Laboratory publications from 2001 – present now available

    The list of Plymouth Marine Laboratory publications since 2002 can be uploaded in pdf format from the PML web site. More info
  • Growing International Interest In Oceanology To Benefit The Global Marine Biotechnology Market, According To New Report By Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

    With growing environmental pollution throwing the spotlight on sustainable industrial development, there exists huge demand for suitable, scalable, economically, socially and environmentally sustainable feedstock options for the manufacturing industry. With sustainable feedstock production and delivery ballooning into a massive industry worldwide, the world’s oceans have emerged into the next frontier for investigative, biological resource development and management R&D projects. For […]
  • International Algae Competition Winners Announced

    Robert Henrikson and Mark Edwards announced seven prize winners of the International Algae Competition at a special event on April 12 at the Algae Technology Platform Conference in San Diego, CA. Juror scoring was very close. There were ties for first place prizes. Beyond these prizes, competition winners, finalists and many entries will be recognized in upcoming media news releases, articles, […]
  • Cuba to establish marine aquaculture with Norwegian assistance

    NIFES  in Norway is one of several institutions involved in a cooperation project  which will assist Cubans establishing a marine aquaculture industry. Freshwater-based aquaculture already exists in Cuba, but this is the first time that marine aquaculture will be tried out on a large scale. The aim is to create an economically and ecologically sustainable marine aquaculture industry in Cuba. […]
  • 200 researches to aid aquaculture sector in India

    A first of it kind compendium on the outcome of various research projects funded by the Department of Bio Technology (DBT), under the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India has been compiled by Dr A S Sahul Hameed, Associate Professor of Zoology at the A Abdul Hakeem College in Melvisharam. The compendium, which is expected to be highly […]

    The company’s  Western Australia operation in Karratha is planned to be increased from the initial 100 hectares of commercial operation to 400 hectares in the next stage, and then 1000 hectares. Aurora Algae began operations in Karratha mid last year and now has its sights on raising $100 million after hitting the $22 million mark a few months ago. The $22 million […]