Aquaculture Europe 2023 opens its doors in Vienna

The European Aquaculture Society's annual event features specialist presentations, a trade show and industry forum.

Half of UK’s key fish stocks “critical”, says Oceana report

The UK's cod stocks are critically low, while mackerel is overfished.

Unlocking the secrets of bluefin tuna reproduction: a step-by-step with Fernando de la Gándara

We Are Aquaculture talked with Fernando de la Gándara, the director of the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) who, together with Aurelio Ortega and his team, achieved a worldwide milestone: closing the bluefin tuna breeding cycle on land.

Cell-cultivated seafood products are just around the corner

Maruha Nichiro Corporation has entered into a collaboration agreement with UMAMI Bioworks to develop and market cell-cultivated seafood products.

Demersal fisheries unaffected by marine heat waves, new research says

Researchers found no lasting effects on commercially-important demersal fish species such as flounder, pollock, haddock, redfish and halibut.

Norway “historic success” in bluefin tuna live capture and storage

The technique for trapping and storing live tuna is common in Mediterranean countries, but had not been possible in Norway - until now.

Aquanzo to pioneer home-grown marine ingredients for animal feed

WeAreAquaculture spoke to Aquanzo CEO Remi Gratacap to learn about the start-up's mission to domesticate and farm zooplankton in the UK.

NAFO’s Greenland Halibut 3L Campaign sets sail for scientific exploration

The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization (NAFO) Black Feltan 3L operation in the Flemish Pass area, Division 3L.

China’s squid fishing moratoriums under scrutiny by Oceana analysis

China has been singled out after an analysis conducted by the conservation group Oceana revealed new data about squid overfishing problems.

Produce submit ten more fishing days for exploratory operations in Peru

Produce has authorized Imarpe to conduct an exploratory fishery for anchoveta and white anchoveta in the southern sea.

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