aquaculture feasibility News

  • Xelect awarded Smart: Scotland Funding

    February 2014 Scottish Enterprise have awarded Xelect Ltd a SMART: SCOTLAND grant to develop genetic tests for selecting broodstock Atlantic salmon with superior production traits for farming . The production traits being targeted are growth rate, yield, flesh quality and nutritional value. The proposed feasibility study will allow Xelect Ltd to build on its market leading position in the ...


    By Xelect Ltd.

  • The Atlantic Salmon Federation and Other Conservation Organizations Question Closed Containment Salmon Farming Report

    Wild salmon advocates from Canada’s east and west coasts, including the Atlantic Salmon Federation, welcome the tabling of the long-awaited Fisheries and Oceans Standing Committee Report on Closed Containment technology. The report has the potential to help foster change in Canada’s salmon aquaculture industry and offer much-needed protection for Canada’s wild salmon, coastal fisheries and the ...


    By PRWeb

  • AgriMarine and Serpent River First Nation Sign MOU

    AgriMarine Holdings Inc. (TSX VENTURE: FSH)(FRANKFURT: A2G)(OTCQX: AGMHF) (the "Company" or "AgriMarine"), the leader in floating closed containment technology and production for sustainable aquaculture, and the Serpent River First Nation ("SRFN") are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding for a Closed Containment Aquaculture Feasibility Study. Under the terms of the ...


    By Marketwire

  • Floating vegetative mats may help clean fishery wastewater

    The feasibility of using floating vegetation to remove nutrients from fishery wastewater is being tested by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists. The researchers' long-term goal is to develop a system to treat the wastewater, return it to ponds for reuse, and use the nutrients to produce biomass or plant material. The floating mats act as filters to remove the nutrients from the water. ...

  • Bio Architecture Lab Technology Partners With Xunshan Group to Develop Integrated Bio-Refinery for Fuels, Chemicals & Co-Products From Brown Seaweed

    Bio Architecture Lab (Bal), a biotechnology company whose conversion technology and seaweed bio-refinery design unlocks the full value of seaweed, has entered into an agreement with China's Xunshan Group, the world's largest grower of brown seaweed and a global ocean fishery and aquaculture company. Under terms of the agreement, the companies will develop an integrated seaweed bio-refinery to ...


    By Bio Architecture Lab, Inc.

  • Animal reproduction research to transform industry

    Being able to produce more animals of the desirable sex to re-stock the herd, pond or sea cage has been a long-held goal of industry, as have cost effective and welfare-friendly ways to control unwanted animal pregnancies. Thanks to new research being undertaken by an international partnership led by CSIRO, these goals are set to become reality. According to CSIRO’s Food Futures Flagship ...

  • BC First Nation signs on to closed containment salmon farming

    AgriMarine Holdings Inc. and the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation have announced signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to investigate the possibility of developing closed containment cultured salmon operations utilizing AgriMarine technology in Band territory on the North Coast of British Columbia. AgriMarine's technology for culturing salmon and other finfish in floating solid wall closed ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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