Exo Environmental and partners are working towards a viable innovation that reduces commercial risk to native oyster (Ostrea edulis) production and improves productivity....Read More.
Despite advances in identifying pathogens, the aquaculture sector currently has very limited tools for assessing fish health and is heavily reliant on histopathology;...Read More.
The contamination of the seabed directly below open net aquaculture cages is a major environmental concern. Fish faeces, uneaten feed and residual chemicals...Read More.
Aquaculture feed management has a critical role to play in supporting the development of a sustainable aquaculture industry. Observe Technologies aims to convert...Read More.
Black Soldier Fly (BSF) technology is well proven, but gaps remain such as the performance of fish fed on a BSF diet in...Read More.
Single cell proteins (SCP) are the dried cells of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, microalgae and yeasts, grown in a diverse array of...Read More.
Since 2012, Aqualife has been developing innovative fish handling methodologies using modern robotics platforms. One of the outcomes of this work is a...Read More.
The focus of the project is to reduce the diesel consumed by offshore fish farms, and subsequently reduce the amount of CO2 emitted...Read More.
The accumulation of human pathogens (e.g. bacteria and viruses) as well as biotoxins in marine molluscs is a major food safety problem faced...Read More.
Thank you to everyone who applied to our second funding call – applicants will be notified of the outcome in due course.