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Australian researchers study shelf life of microalgaes

Research explores the effect of storage conditions – refrigeration and freezing – on the fatty acid profiles of four concentrated species of microalgae. more »

Nov 12, 2014 2:17 PM Research

Together  with the Feed Technology Centre in Bergen, Katerina Kousoulaki and colleagues at the Nofima Institute have tested algae meal from heterotrophic algae in the feed of juvenile farmed salmon.

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Algae meal replaces fishmeal in juvenile salmon diet

Experiments at the Nofima research institute in Norway have shown that a type of algae known as “heterotrophic algae” can fully replace fish oil in feed used for juvenile salmon. more »

Nov 12, 2014 1:25 PM Research

Danish salmon RAS announces temporary shut-down

Apparently bacteria compromising the main water intake system of the Langsand Laks salmon hatchery means the intake has to be re-designed. more »

Oct 20, 2014 11:12 AM Profiles

Florida study examines effect of crude oil on larval fish

To investigate how they could have been affected, researchers exposed larval mahi-mahi to crude oil simulating environmental conditions that occurred during the infamous 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill. more »

Oct 20, 2014 11:02 AM Research

A new diffused-aeration concept for aquaculture

Henrik Grundvig from the Teknologisk Institute in Oslo, Norway and colleagues are conducting field trials on a new low-pressure air diffuser system for outdoor ponds and raceways and tanks in large recirculation systems. more »

Oct 11, 2014 11:52 PM Recirc

Spanish researchers aim to close life cycle on European hake

Dr Montse Pérez hopes that soon she will be able to close the life cycle on European hake, a popular food fish in Europe, particularly in the southern part of the continent. more »

Oct 6, 2014 12:00 AM Research

Trout caviar a lucrative by-product of Irish hatchery

One of Ireland's best-known trout farms has been producing trout caviar for about two years. more »

Oct 1, 2014 3:36 PM Profiles

European research reveals dietary needs of post-hatch tuna

Critical to successful breeding of tuna is that the newly-hatched fish have to be fed the yolk-sac larvae of other species. more »

Oct 1, 2014 12:00 AM Research

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