[UK] Starting with feet, StEPS podiatry, an award-winning private podiatrist clinic which works with professional footballers and athletes, Continue reading What do feet, fitness and seaweed all have in common?
[Global] Human-induced climate change is triggering changes beneath the waves that could have a long-term effect on marine food webs, a study suggests. Continue reading Climate stirring change beneath the waves
[Chile] Compañia Pesquera Camanchaca informed the Superintendency of Securities and Insurance (SVS) that Puelche, Mañihuelco and Contao farms, Continue reading Camancha loses 1.5 million salmon due to harmful algae
[USA] According to a study by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, there are about 8.7 million species of animals on Earth, give or take 1.3 million. Continue reading Sea sponge, probably the first animal on the Earth, says scientists from MIT
[USA] White worms are commonly used in the diets of many farm raised fish. As the aquaculture feed industry strives to become more sustainable, Continue reading Growing white worms using algae
[Australia] Pig effluent could be used to grow algae or seaweed that is fed back to pigs as part of a closed-loop system for intensive piggeries. Continue reading Pig manure could help grow feed for piggeries, cut greenhouse gas emissions, research shows