[Norway] About eight million farmed salmon have suffocated in northern Norway over the past week as a result of persistent algae Continue reading More than 8 million farmed salmon in Norway killed by algae bloom
[Norway] Norway’s Lingalaks has begun growing salmon that have had Veramaris’ algal oil worked into their diet, the company said.
[Canada] Grieg Seafood has revealed that 250,000 of its salmon have died at two sites in BC following harmful algal blooms (HAB) in the area. Continue reading Algae strike British Columbia salmon farms
[France] A pink dough that looks like and tastes like smoked salmon, but it is entirely plant-based. This vegan salmon project has just been Continue reading Bordeaux startup launches vegan smoked salmon
[Israeli] Microalgae produce almost all the nutrients that humans need to survive. But, to truly harness microalgae’s tremendous Continue reading Turning the desert green and red
[Global] Increasing the amount of trimmings and including microalgae in BioMar’s In the Blue feed has yielded salmon with a Continue reading Microalgae boosts omega-3 content of farmed salmon
[Chile] The share prices of some Chilean salmon farmers fell on the Santiago Stock Exchange, amid concerns about the outbreaks of red Continue reading Chilean salmon farmers’ share prices fall as algae bloom expands in Chile
[Norway] A project assessing the use of microalgae byproducts from the biofuel industry as a protein replacement in feeds for farmed Continue reading Biofuel byproducts show salmon feed potential
[Canada] You may call him Thierry Chopin, the chevalier of seaweed. The expat Frenchman and current professor of biology at UNB, is Continue reading Meet Thierry Chopin: UNB professor and France’s seaweed knight
[Norway] A number of novel applications for the cultured marine plants are currently being developed in Norway, thanks in part to Continue reading Algae and plankton: how to cash in on the “new oil”?