Ballybunion Seaweed Festival, June 6th, aims to make the Mouth of the Shannon a prime destination on the Wild Atlantic Way, celebrating both the wonders of seaweed and the rich shared history between Loop Head and the North Kerry coastal villages. The folk from Co Continue reading Ballybunion Seaweed Festival
[Oman] Using marine resources such as seaweeds, fish and microbes to develop new products for the healthcare, agriculture and other Continue reading Open innovation opens the door to marine biotechnology in Oman
The seafood industry on the South Coast has received a boost, after the state government approved the creation of three aquaculture leases in Jervis Bay.
The leases include a 10 hectare site off Continue reading Shellfish, edible seaweed to be farmed in Jervis Bay
Jiro Ono, 89, widely considered the world’s greatest sushi chef, has some dire news for aficionados of raw fish: The delicacy’s best days may be behind us.
“The future is so bad,” the owner of the three Michelin star-rated restaurant Continue reading Greiff: The end of wild sushi
The large stain in the Pacific off El Salvador’s coast is being caused by a moderate proliferation of several species of microalgae and it does not pose a threat to human health, the government said. Continue reading Concentration of microalgae detected off El Salvador’s coast
The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies has been working on new testing systems for algal blooms since the recall of Australian shellfish from Japan in 2012.
The institute’s Professor Gustaaf Continue reading New testing for algal blooms will be faster and cost less according to the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
Tasmanian shellfish growers will have to wait until Wednesday to hear if a harmful paralytic toxin, carried by algae, has spread.
Two East coast oyster growers have stopped harvesting after elevated… Continue reading Tense wait for shellfish growers as tests determine the extent of harmful toxin spread