[Mexico] A startup, microTERRA, is developing a bioreactor to turn wastewater generated by aquaculture into a source of protein that Continue reading Startup seeks to convert wastewater into aqua feed protein
[USA] Scientists in Dartmouth, New Hampshire, US, claim to have created a more sustainable feed for aquaculture by using a marine Continue reading US scientists develop tilapia feed using marine microalgae co-product
[UK] Called REFLOW and funded by Innovate UK, the project partners aim to both produce algae as feed for tilapia and develop a Continue reading From fish waste to fuel
[USA] Dartmouth College scientists have discovered that marine microalgae can completely replace the wild fish oil currently used to feed tilapia, Continue reading Research team makes breakthrough toward fish-free aquaculture feed
[USA] San Francisco seafood purveyor TwoXSea, which supplies sustainable seafood to restaurants and markets around the Bay Area, just settled on the location of its first new location, in NW Portland. Continue reading Experiment on vegetarian-fed fish
Students at Christa McAuliffe School 28 in Jersey City had already been dismissed for the day when their teacher, Malissa Yabut, came chasing after them on Jan. 9.
“Guys we won!” Yabut said, instantly putting a smile on the faces of 10 Continue reading Super Tilapia Algae Xterminators and Algae Extinguishers win $20,000 for ‘Project Reservoir’ in Eco Challenge
Myanmar sees the food supplement production of algae Spirulina thrived at lakes in Twin Taung, located between Sagaing Hill and Min Wun Hill in Sagaing Region.
Yaekhar lake produces Spirulina for… Continue reading Authorities attempt to revive Twin Taung Lake
[16th May, 2014] Fishing is a popular urban sport in the West Valley and cities pay to provide fish for anglers, but some fish are put in lakes to keep ecosystems healthy. Anglers fishing for sport and relaxation in urban lakes in the West Valley are able to do so largely because cities throughout the region pay to stock those lakes with fish… Continue reading West Valley cities provide fish for recreation, environment