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Common purpose

Anglers and farmers are united in a desire to help wild salmon survive, writes Hamish Macdonell It was the angler who first introduced me to the Tweed who came up […] Continue Reading

Meet your underwater helper

Remora is a Norwegian-developed autonomous robot that has been designed to help fish farms clean their nets in an efficient, cost-effective, and sustainable manner. Remora manages to do this effectively […] Continue Reading

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One system does it all

Aquacom is a leading IT system for maintenance, assets control, quality and planning in the aquaculture industry, with users all around the world. Mørenot’s customers use Aquacom through the whole […] Continue Reading

Excellent opportunities

Swansea University delivers excellence in aquaculture education, research and innovation Aquaculture offers an incredibly diverse job opportunity. If you are a student just starting, changing careers, or wish to upskill […] Continue Reading

Detroit Shipyards

    Placed near one of the main aquaculture markets, with experienced, very skilled and operation driven teams in newbuilding and transformation both in Chile and Brazil, Detroit Shipyards can […] Continue Reading

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Manager – Ormsary Smolt Unit

Landcatch Natural Selection Ltd is part of the global animal breeding company, Hendrix Genetics. It is a multi-species animal breeding, genetics and technology company. Hendrix Genetics is passionate about animal […] Continue Reading

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Northern star

Iceland’s fish farming saga is on the verge of an exciting new chapter. A new force in Atlantic salmon farming is starting to make its presence felt on the world […] Continue Reading

The right kind of fat

Omega-3 oils really do make a difference in salmon feed, Vincent McDonagh reports. New research by Nofima, Norway’s highly respected Food Research Institute, has confirmed that increased levels of omega-3 […] Continue Reading

Open minds

The US public could be ready to give aquaculture a cautious welcome, a new survey suggests. For a people renowned for enterprise and innovation, especially in food production, Americans have […] Continue Reading

Opinion

Home thoughts

Nick Joy is not against regulation but, he argues, it would be good to have a clear timetable for any reforms. Here I am, sitting on a big ferry, returning […] Continue Reading

Shades of green

The platform thrashed out by the SNP and the Scottish Greens is dangerously vague, argues Hamish Macdonell It’s all in the detail. Or, rather, in the case of the SNP-Green […] Continue Reading

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