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Norway at the crossroads

Norway’s salmon farming sector is poised to enter the most crucial period in its relatively short history, a new study suggests. Almost everyone agrees the industry has been a phenomenal […] Continue Reading

The clean-up crew

A group of researchers is investigating whether sea cucumbers can help to minimise the environmental impacts of fish farming. They recently completed a feasibility study to assess how well the […] Continue Reading

Game changers

Bakkafrost has made it clear it is ready to spend big in order to reshape the Scottish Salmon Company. The Faroese salmon farming group has set aside an investment programme […] Continue Reading

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Full steam ahead

In January of this year the biggest wellboat yet constructed was launched at the Sefine Shipyard, in Turkey. The Gåsø Høvding is 83.2 metres long and 30.9 metres wide, with […] Continue Reading

Happy days

When it comes to climate, Florida and Norway are – it goes without saying – very different. Yet a fascinating experiment is taking place to find out if a king […] Continue Reading

Circle of life

Remote communities are learning to adopt an aquaculture method that is good for them and for the environment Give a person a fish, the proverb goes, and they can feed […] Continue Reading

National kelp service

The majority of people strolling along a beach probably look on the slimy vegetation washed up by the tide with little more than mild curiosity. For centuries, however, it has […] Continue Reading

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