Aim is to identify suitable species, develop culture methods, and provide advisory services for the state's growing shrimp, mollusc, and fish mariculture industries.
Education and Science
Scientists, explorers and stewards of the ocean
Administered by the Fisheries Agency of Japan based on the Fisheries Research Promotion Program. It is an institute conducting basic studies on various aspects of aquaculture to provide information for solving the problems relevant to the rapidly expanding fish farming industries.
Norwegian Institute of Food Technology
Our vision is to be an international fisheries centre of excellence, providing high quality resources to support and enhance the development and sustainability of the fisheries industries.
Information on aquaculture of trout. Links to other aquaculture sites.
The Department of Animal and Aquacultural Sciences (IHA) has a long track-record and many ongoing projects within the area of aquaculture. The first national Norwegian breeding program in salmon was initiated from this department and the research institute Nofima Marin was branched out from the department and have been co-located within the department facilities since the start in 1974.
A not-for-profit research and development organization dedicated to marine aquaculture, biotechnology, and coastal resource management.
The weekly reports provide a summary of all immediate notifications and follow-up reports for any unusual disease events submitted by reporting Member Countries.
This directory gives you practical information on over 80 marine research institutes located on the Mediterranean and Black Sea coasts. Information includes types of equipment, library resources, courses and research orientations. The guide is restricted to marine research institutes located on the shore or very near which have full laboratory and / or oceanographic capacity. Only those institutes for which up-to-date information was provided are listed.
A program, implemented under the USDA Regional Aquaculture Center Program, whose goal is to support the development of the aquaculture industry in the Pacific Region by promotion of information transfer
The Practical Guide was conceived in order to help potential beneficiaries of EU programs find their way through the three funding instruments and identify the most appropriate funding scheme for them. It provides a concise description of the three funding sources, explains how they can in practice be combined and provides policy makers with advice on setting up mechanisms at the national and regional levels to foster co-ordinated access to them.
The DIFS has the modern facilities to undertake research in the fields of
marine and inland fisheries science and freshwater and marine aquaculture.
SARNISSA is an EC funded project developing aquaculture in Africa through increasing the access and sharing of information as well as encouraging research and other collaborations between project stakeholders
A network of 33 Sea Grant programs based at top universities in every coastal and Great Lakes state, Puerto Rico, and Guam.
The Aquaculture science program at SARDI provides scientific and technical advice across government, industry and the community on key issues associated with the sustainable development and management of aquaculture in brackish, freshwater and marine environments.
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