Author: Desiree

It is well known that the intensive exploitation of extractive fishing threatens the survival of important fish species and is forcing governments to impose technical stoppages, while the profitability of fishing fleets decreases and owners see their business at danger. Microalgae a sustainable alternative Commercially produced microalgae...

The Mediterranean diet is well known worldwide as a healthy choice in which fish is a frequent and important element. In fact, according to statistics, Spain is sticking to this diet, nine out of ten Spanishs eat monthly fishery and aquaculture products. Spain continues to be...

Most of the Marine conservation organisations, among them Oceana,  are disappointed looking a the "short-term" fishing quotas approved by the European Union.  It is their believe they opted to "perpetuate overfishing" in the Atlantic and North Sea over the next year. Oceana warns that there...

Obviously, the ideal would be to enjoy a freshly caught fish, but it is not always possible. However, frozen fish is much better than most people think. It is known that fresh fish is much more nutritious than frozen fish, because there are vitamins that are...

Although aquaculture is becoming more and more technified, it is still far from developing as other agro-food industries in the world are doing, where advances in technologies such as Big Data, robotics, Internet of Things (IoT) or Simulation, are increasingly frequent within the production process. All...

November 26-28, leaders from around the world gathered in Nairobi for the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference (SBEC), the first global forum focused on the ecological use of marine resources, stressing out the importance of "multilateralism" to boost this sector. 17,000 experts from 184 countries participated in...

Serious questions are raised about the quality of life of animals after the discovery published in the Journal of Experimental Biology.  The news are that It is very likely that one out of two farmed salmon has lost much of its hearing. Researchers now know...