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  • News - 14 Aug 2020
    Key knowledge gaps exist in our understanding of how ocean microplastics transport bacteria and viruses - and whether this affects the health of humans and animals, researchers say. With millions of...
  • News - 15 Apr 2019
    Commercial fish feed manufacturers are progressively switching fishmeal – a powder made from fish – for crop-based ingredients in a move compelled by economic incentives and a desire to...
  • News - 31 Mar 2021
    Human food scraps could be used to create high-quality food for farmed fish, leading to a more sustainable global fish economy, according to a team of researchers at The University of Western...
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    Leask Marine Ltd was established in 1985 by Douglas Leask providing marine construction and diving services around the Orkneys and Northern Isles. As a highly qualified commercial diver and vessel...
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    OriginOil has developed a breakthrough water cleanup technology for the oil and gas, algae and other water-intensive industries. Unlike other technologies, the company’s patent-pending...
  • News - 9 Jun 2021
    An unprecedented analysis of almost 10,000 Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) events worldwide over the past 33 years was launched today by UNESCO's Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission. The...
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    Yissum is the technology transfer company of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Founded in 1964, it is the 3rd company of its kind ever created, and has a rich tradition of innovation and...
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    Harnessing nature to restore the oceans and fix the climate crisis. The Atlantic Ocean is experiencing an unexpected symptom of climate change. Sargassum, a floating seaweed that has escaped its...
  • News - 24 Jan 2023
    Microplastics—tiny particles produced as plastics weather and fragment—pose an increasing threat to the environment and human health. A recent laboratory study reveals that the presence of...
  • News - 19 Feb 2021
    The excess carbon dioxide responsible for global warming also increases the acidity of seawater, challenging the growth and survival of oysters and other shellfish. A team led by researchers at...
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