Replacing fishmeal with a single cell protein feedstuff in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) diets
Advancing Gender-Responsive Aquaculture and Fisheries Development Starts with Identifying Common Gender Barriers
The Learning Agenda Meeting: Providing Innovation Through Collaboration
Reducing Tilapia Losses Through Vaccine Development in Zambia
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The cold-chain analysis project in Nigeria is identifying technologies and practices that provide income growth and improve diets, identifying and mapping the aquaculture market systems that improve productivity and reduce post-harvest losses of aquaculture fish, and identifying gaps in the aquaculture post-harvest sector.
To improve seed quality and production of Indian major carps and exotic carps, we have a team of researchers working to establish a cryogenic sperm bank to improve commercial seed production and brood banking in Bangladesh. Availability of high-quality broodstocks produced by cryopreserved sperm will also increase the capacity of government and private hatchery operators.