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SLU Aquaculture

The mission of the SLU Aquaculture platform is to consolidate and develop aquaculture research and education at SLU.

There are 113 pages tagged with SLU Aquaculture:

Completed activities

Here we gather documentation from activities that SLU Aquaculture arranged, supported or participated in. All activities aimed to develop aquaculture research and education at SLU. SLU Aquaculture


Farming of fish, shellfish and algae has an important role to play in future food supply, but how to make farming even more sustainable? And what should the fish eat? Circular bioeconomy, new feeds

Scientific publications by SDG

In order to successfully meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), strategies and measures need to be based on scientific ground. SLU researchers continuously publish scholarly works related to


Collaboration with industry, authorities and organizations is a natural part of SLU activities. SLU Aquaculture contributes with knowledge and competence in various collaboration projects with

Noble crayfish farming in Sweden

In Sweden there are two species of freshwater crayfish: the noble crayfish ( Astacus astacus ), and the introduced signal crayfish ( Pacifastacus leniusculus ). The populations of the noble crayfish


To stimulate cross-faculty collaborations and further strengthen aquaculture research at SLU, we offer financial support for new and innovative projects and activities. The latest call for

Sustainable aquatic feeds for resilient aquatic food systems in Sub-Saharan Africa

SLU is the academic partner in a collaborative WorldFish project in Sub-Saharan Africa. The project will run until 2027 and aims to increase the income and improve food security of 5,000 smallholder


SLU Aquaculture promote and develope aquaculture education at SLU. We also contribute to training activities in collaboration with other universities and organizations. Here you can find courses,

Who asks the farmed fish?

Today, more than half of the fish we eat globally are raised in fish farms and the proportion originating from farming continue to increase. Unfortunately, there are some problems associated with

SLU Aquaculture

is a platform to promote and coordinate aquaculture research and education. Aquaculture-related research is taking place at all four faculties at SLU. Our mission is to consolidate and develop

5 tons of green fish in the counter

Eco-friendly gourmet fish are developed in collaboration between researchers, chefs and industry. Demand for seafood is steadily increasing, while at the same time 93% of the world's commercial fish


Here we gather information and documentation from activities that SLU Aquaculture arranges, supports or participate in. All activities aim to develop aquaculture research and education.