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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 121 pages tagged with SLU Aquaculture:


ASIAN-PACIFIC AQUACULTURE 2024 aquaculture@slu.se Asian Pacific Aquaculture 2024 will be the next chance for the international aquaculture community to visit Indonesia and see the rapidly expanding

Boosting the reproductive performance of Arctic charr using high-throughput sequencing technologies

The project will identify the main causes affecting male fertility and assess to which degree they explain the low reproductive performance in Arctic charr farmed in Sweden. Multiple parameters will

Problems for char in a warmer climate

Char have been farmed in Sweden since the 1970s. In the beginning, it was used for stocking lakes, e.g. for the popular ice-fishing, but more recently it has been farmed mainly as a food fish. The

Aquaculture opportunities and challenges

Say 'agriculture' and everyone gets an idea of what you're talking about. But say 'aquaculture' and the associations might not be as clear. Aquaculture has great potential to grow, as more than

Fish farming in the North - a food production with environmental potential

The project aims to investigate if and how rainbow trout and Arctic charr can be farmed sustainably in hydropower dams in northern Sweden from a biological, ecological, social and economical

National Aquaculture Conference 2024: Compensatory fish farming, climate and the way forward in focus

The 2024 National Aquaculture Conference, this time in Umeå, gathered more than 100 participants – all with an interest in aquaculture; from farmers, researchers and processors to authorities and

Save the rainforest with oil and protein from yeast

Yeast protein and yeast oil produced from wood and straw cellulose can be used as alternative protein and fat sources in fish feed. Aquaculture is a rapidly growing industry and fish is an important

Half-time seminar for Pontus Gunnarsson

Half-time seminar: Pontus Gunnarsson marie.liljeholm@slu.se Welcome to Pontus Gunnarssons half-time seminar. It is also possible to participate online via Zoom. Pontus PhD project is funded by the

reed feed

Reed is now turned into animal feed with an extra environmental benefit – reed harvest can also reduce eutrophication in our waters, according to researchers at SLU. Several measures, as for example

Future feed is circular

Our research is about how we can select from thousands of possible microbes, to isolate promising candidates for a more detailed evaluation. The microbes are mainly intended to be used in fish feed

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. National

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