Funding boost for pioneering aquaculture projects

|31 August 2016| Scotland Two aquaculture projects to support the development of salmon feed innovations have been given a financial boost. The Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) are providi...

Ultrasound could increase supply of farmed salmon

|19 May 2016| Scotland An innovative new project, co-funded by the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) under its Rapid Response scheme, is exploring the potential of ultrasound to keep farmed sa...

Salmon industry boosting rural economies

|11 January 2016| Scottish salmon is in high demand across the world and the Highlands and Islands economy is reaping the benefits. This growing industry is helping breathe life back into rural communitie...

Aquaculture industry has huge potential

|23 November 2015| The aquaculture industry has the potential to contribute an additional £1 billion to the Scottish economy by 2030, according to the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC). ...

Scotland’s number one food export

Production of Scottish farmed salmon is at its highest ever level, according to new figures. According to the Scottish Fish Farm Production Survey 2014 report, 179,022 tonnes of farmed Atlantic salmon was pr...

Fish vaccinations project under way

Aqualife, a family-owned business in Stirling, has received funding from the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre for a research project to develop new fish vaccination techniques. Aqualife already vaccina...