‘We need new, dynamic, cost-effective technologies for aquaculture’

Mohammad AlamNine-plus billion. That is what the global population is expected to reach by the year 2050, precipitating an unprecedented demand for food and other resources. The statistic and its implications have dominated discussions at recent international meetings and symposia, with a particular emphasis on the need to sustainably intensify agricultural production. Often overlooked, however, is how the world’s developing regions are beginning to look beyond their staple food sources (rice, corn, etc.) and more toward fish and other seafood to feed their growing populations. This trend has been the motivation behind research conducted by CFAES’s Mohammad Alam, a PhD student in fisheries and wildlife …

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