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Moderate Protein Diet Could be Elixir of Youth: Study
Aboriginal projects for fishing, tourism, research and education get new funding
Aboriginal Projects Get Funding Boost for Fishing, Tourism, Research and Education
Climate Change Poses Emerging Risk to Seafood Industry: CDU Study
Climate Change Poses Emerging Risk to Seafood Industry, Say Researchers
British Antarctic Survey Wraps Up Antarctic Summer Field Season
Spawning does not reduce fish growth
UK, India ink landmark research deal
Aquatic outbreak resources now available
Fresh a-peel to Queenslanders on National Prawn Day
Seaweed: World’s Savior?
Guiding recreational fishing investment and management
National survey shows significant benefits of rec fishing
Single Test Detects All Barramundi-Killing Virus Strains
£22m Rod Licence Income Benefits Fisheries: Environment Agency
Carp Plagues Rivers: Is Carp Herpes Answer?
New innovation grants for NSW seafood sector
Stay Safe This Summer: Beware Potent Blue-Ringed Octopus
Deakin’s new centres supercharge environment and sustainability research
Aquaculture increases contribution to seafood production
Research reveals benefits of classic chalk river plant, water crowfoot
Sea urchins have invaded Tasmania and Victoria, but we can’t work out what to do with them
New year gift for black jewfish fishers
Molecular fingerprint behind beautiful pearls revealed
Floods can be a disaster for humans – but for nature, it’s boom time
Floods are a pain for humans – but for nature, it’s boom time
National Carp Control Plan published
Hillarys aquaculture upgrades ready for shellfish research
Biotechnology to reduce methane emissions from cattle
Gray whale numbers continue decline
New DPIRD Director General to drive opportunities for WA primary industries and regions
Aboriginal Fisheries Business Development Program aims to Close Gap
Snapper study finds three populations