Innovations in Tanzanian Aquaculture

25/04/2017By Matt ScottNews

Women seaweed farmers from Zanzibar holding the tubular nets they have designed with SeaPower, a Blue Economy Challenge winner, that will allow them to grow higher valued seaweed in deeper waters. Photo Credit: Brett Garling, Cut Canvas Creative Key players from across Tanzania’s aquaculture industry will gather in Dar es Salaam on April 27, to … Read More

IOT and Ocean Farmers training turns local community members into aquaculture field technicians

24/04/2017By Matt ScottBlog, News

Written by Thibault Giulioli (Indian Ocean Trepang) & Fred Pascal (Ocean Farmers) Industrial fishing methods are putting at stake our oceans health, depleting fish stocks and depriving coastal fishing communities of some of their natural fishing grounds, forcing them to put more pressure onto the lagoon ecosystems. Poverty and over-fishing are the Madagascar South-West region’s … Read More

Breakthrough fish feed solution holds promise for smallholders

18/04/2017By Matt ScottBlog, News

In December 2016, following his attendance at the Aquacelerator kickoff, Dr. Nigel Preston published an article via WorldFish. With more than 25 years of experience, he has authored more than 85 scientific publications on coral reef ecology, fisheries ecology, aquaculture biology, genetics, nutrition and environmental management. In this article, Dr. Preston shares more about Novacq. Currently, … Read More

Why We Innovate: Aquaculture Innovators Share Their Stories

10/04/2017By Matt ScottBlog, News

From Australia to South Africa, and from Thailand to Tanzania, since late 2016, ten game-changing companies have set out on a journey to reengineer aquaculture with their own sustainable solutions. In a new video series, each of these Aquacelerator Fellows sheds light on their innovations and what drove them to pursue the impact they are … Read More

Accelerator 101

22/03/2017By Matt ScottBlog

About our author: Stephanie Kimber is a foundation member of the innovationXchange team, a part of Australia’s aid program. She ran Australia’s first two Grand Challenges and is currently on secondment to the Global Innovation Exchange based in Washington D.C. Last year I experienced the power of an acceleration process up close and personal. To … Read More