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Stay up-to-date with the latest news and developments in research and innovations across aquatic food systems.

Combating Malnutrition with Small Pelagic Marine Fish in Bangladesh

Blog 4 minutes read

Pelagic small marine fishes serve as rich sources of both essential macro- and micronutrients offering numerous health benefits from fetal life to adulthood. Their high…

Nutrition • 13 Jun 2024

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Q&A with Marleen Schutter, Post Doctoral Fellow in Aquatic Food Systems

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This World Oceans Day, we're highlighting the blue economy and its potential to foster sustainable growth and shared prosperity.  In this Q&A, Marleen Schutter,…

Sustainability • 07 Jun 2024

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Laboratory supervisor Mahirah Mahmuddin pipettes solution into a 96-well plate in WorldFish HQ, Malaysia. Photo by WorldFish.
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A farmer dries his net. Aceh, Indonesia. Photo by Mike Lusmore/Duckrabbit, WorldFish.
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