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01/01/18

Fish disease, killer robots in top ten articles of 2017

We review the most-read articles of the year.

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14/06/17

FAO warns of tilapia virus as outbreak spreads

… Three regions are hit by a viral disease threatening tilapia, one of the world’s most popular farmed fish species. …

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01/06/16

Fisheries policies urged to prioritise nutrition goals

Study bats for nutrition-sensitive fisheries policies to improve health outcomes especially for the poor.

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29/04/16

Deadly fish virus finally identified

… Scientists believe the mysterious ‘tilapia lake virus’ behind mass die offs of farmed fish is a novel variety. …

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02/09/15

How to hack aquaculture

… This audio-slideshow shows how wireless sensor networks can enhance tilapia fish production. …

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11/11/13

Modern strains put Lake Victoria in critical condition

Pollution and overfishing threaten the lake’s ability to support the millions who live near it, finds George Achia.

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11/06/13

Panama expects benefits from world's first GM salmon

The biotech firm that developed the GM salmon hopes to benefit Panama's science and economy if a US agency allows …

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09/01/13

Fast-growing fish variety could benefit Egypt and West Africa

Tilapia fish breeding programmes have delivered new strains that could raise producers' income and enable poorer people to afford fish. …

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06/05/09

Sub-Saharan Africa news in brief: 23 April–6 May 2009

Mali fights malaria with satellites, Zanzibar investigates rapid diagnostics, decoding cattle DNA can illuminate …

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08/04/09

Sub-Saharan Africa news in brief: 26 March–8 April 2009

Swaziland soil degraded, Acacias improve Congolese soils, Eritrea delivers bednets en masse and more.

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