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Why countries with loads of nutritious fish also have the most malnourished residents
Your supermarket salmon is probably stealing someone else’s food.
The secret to saving salmon is lodged in their ears
Salmon of the Nushagak River shift their habitat year-to-year—and that has important implications for how we protect these fish.
If you don’t like eating fish, you might be a fan of global warming
Warming oceans are changing fish stocks around the world.
Newly-Discovered Antarctic Bacteria Could Be Cramming Seafood With Mercury
Nitrospinia could be affecting your fish dinner
A New Shrimp Simulacrum Hopes To Take Plates By Storm
Your next shrimp pad thai might be shrimp-free
Arctic Report: How To Sell A Single Fish To 11 Different Countries
Good for a helluva lot more than just fish sticks
The Next Tuna You Eat Could Have A Mackerel Momma
A marine scientist plans to use mackerel as surrogate parents for Pacific bluefin tuna
$500,000 USDA Grant Could Help Genetically Modified Salmon Company Stay Afloat
Opponents of genetically modified food are crying foul over a recent government grant to the maker of GM salmon. The … Continued
Transgenic Musclebound Trout with Six-Pack Abs Could Arrive Soon on Your Dinner Plate
A 10-year effort has finally created pumped-up fish for commercial aquaculture