Vibriophages: saviour or sinner in aquaculture
Dr A Millard, Prof M Clokie
6 January 2019
Vibrios are a diverse genera of Gram-negative bacteria that are widespread in the marine environment. The most well-known Vibrio species is Vibrio cholerae, as the causative agent of cholera.
Modelling and forecasting of salmon parasites
Dr T Adams, Prof K Davidson, Dr P Gillibrand
Applications accepted all year round
Salmon aquaculture is a key component of the Scottish economy, and has now seen steady growth over several decades. However, there are several factors limiting further expansion.