The southern central province of Ninh Thuan is installing satellite positioning machines on 77 fishing boats to facilitate fishermen’s safe and productive operation at sea and contribute to protecting the country’s sea and island sovereignty.
A Da Nang fishing boat skipper has plans to build a powerful fishing boat with long-range capabilities. He hopes to exploit a wider range of fishing grounds and create more jobs.Vol 10, Issue 02(52) | Mar - APR 2013
More and more shrimp farmers apply advanced technologies in aquaculture to reduce production costs, improve productivity, and mitigate environment impacts.Vol 10, Issue 02(52) | Mar - APR 2013
Researchers from the National Fisheries Institute (INEPESCA), Mexico and other technical and scientific institutions have joined forces in designing a more sustainable and efficient shrimping boat.
A fishing Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) has been installed on 20 fishing boats in the southern province of Tra Vinh as part of the project “surveillance system for fishing boats, fishing waters and fishery resources” (MOVIMAR) funded by France.
A project on monitoring fishing boats, fishing grounds and aquaculture resources using satellite technology, known in short as Movimar, is being implemented in 28 coastal provinces and cities to facilitate fishermen’s safe and productive operation at sea.
A global system for communications (GSM) will cover other 51 fishing boats operating in water areas in the central city of Da Nang.
The project to formulate artificial breeding techniques for sea worm (Sipunculus nudus), implemented by engineer Nguyen Minh Chau, Research Institute for Aquaculture No 3 (RIA3) was applauded by the Science Council of Khanh Hoa province in the evaluation process.Vol 9, Issue 06(50) | Nov - Dec 2012
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) has developed advanced gene-silencing biotechnology for aquaculture that changes the sex of prawns and yields the faster-growing all male populations, resulting in greater output and farmer income.
The Ly Son Seafood Joint Stock Company started building a 600 tonne, ironclad fishing vessel, in Quang Ngai province on November 29.