Offshore wind developments exist among other marine activities, how do we balance them and is compensation suitable in order to meet net zero goals? The UK’s marine area is becoming increasingly busy with multiple users from different sectors all making …
Today is international women’s day! In celebration of the annual event we’re learning more about some of the female scientists in Cefas.
As a fisheries scientist, I believe that there is a need to consider the wider role of ecosystem processes in sustainable management of the marine environment – not looking at a single species or process in isolation. My team and …
Cefas has created a new on-line regulatory toolbox for the aquaculture industry in England, and I’d like to explain why.
Half of undersized sole survive after being caught and discarded in the English east coast inshore otter trawl fishery, according to preliminary results of research conducted by Cefas scientists. Senior scientist Tom Catchpole provides an update on the survival of …
Senior Cefas scientist Tom Catchpole explains why fish are discarded back to the sea, and what happens to them.
In August 2015 the Fish Health Inspectorate (FHI) achieved the prestigious Customer Service Excellence (CSE) Standard, and I want to show you how we did it.
Below is the background to the molluscan diseases that the Cefas Fish Health Inspectorate (FHI) regulated in 2014.
Dr Joanna Murray from Cefas explains why she needs to know what species people are keeping in their fish tanks.
Oceans cover almost three-quarters of the Earth’s surface, and hold over 90% of the planet’s water.