US R&D firm head bullish on acquisition, genetics, DNA vaccines

(06/12/19)

Unless it involves designing and building the structures that fish are being raised in on land or offshore, if there's a new technology that aims to improve commercial fish farming -- such as in the fish health, nutrition and genetics fields -- there's a good chance the Center for Aquaculture Technologies (CAT) has done some work in it. 

The San Diego, California-based aquaculture research firm, which is probably most known for its work with genetically engineered salmon pioneer AquaBounty Technologies, was spun off in 2012 by several members of that company's research and development (R&D) team.

At the outset, AquaBounty was its main client but this eventually diversified into other fish farmers seeking the firm’s..................................................


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