Modeling key fish supply and aquaculture systems for biophysical resource use is a vital step for estimating environmental footprints and was the focus of a recent WorldFish study in Myanmar.
 

Each month, we highlight our latest publications. Research published in March included the first study to estimate agonistic behavior and feed efficiency in individual Nile tilapia, an understanding of which will support sustainable aquaculture.
 

Ensuring the blue economy is rich in opportunity and incorporates the perspectives of all users will require new knowledge and innovative partnerships, says Dr. Gareth Johnstone, Director General, WorldFish, in the wake of the World Ocean Summit.
 

To coincide with the Seeds of Change conference on 2-4 April, Dr. Meryl Williams, former WorldFish Director General, penned this opinion piece around her four revolutionary tips that can energize aquaculture and fisheries for a change to gender equality.
 

WorldFish gender scientists and partners are heading down under for the world-class Seeds of Change conference on 2–4 April 2019 in Canberra where they will be collaboratively leading or taking part in a combination of panels, workshops and presentations.
 

Fish feeds containing little to no wild-caught fish combined with a novel feed ingredient has the potential to greatly increase the tilapia growth, finds a new study by WorldFish and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization.
 

The CGIAR Antimicrobial Resistance Hub, which includes the WorldFish-led research program FISH, is being launched on 21–22 February 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya.
 

Area-based approaches to address environmental risk are gaining popularity in aquaculture management. New research demonstrates the need to rethink the application of area-based approaches, considering how farmers themselves understand environmental risk.
 

WorldFish is pleased to welcome Dr. Cristina Rumbaitis del Rio to its Board of Trustees. She joins Director General Gareth Johnstone, Board Chair Yvonne Pinto and six other members in providing strategic direction and effective governance.
 

Recent progress on open access and open data is helping WorldFish to improve efficiencies and enhance innovation and impact in an era of increasingly complex data sets.
 

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