Entries by Sara Barrento

European Maritime Day in Wales

The Swansea University team had the pleasure to celebrate European Maritime Day in my country on Saturday the 13th of November.  Together with Seaweed Surf Shack, PEBL, Car Y Mor, and the Seagrass project we organized a fantastic sunny event at Langland beach, Wales. Participants learned about the Access2Sea project and Integrated Mult- Trophic Aquaculture, […]

New paper on lumpfish welfare

Research led by Swansea University scientists at the Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research (CSAR), published in Reviews in Aquaculture on the 18th of July 2021 offers 16 practical solutions for improving the welfare of lumpfish and illustrates the merits of the Delphi approach for achieving consensus among stakeholders on welfare needs, targeting research where is […]

Precision Aquaculture in the Blue Economy talk now available to watch

The keynote by Dr Sara Barrento on the 26th of June during the free webinar on Precision Aquaculture in the Blue Economy is now available to watch on YouTube (timeline 14:50). Dr. Sara Barrento introduced the topic and showcased the importance of precision aquaculture through the Access2Sea project in lumpfish welfare management and restorative farming. […]

Swansea University: LINC – The blue Economy webinar

Prof. Carlos Garcia de Leaniz gave a keynote at the LINC event, focusing on The Blue Economy, on the 21st of June 2021. The event is available to watch on YouTube and focuses on the Blue Economy which is increasingly important to Wales in economic, sustainability, and climate change terms. Prof.  Carlos Garcia de Leaniz […]

Precision Aquaculture in the Blue Economy

Dr. Sara Barrento gave a keynote on the 26th of June during the free webinar on Precision Aquaculture in the Blue Economy. The program included live demonstrations on intelligent tools, advanced modeling systems, and cloud-based integrations for real-time monitoring of the behaviour, health, feeding, safety, quality, and environment. Dr. Sara Barrento introduced the topic and […]

Application of sensors in precision aquaculture: webinar overview

Hosted by Swansea University’s Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research (CSAR) in collaboration with the Waterford Institute of Technology on the 25th of May 2021, the webinar had 11 speakers presenting to an audience of over 150 participants from 33 countries.   Below is an overview of all talks which can be downloaded. The full webinar can […]

Application of sensors in precision aquaculture: presentation available to download

Over 150 participants attended the webinar on the Application of sensors in precision aquaculture, on the 25th of May, 2021. The presentations are now available to download. Setting the stage: what is precision aquaculture? Dr Sara Barrento, Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research (CSAR), Swansea University Access2Sea: New Opportunities for More Competitive and Sustainable Blue Growth […]

Looking after lumpfish

A recent article published by the Fish Farmer Magazine reports on Access2Sea funded research carried by the Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research (CSAR) on lumpfish welfare and advances the upcoming tools being developed to better access lumpfish welfare. The article is available to read on pages 48-49. The article published in the journal Aquaculture is […]

Application of Sensors in Precision Aquaculture | Free webinar 25 May 2021 from 10:00 to 12:20 Western European Time Zone (WET)

Swansea University in collaboration with the Waterford Institute of Technology welcomes you to this free webinar focusing on the application of sensors in aquaculture. We will showcase a range of cutting-edge sensors being developed in Wales and Ireland which will support aquaculture companies in decision-making to help make ecological aquaculture an achievable target.   REGISTER  […]