The Marine Aquaculture Centre's pioneering role as a research and development hub in tropical marine aquaculture has supported the sector's growth in Singapore. With two decades of achievements, the Centre now aspires to be a regional research and innovation hub that shapes the future of sustainable tropical marine aquaculture.
Seafood is a popular choice of protein and with climate change, sustainable aquaculture looks set to increasingly become an important source of food. What does Singapore’s aquaculture industry need to do to realise its full potential?
The need for a sustainable global food system is increasingly urgent, with factors such as climate change and geopolitical developments threatening food production worldwide. Besides collaborating with international counterparts and the industry, Singapore is transforming its agri-food industry to secure its food future.
Hydroponics have much potential as Singapore works towards its 30 by 30 goal. But first, let’s talk about the common misperceptions, says Dr Mandar Gorge, lead scientist at Temasek Polytechnic.
All day and every day, officers from the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) fan out across the island as they work to ensure and secure a supply of safe food for Singapore.
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Last updated on Wednesday, April 22, 2020