Alphabet moonshot Tidal heralds the age of precision aquaculture

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Tidal CEO Neil Davé said the X moonshot's initial focus is on developing technologies that can provide fish-farming operations with greater visibility into what's happening underwater. Its first testing partner is salmon company Mowi. Credit: Tidal
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Tidal CEO Neil Davé said the X moonshot's initial focus is on developing technologies that can provide fish-farming operations with greater visibility into what's happening underwater. Its first testing partner is salmon company Mowi. Credit: Tidal

Demand for protein from sea creatures such as tuna, salmon and shrimp is growing far faster than for animal proteins

Much of the fuss related to sustainable food systems is focused on land-centric technology solutions. The next horizon, however, may lie offshore. Think precision aquaculture. For the past three years,...

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