25 May 2017
This month the ShellEye project has been presented at two large shellfish conferences; the Shellfsh Association of Great Britain's Annual Conference and the International Conference on Molluscan Shellfish Safety.
12 May 2017
In March 2017 ShellEye invited a small group of stakeholder to Plymouth Marine Laboratory to discuss the progress of the project, requirements of the bulletin service and other issues facing the shellfish industry.
21 February 2017
Understanding how environmental conditions can influence the marine biotoxin conditions within a mussel farm is one aspect of the ShellEye project. The team, based at the University of Exeter, have now developed and tested their first short-term forecasts for one shellfish farm in Cornwall, UK.
09 November 2016
ShellEye will be hosting a webinar from 9am on Thursday 24th November 2016. If you would like to take part, please register by emailing the ShellEye Project Office.
04 November 2016
Article by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) on improving the public image of aquaculture.
30 September 2016
Report commissioned by Seafish, analysing the economic contribution and value of the major sub-sectors and the most important farmed species