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Development of Next Generation Sustainable Aquaculture System
|Prioritized Theme:||Creation of innovative food production technologies responding to future changes in climate and social demands|
|Project Leader:|| NAKAYAMA Ichiro
|R&D Period:||2021.06-（Feasibility Study: 2018.11-2021.05）|
|Project Summary:||Project Summary (PDF:204KB)|
Japan is a country surrounded by wide variety of ocean environments and fish species.
The project aims to develop a next-generation aquaculture system to establish a sustainable aquaculture industry and to protect Japanese fish food culture.
We develop a next-generation aquaculture system that integrates novel "food" "seeds" and "places" research.
We conduct researches on novel "feed", "seed", and "place" for sustainable aquaculture; fish-free feed, short-term seed development, and aquaculture system with environment adaptability. We integrate the outputs of research to a new aquaculture system applicable to various environments and fish species in Japan to support Japan's rich food culture.
The research will lead to the sustainable supply of the world's high-quality protein sources and the maintenance and conservation of marine resources.
Kyoto University, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology,
The University of Tokyo, Riken, Nagasaki Prefectural Institute of Fisheries,
Nippon Suisan Kaisha Ltd.
* This project is launched by integrating the following feasibility studies;
"Development of resources-recycling aquaculture feeds inspired from features of the ecosystem" (OGAWA Jun) and "Next-generation fish breeding by combination of developmental biotechnology and genomic selection" (YOSHIZAKI Goro)