Cefas is an internationally renowned aquatic scientific research and consultancy centre. We aim to be the prime source of high quality science used to conserve and enhance the aquatic environment, promote sustainable management of its natural resources, and protect the public from aquatic contaminants.
We provide research, advisory, consultancy, monitoring and training services to a large number of clients worldwide. We have a huge range of resources and expertise, with more than 500 staff based in 3 UK laboratories.
Controversy over bill on shrimp farming Brazil
The Federal Public Ministry of Rio Grande do Norte complained against a bill that defines shrimp farming as an agro-forest-pastoral activity because it will enable the development of the activity in areas that have permanent environmental protection and in the mangroves.
Indonesian tuna causes salmonella outbreak United States
A salmonella outbreak linked to raw yellowfin tuna used to prepare sushi has already affected over 60 consumers in 11 states, according to reports from government agency.