The University of Plymouth EmbryoPhenomics research group have secured £230,000 of funding to validate technologies being developed at Plymouth Science Park for addressing key challenges in the UK aquaculture industry.

The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council are funding the project, which will support the EmbryoPhenomics team work with collaborators at the University of Exeter and aquaculture industry partners to optimise 3D printed technologies for measuring the most sensitive periods of life using artificial intelligence. They will validate these approaches for optimising growth conditions, assessing performance profiles and biosensing in aquaculture culture environments.

Find out more about EmbryoPhenomics here.

EmbryoPhenomics funding