Israeli innovation could feed world with farmed fish – Science & Health – Haaretz.com

A not particularly large tilapia from the Sea of Galilee. It probably spent its energy reproducing rather than growing. Picture shows the torso and arms of a man wearing a gray T-shirt, holding in wet, dirty hands what is probably a dead tilapia, about double the size of his palm.
A not particularly large tilapia from the Sea of Galilee. Gil Eliahu

Israeli Innovation Could Feed World With Bigger, Farmed Fish

Prevented from reproducing, fish grow a lot bigger, Jerusalem professor proves on tilapia

The world population is projected to approach 10 billion by the year 2050, and with climate change roaring, how are they to be fed? An Israeli professor has won an award for her discovery on how to make fish grow bigger with the same inputs, theoretically rendering fish farming a lot more productive.

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