Our top stories of 2014

It’s been a big year for our website, thanks to the redesign we launched in May. Since then, our traffic has been up, while our content continues Read More…

FISHBIO highlights of 2014

2014 has been another busy year for us at FISHBIO, and we wanted to take a look back at a few of the highlights while also taking Read More…

FISHBIO’s 2014 countdown

As another year comes to close, here's a look at FISHBIO's own countdown. Fewer fish encounters and more beer brewed are a few comparisons that stand out Read More…

Spicy and sweet

The FISHBIO “elves” have been busy this holiday season preparing and delivering gift baskets for our clients. We love to support local businesses, and often stuff the Read More…

Tree rings reveal changes in ocean climate

Scientists have tried many approaches to unravel the complex puzzle of past ocean climates. Now, a recent study in the journal Science uses an unlikely source to Read More…

Zipping through time

In our typical fashion of experimentation, we often enjoy trying new techniques to capture photos and video in the field. Time-lapse photography is a fun method that Read More…

Ready for prime time

FISHBIO staff have a long history of wielding cameras in the field, but lately some of us have had to practice speaking in front of the camera Read More…

Invasive loach on the loose in Central Valley

While invasive species are now commonplace in California, each new introduction of a non-native species can pose unknown threats to an already fragile ecosystem. Wildlife officials are Read More…

Hydroacoustics crash course

Finding unique technological applications to conduct science more efficiently is at the core of FISHBIO’s values. So we jumped at the chance when one of our biologists Read More…

Human Rights and the Seafood Industry

Today is Human Rights Day, established by the United Nations in 1950 to highlight the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a common standard that should be Read More…