Flashback Friday: Technology and Taimen

World Wildlife Day is coming up this weekend, so today's Flashback Friday features a truly unique wildlife species: taimen, the world's largest salmon. Technology is helping to Read More…

Film Friday: The Smolt Spy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dpnze1F4O5Q Have you heard about the Smolt Spy? It's FISHBIO's first fully custom piece of automated fisheries monitoring equipment. Today's Film Friday describes the development of the Read More…

Underwater eavesdropping by kayak

Hydrophones were invented during World War II to spy on underwater enemies, but scientists soon discovered that they could be used to spy on fish as well, Read More…

Technology Spotlight: The Smolt Spy

At FISHBIO, we specialize in both counting fish and building things. This naturally led us to construct our own automated video system for monitoring fish passage, called Read More…

Salmon on a string

What do a hatchery salmon on a string, a GPS from a dog collar, a length of PVC pipe, and a GoPro have to do with fisheries Read More…

Monitoring soil from space

While much of the world relies on satellites for communication and entertainment in day-to-day life, satellites also serve many purposes for science. Satellites can be used for 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…