How AltaSea’s Local Jobs Translate to World Impacts
May 17, 2017

By Dr. Sandra Whitehouse, Chief Scientific Officer (consultant), AltaSea As the U.S. economy continues its slow recovery from the worst recession since the Great Depression, the pace of growth has not been consistent across all sectors and in all areas. …

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Can Sustainable Ocean Technologies Help Feed The World?
January 16, 2017

AgTech cashing in on global demand with sustainable food alternatives By Jenny Cornuelle Krusoe The world population is expected to add 2 billion more people by 2050, further pinching already scarce resources such as fresh water and arable land. One …

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In Los Angeles, A New Approach to Marine Science
December 19, 2016

by Carl Nettleton on Friday, Dec 16th, 2016 Los Angeles has a longstanding and critical relationship with the ocean — most notably at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, through which nearly 150 million tons of cargo travel each year. …

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Challenges Of Feeding The Planet: What Did Sailors Eat At Sea?
November 17, 2016

By Jenny Krusoe Researchers want to go beyond diaries and journals to find out how ship diets worked. They want to make the food itself. On a boat. According to a recent article in the on-line magazine, Atlas Obscura, “No …

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The Accomplishments You Made Possible
November 16, 2016

Dear Friends, 2016 has been a year of many accomplishments for AltaSea. We unveiled the award-winning designs of our 35-acre “campus of innovation.” We began renovation of the first 80,000 square feet of warehouse and wharf space for our founding …

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