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January 26, 2017 Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at Aquaculture America 2017
  Sponsored by
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This year the workshop is going in new and exciting directions!

  • We are pleased to announce our keynote speaker, Dr. Richard Borowsky of New York University, preeminent in the use of Mexican cavefish for evolutionary studies. In the past 10 years, use of the cavefish as a research model has grown exponentially, and Dr. Borowsky will provide an overview of the history and benefits. To continue the theme and tie in with the host city of San Antonio, Dr. Dante Fenolio, the Vice President of Conservation and Research at the San Antonio Zoo, will speak on his work with cavefish from Texas, China, and Mexico.
  • The NIH Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP) will be participating at the workshop in an interactive community meeting discussing the affect of environmental issues on research results. ORIP is working to develop a path of action towards understanding, standardizing and reporting environmental parameters in animal models and is looking forward to the input from the aquatics (and zebrafish in particular) users with practical experience in this area.
  • New this year: Noise, Vibration, and Aquatic Animals
  Take a look at the schedule of events...
Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop Schedule
Aquaneering logo    
Aquaculture America 2017   Aquaculture America 2017
Feb 19, 2017 - Feb 22, 2017
San Antonio, Texas
December 21, 2016 Congratulations to the Winners of the 2017 Art of Science Photomicrography Contest!
And thank you to all of our entrants!
2017 Art of Science Contest Winners
Visit the Art of Science Photomicrography Contest page for your copy of the 2017 calendar, and check out current and past winners!
September 15, 2016 New Product Spotlight

Coral Propagation SystemOur new Coral Propagation System made its debut at MACNA 2016. The system is modular, space-saving, and ready to use so you can start growing coral right away!

Features and benefits:

  • Multipurpose - can house coral, fish, or hydroponics
  • Four-stage filtration system
  • Modular hose in tanks offer freedom to divert water flow where you need it
  • Frag rack in each tank holds 238 frags
  • Versatility in lighting options - install any kind of light you need for your system
pdf file   Coral Propagation System Brochure
September 15, 2016 It Went Swimmingly: Recap of MACNA 2016
The Aquaneering booth was as busy as a coral reef at the 2016 Marine Aquarium Conference of North America in San Diego this past weekend. Conference attendees appreciated the professional, lab-grade quality systems and tanks that Aquaneering offers for ornamental fish and coral aquaculture.

Customers with new or established systems were also very interested in the Aquaneering aquaculture tanks because they said that the tanks were better suited to coral propagation.
Thank you to Reefers Garage of Vista, California for supplying the beautiful coral in the system.

August 24, 2016 Recap: International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture 2016
The International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture was held from August 18th to 20th in Roanoke, Virginia. Turnout at the meeting was great, and the Aquaneering booth was busy as attendees showed a lot of interest in our aquaculture products and services.   Aquaneering East Coast Sales Rep Brendan Delbos and Dr. Dallas Weaver in the Aquaneering booth at the International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture 2016.
Aquaneering East Coast Sales Rep Brendan Delbos (r) and Dr. Dallas Weaver
At the International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture 2016, Dr. Dallas Weaver gives a talk on the denitrification system developed with Aquaneering.    

Along with many other good talks, Dr. Dallas Weaver gave a well-received presentation on the denitrification system developed with Aquaneering.

We look forward to returning next year.

August 18, 2016 Zebrafish:  The Next Generation

Port Washington High School, winner of the 2016 eRack GiveawayCongratulations to the winner of the eRack Giveaway, Port Washington High School!

Located in southeastern Wisconsin, Port Washington High School is embarking on an exciting expansion of their STEM curriculum. PWHS is in an enviable location, with proximity to Milwaukee, Lake Michigan, Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW), and interactive science museums and nature centers.

Its location has given PWHS the opportunity to partner with CUW to offer Advanced Placement Environmental Science in 2017 and with MSOE for its Project Lead The Way (PLTW) program in Biomedical Sciences. Port Washington High School's new Aquaneering eRack will be an integral part of the PLTW program as students research heart and genetic diseases and other conditions using the zebrafish as their disease model.

Aquaneering is once again pleased to support the efforts of the Zebrafish Disease Models Society Education Research Interest Group, spearheaded by Dr. Christopher Pierret of Mayo Clinic and Dr. Michael Pickart of Concordia University.

Read more about PWHS's science curriculum and its plans for the Aquaneering eRack.

June 16, 2016 Over the Brainbow

Somewhere over the brainbow Dr. Tamily Weissman-Unni of Lewis & Clark College is lighting up the brains of zebrafish to create maps of their neural networks. The resulting diagrams are part of a larger world-wide effort to construct a complete "wiring diagram" (connectome) of the human brain.

Congratulations to Dr. Weissman-Unni, who was recently named a recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER award.

Read more about Weissman-Unni's research

  Dr. Weissman-Unni poses in front of an Aquaneering Six Shelf Stand Alone Single Sided Zebrafish Rack (ZS660)
May 18, 2016 Have Zebrafish, Will Travel
  Join Aquaneering for the CALAS 55th Annual Symposium in Toronto, Ontario from June 11th to the 14th. And then meet us again in Brussels, Belgium for the 13th FELASA Congress June 13th to the 16th.

At CALAS, we'll be talking about:

  • Zebrafish biosecurity, diseases, and necropsy (workshop co-sponsored by Aquaneering)
  • The latest on zebrafish husbandry and housing for biomedical research
  And at FELASA, visit our distributor Sodispan in Booth A014, and don't miss the session on good practices for zebrafish and Xenopus spp!
April 21, 2016 eRack Giveaway: Supporting Zebrafish K-12 Science Education
  Call for Proposals

Aquaneering is once again supporting zebrafish science education through a call for proposals to award one eRack to a deserving K-12 teacher with a demonstrated need and clear capacity to advance the use of zebrafish in their classrooms.


The eRack is a complete zebrafish housing system for classroom settings. It is a self-contained system with a four-step filtration process to maintain consistent water quality for the fish and a carbon pre-filter to remove chlorine from incoming water. (If RO water is used, salts will need to be added back in.) All that is required is a floor drain or sink for water discarded during daily exchanges.

The eRack has two shelves: one with five 2.8-liter and one with eight 1.8-liter tanks, and includes six breeding tanks are included for embryo production. The rack is on casters and can be transported from its permanent location to a lab or classroom whenever needed.

Overall rack dimensions: 41” wide x 20” deep x 63” tall
Retail Value: $6900

Approximate yearly cost for consumables:    
25 Watt UV Replacement Lamp   $65
Carbon Filter Sleeve (12") 5 each   $44
Activated Carbon 6 Lbs.   $32
Fish Food – 1 Lb. Bag   $10
6-Way Test Strips (24/pack) 5-Way strip for alkalinity, pH, nitrite, nitrate, hardness. Separate ammonia strip.
Total   $172

For more information and specifications on the eRack, please visit our website.

Instructions for Proposals

  Download the official Call for Proposals

Proposals Due: July 6th, 2016
Awards made: July 15th or 16th in conjunction with the 12th International Conference on Zebrafish Development and Genetics taking place in Orlando, Florida from July 13 to 17th, 2016.
Submit proposal by e-mail to Chris Pierret (pierret {dot} christopher {at} mayo {dot} edu). Questions about the proposal can be directed to Michael Pickart (Michael {dot} Pickart {at} cuw {dot} edu) or Chris Pierret. Members of the zebrafish community active in educational use of zebrafish will review proposals and choose the winner. Questions about the eRack can be directed to Bobbi Baur (bobbi {at} aquaneering {dot} com).

March 14, 2016 Doing a Lot with Just a Little (Water)
Aquaneering Denitrification System
Aquaneering Denitrification System
In a typical recirculating aquaculture system, the oxidation of ammonia in the biofilters will cause nitrate to build up to the point of being detrimental to animal health. The general solution to this problem is a water change, but regulations in locations affected by drought now limit the amount of water available. In addition, environmental regulations limit nitrate discharge concentrations under many conditions. Nitrate discharges help control nitrate concentrations in the water, but also remove any salts that have been added to the recirculating system water and any alkalinity added to neutralize the nitrate.
Dallas Weaver, Ph.D. and the Aquaneering production team testing the denitrification system
Dallas Weaver, Ph.D. and the Aquaneering
production team testing the denitrification

Enter the denitrification system. Denitrification is the process of reducing nitrates by converting them into nitrogen gas. Denitrification systems have been in use for several decades, primarily in wastewater treatment, but have not been traditionally used in aquaculture and aquatic filtration systems.
The denitrification system currently being developed by Aquaneering uses a specially-designed fluidized bed bioreactor. Like our fluidized bed biofilters, the bioreactor contains media on which bacteria grow. The bioreactor is designed to prevent oxygen from entering (anaerobic), forcing the bacteria to reduce the nitrate to nitrite and then to nitrogen gas. A closed packed column connected to the bioreactor removes the nitrogen produced, without adding oxygen to the water.

"Protein Skimmer"
As some potentially toxic compounds and residual ammonia are often formed as byproduct of this dentrification process, the water will then be treated by a high-performance aerobic fluidized bed biofilter and “protein skimmer” to control colloidal solids and surfactants.
The overall system is tied into a SCADA system for alarming and remote notifications. This particular design is skid mounted for easy installation.
The system will be used to process and recycle the high nitrate wastewater for a striped bass hatchery in Ensenada, Mexico. The system will support brood stock and fingerlings for production, which will be released to pens in the Pacific at a certain age and size for grow-out. The unique design is a collaboration between Dallas Weaver, Ph.D., of Scientific Hatcheries, and Mark Francis of Aquaneering. The system will process 60 to 120 tons of water per day, providing nitrate-free return water and eliminating an equal volume of total water demand.
The Ensenada hatchery will have recirculating water and zero discharge in an environment with a very limited water supply. The end result: protecting precious resources and supporting fish hatcheries through technological innovation.
March 14, 2016 Working Together is Success...

Dante D'India of Harvard University giving his
talk on Improved Long-term Imaging of
Embryos with Genetically Encoded
The 12th Annual Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop, in conjunction with the 2016 Aquaculture America Conference, was held in Las Vegas this past February. Attendance at the Workshop matched the previous all-time high and attendee participation surpassed previous years, making this an exciting and informative event.
In addition to the Zebrafish Husbandry Association (ZHA) pre-workshop annual meeting and sponsored session, a new topic focus was introduced: a session on regulatory issues organized by Monte Matthews. Matthews not only received 105

Marc Tye, President of ZHA, presenting
Dr. Hugh Hammer of Gadsden State
with the Zebrafish Stewardship Award
completed online questionnaires prior to the workshop (designed to gauge community interest and quantify the most pressing concerns), but there was also spirited participation from the audience during the panel session.
Continuing the theme of working to integrate the husbandry and PI communities, the Workshop was honored to feature Dr. Stephen C. Ekker as the Keynote Speaker. Dr. Ekker is Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Associate Director of the Clinical and Translational Sciences graduate program at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and Editor-in-Chief of the Zebrafish journal with the regular Fish Haus section that focuses on the science of fish husbandry (and currently organizing a Special Issue on Zebrafish Health for 2016).
Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at Aquaculture America 2016
Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at
Aquaculture America 2016
Dr. Ekker and other investigators participated in the Town Hall meeting after the workshop proper, coming up with action items to continue advancing the positive relationship between all members of the zebrafish research community.
February 19, 2016 2016 Art of Science People's Choice Award T-Shirts are Ready to Wear!
Get your 2016 People's Choice Award t-shirt at Aquaneering Booths 203 and 205 at Aquaculture America 2016 in Las Vegas. T-shirts feature the award-winning photo by Duc Dong of Artemia with nuclei and muscle labeled.   2016 PCA t-shirt front   2016 PCA t-shirt back
February 19, 2016 Face to a Name
  Meet Chris Rivero, Architectural Planner
A key player in the Aquaneering Engineering Department is Chris Rivero, Architectural Planner. For the past nine years, Chris has helped our customers visualize their room layouts for aquatic facililties and hatcheries. Chris supports both the sales and production departments with planning, room layouts, and drawings. His architectural layout skills result in room designs that are ergonomically efficient and meet customers’ requirements.   Chris Rivero
January 20, 2016 Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at Aquaculture 2016
  Meet the Keynote Speaker: Stephen C. Ekker, Ph.D.
  Keynote Topic: Cure Mapping Using Zebrafish
Stephen C. Ekker received two bachelor of science degrees (Genetics and Developmental Biology, Electrical Engineering) from the University of Illinois where he studied genome engineering and molecular evolution with Dr. Carl Woese. Dr. Ekker obtained his PhD from the Johns Hopkins University on the biochemistry of Hox gene action, characterizing the DNA recognition code for homeodomains and how they recognize regulatory elements. Post-doctoral work studied the biochemistry and function of hedgehog proteins working with HHMI labs at Johns Hopkins (Dr. Phil Beachy) and the University of Washington (Dr. Randy Moon). On the faculty of the University of Minnesota, Dr. Ekker was the founding Director of the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center for Transposon Research (now called the Center for Genome Engineering). He is Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Associate Director of the Clinical and Translational Sciences graduate program at the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minnesota, USA). Dr. Ekker is Editor-in-Chief of the Zebrafish journal with the regular Fish Haus section that focuses on the science of fish husbandry, and he is organizing the 2016 Special Issue on Zebrafish Health. The Ekker laboratory has pioneered the use of transposons, morpholino antisense oligonucleotides and targeted genome editing methods in zebrafish. The Ekker lab is focusing on modeling health using cure mapping and deploying this accessible model system for healthier communities as a part of new science education program, InSciEd Out.  

Stephen Ekker, Keynote Speaker

Stephen C. Ekker, Ph.D.

November 24, 2015 Scholarship Winners for the Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop
  Aquaneering was overwhelmed with the response for the Workshop Scholarships at Aquaculture America! There were so many interesting applicants with fantastic resumes and exciting plans for their futures in medical research using zebrafish. Zebrafish as a research animal model is definitely here to stay.

We are very excited to announce the winners of the scholarships and trips to the Workshop in Las Vegas: Tamara Stawicki, of the University of Washington, and Brandon Lay, at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation

Congratulations to both of you, and we look forward to seeing you there!

November 24, 2015 Happy Thanksgiving from All of Us at Aquaneering
  Happy Thanksgiving

Aquaneering will be closed for the following holidays:
Thanksgiving Day: November 26, 2015
Day After Thanksgiving: November 27, 2015
Christmas Eve: December 24, 2015
Christmas Day: December 25, 2015
New Year's Day: January 1, 2016

November 12, 2015 The Winner of the People's Choice Award is...


Duc Dong
Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute
La Jolla, California

Image portrays:
Artemia (brine shrimp) with nuclei and muscle labelled

  People's Choice Award
  The winner of the social voting contest will be featured on a T-shirt that will be sold to raise funds for scholarships for first time attendees to the Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop held each year at Aquaculture America. Each of the five finalists will receive a T-shirt which will feature the winning image on it. The rules for applying for one of these scholarships will be announced in August 2016.
November 13, 2015 A Big Thanks...
  To all of our contest entrants and to everyone who took the time to vote on Instagram!
October 28, 2015 Aquaneering Debuts the Aquatic Tank Washer at AALAS 2015

Come check out the new Aquatic Tank Washer options at Booth #1427!

  • Multiple under-counter or stackable washers for a lower cost and smaller footprint than one large washer
  • Run smaller loads or multiple loads simultaneously
  • Efficient water economy and financial savings
  • Many rack and basket solutions for your specific applications
  • Use with (phosphate and residue free) detergent or without detergent – both with brilliant results
October 28, 2015 Zebrafish Husbandry and Veterinary Care Session at AALAS

Zebrafish Husbandry and Veterinary Care: Multiple Perspectives 
8:00 AM - 10:15 AM / Room: 121A
Leader/Moderator: Monte Matthews
Facilitator: TBN

8:00   Monte Matthews   Welcome and Introductions
8:05   Monte Matthews   Institutional Responsibilities for Veterinary Care
8:25   George E Sanders   Basic Components of Zebrafish Husbandry and Veterinary Care Programs
8:55   Christian Lawrence   Management’s Perspective of Veterinary Care
9:25   Michael L Kent   Common Diseases of Zebrafish
9:50   Marcus J Crim   PCR Sample Types for Quarantine and Health Monitoring
This seminar sponsored in part by Aquaneering.

For more information on the topics to be discussed, visit the AALAS website.

October 8, 2015 Online Store Now Open!
  How do I use the Aquaneering Online Store?
  1. Contact Aquaneering Sales to begin the easy on-boarding process.
  2. Once your account is set up, go to and click on .
  3. Start shopping for common consumables and replacement parts!
    NOTE: Customers in United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, India, Singapore, and China: contact your distributor.

October 8, 2015 Maintenance How-To Videos Online!

You can also find maintenance how-to videos* on the Aquaneering Online Store! Learn how to perform regular maintenance on your Aquaneering system, as well as pick up troubleshooting tips for common problems.

* You'll need a customer account to access the maintenance videos. Contact Aquaneering Sales to begin the on-boarding process.

August 26, 2015 Zebra Las Vegas!

Win a Free Trip to the Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at Aquaculture 2016
February 23 - 24, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada

Have you ever attended the Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at Aquaculture America? If the answer is NO, then you qualify as a potential winner of the scholarship. The rules are simple:

1. Be a first-time attendee to the workshop.
2. Fill out the scholarship application and submit by October 31, 2015.

The scholarship committee at Aquaneering will select the lucky winner, who receives:

* Full meeting registration
* Two-night hotel stay
* US domestic air transportation with Southwest Airlines.

The winner will be announced by November 30, 2015. This scholarship is subsidized by the sale of Art of Science T-shirts and by Aquaneering and the World Aquaculture Society.

pdf icon   Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop Scholarship Application (618 KB)

July 20, 2015 Save the Date WAS and ZHA 2016
  * Click image to enlarge
  Check out the Workshop schedule.
July 20, 2015 Postcards From Norway

9th European Zebrafish Meeting

Oslo, Norway was the setting for the 9th European Zebrafish Meeting in June. In the beautiful land of the (almost) midnight sun, approximately 700 attendees enjoyed 5 days of meetings, poster sessions, and a wonderful gala dinner at the unique Oslo Opera House. It is a pleasure to help sponsor this meeting, as well as see old friends and associates and meet new ones.

June 18, 2015 Have Fish Will Travel

The Metal Division at Aquaneering has been super busy fabricating live haul fish transport tanks for the Departments of Fish and Wildlife for many states in the US. These tanks are dual walled aluminum with insulation. They can have many customized features, such as folding walkways, temperature gauges, oxygen diffusers, aeration, and electrical. Transport tanks have also been fabricated from stainless steel. Fish and Game Departments move fish around their hatcheries or from hatchery to stock out lakes for recreational fishing. Fish farmers may need to move fish around the fish farm or take them to market. Aquaneering has been producing some of the most reliable and rugged transport tanks in the US for almost 30 years! GO TEAM!

For more information on our live haul transport tanks, visit Fish Transport Tanks.

June 18, 2015 When in Drought...Call Aquaneering
  Aquaneering Systems are Helping to Save California from the Drought
  As part of an effort to conserve water and protect endangered fish populations in drought-stricken California, the California Division of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) purchased ten "Drought Safe Haven Recirc Units" last year from Aquaneering. CDFW will install eight more units this year.

CDFW Drought Safe Haven Recirc UnitRead more about Aquaneering's recirculating filtration systems and their part in the CDFW's water conservation initiatives in "California hatcheries hunker down for extended drought" at Hatchery International magazine.

March 18, 2015 Aquaneering Makes It Easy to Be Green (and Gold)

Aquaneering is helping the world famous San Diego Zoo save frog species such as the Borneo eared frog and the Panamanian golden frog!

Read all about the efforts of the San Diego Zoo to raise healthy frogs using Aquaneering aquatic housing systems in the March 2015 issue of ZooNooz Magazine.

  Zookeeper Erika DiVenti uses a siphon to carefully remove debris from the bottom of the frog tanks.
    Zookeeper Erika DiVenti uses a siphon to carefully remove debris from the bottom of the frog tanks.
February 18, 2015 The Tees are Here!
The 2015 Art of Science Contest People’s Choice t-shirts have arrived and are for sale! The t-shirts feature the People’s Choice winner, Fengzhu Xiong of Harvard Medical School. The t-shirts will be available for $22 including sales tax. The proceeds from t-shirt sales will raise funds for scholarships for first time attendees to either the Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at Aquaculture America or the International Conference on Zebrafish Development and Genetics held in the US. The rules for applying for one of these scholarships will be announced in August 2015.  
Art of Science tees modeled by Aquaneering employees Nicole (Accounting) and Dustin (Engineering)

T-shirts will be available for sale at the Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at Aquaculture America 2015 at the Aquaneering Booth (# 300-302). They will be available soon in the Aquaneering online store. Until then you can order t-shirts by calling 858-578-2028 or toll free at 888-932-AQUA (2782).

T-shirts are available in women’s sizes S-XL and men’s M-XXL.

January 28, 2015 Hot Off the Press!
  2015 Art of Science Calendar

To download and print your copy of the 2015 Art of Science calendar, visit

Check out present and past winners on the Art of Science Photomicrography Contest page.

January 28, 2015 On the Set of Aquaneering

Brad Tobias and Thom Gilbert are preparing for some of the instructional videos for the Aquaneering website to be shared with customers and used for in-house training.

Instructional video topics will include:

  • UV Sterilizers – Changing the lamps, quartz sleeves, o-rings, and ballasts.
  • Float Switch on a Stand Alone System – How it works
  • Fluidized Bed Biofilter (FBB) on a Stand Alone System – How it works and troubleshooting
  • Carbon Filters on a Stand Alone System – Changing the carbon and filter sleeve
  • Back-up Pump – Switching over to it on a Central Filtration System
  • Overpressurization Loop and Bypass Controls on a Central Filtration System
  • Fluidized Bed Biofilter (FBB) on a Central Filtration System
    – How it works
    – Start up
    – Shut down
    – Troubleshooting (probes, media, pumps, valves)

We'll send out an announcement as soon as these videos become available for customer viewing. Aquaneering will continually add new topics to the instructional video library, and we welcome your feedback.

January 28, 2015 Save the Date!

Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at Aquaculture America 2015!
Friday, February 20 to Saturday, February 21, 2015
New Orleans, Louisiana
Workshop Focus: The Ultimate Goal of Husbandry is to Support the Research

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Allan V. Kalueff, PhD
Modeling Stress in Zebrafish: From Husbandry Concerns to Studying Complex Human Brain Disorders

The Zebrafish Husbandry Association (ZHA) will hold its annual meeting at noon on Friday, February 20.

For more information, contact Bobbi Baur at or visit

  Schedule for Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop at WAS 2015

Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop - Aquaculture 2015 - New Orleans


Friday, February 20, 2015

  • ZHA Annual Meeting
  • Introductions
  • ZHA Sponsored Sessions

Saturday, February 21, 2015

  • Fish Diseases, Parts 1 & 2
  • Husbandry Talks
  • Keynote Speaker – Dr. Alan V. Kalueff
    Modeling Stress in Zebrafish: From Husbandry Concerns to Studying Complex Human Brain Disorders
  • Town Hall Meeting

For the complete schedule, visit .

December 22, 2014

Best Fishes and Happy Holidays from Aquaneering!

  Happy Holidays from Aquaneering (coral courtesy of
November 19, 2014 Winners of the 2015 Art of Science Photomicrography Contest

Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Art of Science Photomicrography Contest!

Thank you to everyone who submitted such interesting and beautiful artistic imagery to the contest, and a big thanks to everyone who voted on Instagram for the People's Choice Award winner! Check out the winning entries on the Art of Science Photomicrography Contest webpage.

The winning images will be featured on our 2015 calendar, which will be distributed in the January issue of Zebrafish Magazine, and the winners will be awarded a total of $2250.00 in cash prizes.

The People's Choice Award image will be featured on a T-shirt sold to raise scholarship funding for first time attendees for the Zebrafish Husbandry Workshop or Zebrafish International Meeting (in the US). The rules for applying for one of these scholarships will be announced in early 2015.

September 28, 2014 Fish Are Social Creatures, and So Are We!
  Aquaneering has gone social! Follow us on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and LinkedIn!
September 9, 2014 Welcome, Sodispan!

We are pleased to introduce Sodispan Research SL as the new equipment and service distributor in Spain. Located in Madrid, they are well positioned to offer service to the entire country. Directors Juan Eugenio Soria Dorado and Eva María Muñoz Alvarez have extensive experience with research institutes, investigation centers, hospitals, and laboratories. Backed by their professional team, they offer a high level of technical knowledge for sales and service of aquatic systems and other animal housing. Juan has been installing and servicing Aquaneering equipment for the past six years in Spain. Sodispan will represent the Aquaneering brand of aquatic housing and provide excellent customer service for maintenance and repairs.

Sodispan Research SL Contact Information:
Phone: +34 629159613

September 9, 2014 New Product Spotlight
  96-Well Plate Pullout Drawer
  • Tank design mirrors a 96 well plate
  • Efficiently houses adult zebrafish while fin clips are processed
  • Hold pairs during embryo screening
  • Fits on many existing rack systems with little or no modification
  • Small gap at the bottom of dividers allows water, waste, and food to travel from compartment to compartment and then down the drain
  • Speeds up feeding
  • Constructed from polycarbonate
  • Removable dividers and lids allow for easy cleaning of the molded tank and components

For more product information, visit R&D Aquatics. For pricing and ordering information, please contact Aquaneering.



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