An Australian company has been honoured for producing the World’s Second Best Invention of 2009, writes Nick Gibson.
Cleas Seas Tuna has been recognised for its attempts to breed Southern Bluefin Tuna in captivity with Time magazine naming it the world’s second best invention of the year.
Time says it is second only to “the best and smartest and coolest thing built in 2009″ - NASA’s Ares 1 rocket - and ahead of the AIDS vaccine. “By coaxing the fussy Southern Bluefin to breed in landlocked tanks, Clean Seas may finally have given the future of bluefin aquaculture legs”.
Clean Seas founder Hagen Stehr says the company aims to offer a sustainable source of quality seafood for a protein hungry world at a time when food security is of concern.
“Our achievement is a world first, and a major stepping stone to presenting the world with a sustainable food resource for the future,” Mr Stehr said.
“Australia - and South Australia particularly - has been seen as a clean and reliable supplier of premium quality seafood products for some time.”
Over the next few months, Clean Seas will commence a commercial propagation and grow-out program for Southern Bluefin Tuna after becoming the first organisation in the world to close the life-cycle of SBT in April this year.
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