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Finalist for Future Food Asia 2023 Singapore

SEADLING was recently named a finalist at the Future FoodAsia 2023 conference in Singapore, between May 16 and 17, 2023.

International Seaweed Symposium: ISS 2023, Hobart

Our Head of Cultivation,Research and Development, Melania Lynn Cornish's journey from Nova Scotia, Canada, to Hobart, Tasmania for the 24th International Seaweed Symposium was nothing short of extraordinary.

SEADLING at International Events

This week marks a significant milestone for SEADLING. Representatives from our company is currently participating in two prominent events simultaneously, one in Singapore and the other in Bologna, Italy.

SEADLING 2022 Annual Sustainability Report

We are delighted to share our latest report on sustainability at SEADLING. As a company that uses biotechnology to positively impact seaweed farming and society, we realize the importance of sustainable practices in everything we do.

SEADLING's International Collaboration

SEADLING recently was in Thailand for the SPACE-F accelerator program by RISE - Corporate Innovation Powerhouse to speed up the progress of seaweed innovation for pet feed.

Welcome to SEADLING

Please join us in welcoming Melania Lynn Cornish as the Head of Seaweed R&D to the SEADLING team.

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Study on the scientific evidence of the benefits of SEADLING Pet

SEADLING has started a non-invasive product test with the Universiti Putra Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur to obtain scientific data about the efficacy of our fermented, prebiotic seaweed supplement SEADLING Pet.

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Promising results of seaweed carbon sequestration study presented at OCEANS 2050 conference

SEADLING's founder Simon Davis was thrilled to have the opportunity to attend the Oceans2050 conference in Granada, Spain two weeks ago where exciting findings of a global study on seaweed carbon sequestration were presented.

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SEADLING team locates asparagopsis seaweed in Sabah

The world is home to almost 1.5 billion cattle and each of them emits 100 and 300 litres of methane per day - making the cattle-farming sector one of the largest methane emitters globally. In fact, the industry accounts for an estimated 15 percent of the world’s anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions.

But the solution for this growing problem might be close: An inconspicuous red seaweed species called Asparagopsis is scientifically proven to reduce methane emissions in cattle drastically.

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Welcome to the SEADLING team!

SEADLING is thrilled to announce that Mr. Amar Mardiansah has joined our steadily growing team last week!

Amar is responsible for processing seaweed as well as operating manufacturing equipment in our factory based in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

A warm welcome Amar to the exciting world of seaweed and to being part of the huge opportunities ahead of us.