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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all who celebrate from the entire SEADLING team!

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SEADLING's founder Simon Davis among outstanding entrepreneurs in Sabah

Breeze Magazine is Borneo's lifestyle magazine and according to their LinkedIn page is "the true definition of modern entertainment, arts, culture and lifestyle in Borneo." In the November 2021 issue, the magazine interviewed outstanding social entrepreneurs in East Malaysia's state Sabah. One of them is SEADLING's founder Simon Davis.

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SEADLING presents at Asia-Pacific Agri-Food Innovation Summit

Let’s connect at the #APACAgriFood Innovation summit on Nov 16-18 where SEADLING will present our innovative solution in the Innovation in Action session at the summit hosted by GROW.

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SEADLING showcased at Asia's leading innovation and technology festival

SEADLING is excited to be showcased at the Singapore Week of Innovation and Technology (SWITCH) that brings together innovators from the Global-Asia innovation ecosystem.

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Seaweed feed reduces methane emissions in cows

Seaweed is often hailed as "the savior from the sea" and this versatile plant could be indeed the solution for many pressing global challenges, such as food security, economic stability and climate change. Read more about how adding seaweed to a cow's diet can substantially reduce methane emissions.

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Return to Full Operations Post-Covid

SEADLING is pleased to announce that, following a pause of operations during the recent Covid-19 crisis, we are now fully operational again in our lab, hatchery and field facilities. We are excited to be returning to our important work and we hope that everyone stays safe and healthy during this challenging time.

SEADLING is using technology and science to advance in the seaweed industry
SEADLING Collaborates with University of Malaysia Sabah

SEADLING has signed a research agreement with the Biotechnology Research Institute at the University of Malaysia Sabah to develop innovations in seaweed cultivation. The collaboration is a win-win for both parties to use economies of scale and strenghtening reaearch opportunities.