My team studied bluefin tuna otoliths to learn why some populations are recovering faster than others.
Breeding tuna in captivity is a promising solution to overfishing, but there are concerns surrounding fish welfare.
To fish the oceans sustainably, nations must reduce bycatch, or accidental catches. But fishermen often resist changing gear or techniques that kill nontargeted species.
Thousands of hours of ocean footage reveal how fish rub their heads on sharks to scrape off parasites and scratch itches.
Just about every creature on Earth needs to grab some Zs from time to time. Imagine trying to doze while dodging great whites and killer whales.
A tin of tuna is significantly cheaper than many types of fresh meat or fish. But how much can you eat before you need to worry about mercury?
Fisheries agreements favour the European Union and don’t do enough to protect African interests.
Researchers used an old theory on vibrating plane wings to study how fish swim so well. They were able to double the swimming efficiency of their robotic fish over a range of speeds.
Which species are becoming endangered and which are recovering, according to the IUCN World Conservation Congress?
Climate change models predict tuna will leave the waters of Pacific Island nations, meaning they will lose a crucial revenue source.
As more and more plastic trash permeates the oceans, fragments are making their way into fish and shellfish – and potentially into humans.
Fishers who hunt wild tuna use fish’s natural attraction to floating objects to lure them to known positions near GPS-equipped rafts. However, these rafts are attracting increasing concern.
It doesn’t always pay to know what’s really in your food – but it’s fun to find out, anyway.
Children in England are among the most tested and unhappiest in the western world.
For the most nutritious and sustainable seafood option, try small ocean fish.
Blockchain is now helping to bring much-needed transparency to the global tuna industry, which has been prone to corruption, human slavery and unsustainable fishing practices.
Australians love canned tuna. Here’s our handy guide to finding the most sustainable options for you (and your cat).
Blue Planet II reveals what fantastic predators they are.
Five food experts peer under the bread to plumb the histories of the country’s unique sandwiches, from favorites like tuna fish to lesser-known fare like the woodcock.
Are consumers being duped into thinking they are supporting a sustainable fishery?