Advances may make fish farming a healthy prospect, even for inner cities
By Janet Raloff, 15:47 PM April 15, 2008
An economic renaissance is apparent in much of Baltimore, including the cobblestoned, 225-year-old Fells Point neighborhood that hugs a northern edge of the city's Inner Harbor. Some 18th-century storefronts display antiques, others feature homemade ethic cuisine. Construction on towering new hotels booms overhead.
Inside a nondescript, greenish-beige waterfront warehouse, marine biologists are laboring over their own contribution to this area's economic revitalization. The ambitious goal of ...
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