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In 1970, a research team at Kinki University’s Fisheries Laboratory in Wakayama Prefecture was handed what was believed to be an impossible task — to create technology that would support the fully-closed life-cycle aquaculture of bluefin tuna.

Joining a number of rival domestic universities and organizations as part of a government-backed project, Kinki University was given just three years to succeed.

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