In one project, Matt Baranski and his colleagues developed an efficient DNA test for tracing escaped farmed salmon.
In one project, Matt Baranski and his colleagues developed an efficient DNA test for tracing escaped farmed salmon. Photo: Jon-Are Berg-Jacobsen/Nofima

Projects

Nofima is involved at any moment in several hundred projects, from long-term industrially targeted fundamental research to short innovation projects, where the results are immediately put to use. A few of our projects are presented here. Could you benefit from Nofima’s expertise? Contact us to find out.

 

 

ActiBioSafe

Romanian and Norwegian scientists join forces to develop new innovative food packaging biomaterials with antimicrobial and antioxidant properties.

1. January 2014 – 31. December 2017

Researcher: Morten Sivertsvik

BACCHUS

The main objective of the BACCHUS project is to develop tools and resources that will facilitate scientific evidence that can be used to support health claims related to cardiovascular health in humans.

1. October 2012 – 31. December 2016

Researcher: Kjersti Aaby

CATCH

CATCH is a visionary project where the objective is to “catch” the maximal sustainable value of wild Atlantic cod based on live storage.

1. April 2014 – 31. March 2018

Researcher: Grundvåg Geir Sogn

Children and taste

There is a large potential for a better health in the population by improving diet and dietary behavior. It's particularly important to facilitate a healthy and varied diet for children and teenagers.

1. January 2014 – 31. December 2017

Researchers: Valèrie Lengard Almli, Paula A.Tomasco Varela, Frida Felicia Vennerød

ClimeFish

Climate changes are happening right now and they are threatening sustainable growth in aquaculture and fisheries worldwide. ClimeFish wants to draw the focus to the necessity of change, both …

1. April 2016 – 31. March 2020

Researcher: Petter Olsen

Clippfish markets

The current focus is on the future competitive situation for Norwegian clipfish. Are the competitive advantages for the Norwegian industry eroding? If so, why?

1. January 2014 – 31. December 2016

Researcher: Ingelinn Eskildsen Pleym