19. januar 2017
Nofima’s Board of Directors has given the green light to the renovation of Nofima’s research station at Sunndalsøra in Norway, for approximately EUR 2.4 million. This will result in increased capacity, quality and research opportunities.
25. oktober 2016
Nofima has evaluated the introduction of the new landing regulations for the Norwegian fishing industry, and found several factors that are not functioning satisfactorily.
13. mai 2016
What is quality? And what makes it good? Or bad? These are difficult questions that Nofima scientists have decided to tackle when it comes to seafood.
18. april 2016
Scientists at Nofima have developed bread that may help reduce blood cholesterol levels in those who eat it. Knowledge about how the dietary fibre beta-glucan functions has enabled them to develop a bread recipe and a baking method that retain the beta-glucans as intact as possible.
14. januar 2016
With an increasing population of elderly people in Norway the number of people with chewing and swallowing difficulties is rising. Researcher, chefs and food producers want to ensure that they too can have attractive, tasty and nutritious food.
20. februar 2014
Through the EU-project AQUAEXCEL, European researchers can apply for conducting research experiments at several aquaculture research facilities in Europe. In Norway, Nofima has two research facilities that are very modern and highly equipped, with plenty of opportunities.
29. januar 2014
The North Sea herring reinvented. In close cooperation with the herring industry, Nofima has developed new, exciting products from the traditional fish.
7. august 2013
Cod can smell its prey from 700 m away. New sustainable bait enables anglers to rub a scent on their hook in order to be able to more easily attract fish such as cod, salmon and halibut.
10. mai 2013
If you are like most people, you think about salmonella when you hear about pathogenic bacteria from chicken. Infection from Campylobacter jejuni bacteria is far more common, however, and is the commonest cause of bacterial diarrhoea in western countries.
15. mars 2013
“My PhD thesis demonstrates that it is important to study protein interactions with small ligands. These small molecules from herring have been applied in the trial with HIV enzymes. We have observed that these ligands have influenced the HIV enzymes,” says Tony Christopeit. He is a scientist in marine biology at the food research institute Nofima. On February 14 this year, he defended his PhD thesis entitled “Protein Interaction Studies with Low Molecular Weight Ligands”.