Prosjektet dokumenteter kvalitetsstatus for råstoff av torsk og hyse, ved levering fra fisker.
CtrlAQUA is a Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI) that will lay the foundation for the development of closed-containment concepts of the future. With greater control of the production process, it will be possible to reduce problems associated with mortality and sea lice, and to reduce the production time for farmed salmon.
8. juni 2011
Research carried out by Nofima points to the fact that fish which is bled, cooled and stored correctly can keep for at least 24 hours before being gutted and still maintain good quality.
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.
1. september 2016
An ingenious little pad that gently emits extra CO2, can extend the shelf life of a package of fresh cod by more than half a week. A total of four extra days!
4. februar 2016
Ambitions are high, funding is available and the technology is well on the way when it comes to closed aquaculture facilities. This means that the road from research to implementation may be short. This is what tempted two international scientists to move to Sunndalsøra on the west coast of Norway, to be involved in developing the new generation of closed-containment salmon aquaculture facilities.
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.
11. august 2015
Tweaking breeding methods could allow European fish farming – or aquaculture – to produce more efficiently. An EU-funded project is studying how hi-tech breeding techniques can promote disease resistance and fast, efficient growth in six commonly farmed fish species, improving fish welfare, impacts on wildlife and farm productivity.
12. mars 2015
As several of the world’s leading food distributors, environmental NGOs, food science institutes, and seafood industry experts, we have joined together to call for a set of specific actions to ensure that all wild-caught fish products are fully traceable to legal fishing activities.