September 26th 2017
In many municipalities, the coastal zone has become a significant arena where there are different and conflicting interests. Nofima has been given the task of finding how municipalities approach planning the coastal zone, and identifying what affects the quality of planning processes and the time spent on these.
September 18th 2017
How does fish farming affect wild fish, and why do fishermen experience the quality of wild fish near aquaculture facilities differently from what scientists have documented?
August 28th 2017
One of Nofima’s researchers has participated in ten EU applications since 2010. No fewer than nine of these projects have received funding; five of them via Horizon 2020. He is now teaching his colleagues his methods. Here are some of his tips and experiences.
August 4th 2017
Nofima scientists, in collaboration with Nortura, have developed a method for identifying chicken breasts affected with a muscle syndrome called Wooden Breast (WB).
July 26th 2017
Without international cooperation, dealing with global food crime is impossible. Now, a European standard on terminology and concepts related to food fraud is being formulated, so as to ensure univocal communication on the subject.
July 21st 2017
Planning a fishing trip this summer? The Nofima researchers have some excellent advice for ensuring that your catch is of the best possible quality.
July 20th 2017
We can’t ask a fish how it feels. Scientists have now compiled a manual for fish farmers and other interested stakeholders on what indicators to use to assess farmed salmon welfare.
July 20th 2017
Nofima is a proud backer as the product virgin herring, which was developed only a few years ago, attracts young customer groups and wins gold in Germany.
July 17th 2017
A number of Nofima researchers are publishing a collection of the established knowledge and research results on king crab and snow crab in the renowned scientific journal “Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture”.
July 10th 2017
Sileshi Gizachew Wubshet is a rising young star in the Norwegian science community. The Nofima scientist has been awarded almost NOK 7 million from the Research Council of Norway for a project he is deeply passionate about.