2. July 2019
Previously, Nofima scientists have reported that salmon skin is strengthened if there is enough omega-3 and zinc in their feed. A new report shows that these nutrients also provide an important interaction in the intestines and likely the gills of salmon.
12. June 2019
Nofima cordially invites you to six short and newsworthy presentations.
25. April 2019
In recent years, amoebic gill disease (AGD) has become a serious disease among sea-farmed salmon. Researchers are now developing a new method of treatment that will be milder on both fish and the environment compared to existing methods.
8. April 2019
Now CtrlAQUA SFI is half way through the lifetime of the centre, which is from 2015 to 2023. For anyone who are curious of the status and way forward for the research on closed containment aquaculture, this annual report for 2018 is good to read.
12. December 2018
In September 2019, the first symposium on mucosal health in aquaculture will be kicked off in Oslo.
30. November 2018
Stress slows wound healing in fish, according to doctoral work done by Lene Sveen at Nofima. Sveen defends her thesis 30 November 2018 at University of Bergen.
29. November 2018
We are happy to announce that the 1st International Symposium on Mucosal Health in Aquaculture (MHA2019) will take place in Oslo, Norway from 11 to 13 September 2019. MHA2019 will be the first of its kind and will initiate a unique global network dedicated to advance mucosal health research in aquaculture.
11. April 2018
In its third year, scientists, farmers and technology suppliers at the CtrlAQUA Centre have researched and acquired new knowledge about farming in closed-containment aquaculture systems. Such knowledge will contribute to the Centre’s ambition to make closed systems off-the-shelf products.
12. February 2018
The overall aim of the project is to expand the knowledge on how the environment affects the biology of farmed fish and develop robust systems that may be used to screen and evaluate the impacts of the challenges related to changing environment.
18. January 2018
This project will explore an alternative strategy to treat amoebic gill disease (AGD), a serious problem in Atlantic salmon aquaculture.