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Cod’s sex gene identified

Using a tiny DNA sample from cod, it is now possible to determine both the sex of the fish and whether it is a coastal cod or skrei.

Biggest is not always best

It seems that the largest smolt do not always perform best in the sea. New research shows that there is still more to learn about salmon.

Sociable lumpfish

Lumpfish are cleaner fish used to fight salmon lice. Good feed and the right environment are key for lumpfish to “thrive” at work.

TastyKelp

Macro algae is one of the world’s largest renewable biomasses. It’s potential for creating values is underutilized in the Nordic countries. Sustainability is a key concept for Nofima and therefore macro algae is one of the strategic focus areas. In recent years, the strategic focus has been on cultivation, processing and extraction, especially from sugar […]

FutureEUAqua

The overall objective of FutureEUAqua is to effectively promote sustainable growth of resilient to climate changes, environmental friendly organic and conventional aquaculture of major fish species and low trophic level organisms in Europe, to meet future challenges with respect to the growing consumer demand for high quality, nutritious and responsibly produced food.

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