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Gene editing is a new technology that has potential to provide new opportunities for breeding to improve production efficiency and disease resistance. Cardiomyopathy syndrome (CMS) is a disease which causes economic losses and adversely affects the welfare of fish in Norwegian aquaculture. Use of state-of-the-art gene editing technologies for improvement of CMS resistance is likely […]


Enzymatic protein hydrolysis (EPH) is a versatile processing technology of animal and marine by-products. The process involves addition of enzymes to by-products, which results in three fractions: soluble proteins and peptides, lipids, and a mineral-rich sediment. Companies worldwide are investing in this technology to fully utilise their by-products. A primary goal is to introduce protein […]

SFI Harvest

The ocean hosts a large number of species, especially in lower trophic levels, that are either not harvested or only marginally utilised. These species, such as mesopelagic fish, krill and Calanus, could improve food security and the wellbeing of humanity. SFI Harvest will draw upon Norway’s leading position in the ocean and offshore sectors to […]


Increasing global competition for natural resources poses major challenges to the Arctic region. These include strategically planning of fair distribution of economic gains and work opportunities, whilst simultaneously minimising the impact of ecological, social, cultural and political challenges and tensions that will arise through expansion of new businesses.

Sustainable afteruse of lumpfish

The main objective with the project is to provide the knowledge necessary to achieve sustainable exploitation of farmed lumpfish.

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