1. December 2020
Vasco Mota is becoming one of Norway’s foremost RAS scientists; land-based, closed-containment aquaculture systems using recirculated water. After completing his PhD and spending four years actively researching this field, the Nofima scientist is absolutely certain that RAS technology will play a key role in the future growth of aquaculture.
12. October 2020
Nofima scientists studied the effect of LED light on salmon performance in closed-containment recirculated aquaculture systems.
This project will study how feed composition affects physiological mechanisms that control the pigmentation of salmon muscle and contribute to the development of a feed that secure good and predictable pigmentation of farmed salmon.
A major technological shift in a 344 million annual production of Atlantic salmon smolt is occurring in Norway.
15. August 2019
Advanced technology is helping the aquaculture industry to take a step towards the future. But what about biology?
Can we increase the value of salmon by emphasizing salmon quality in different ways?
10. January 2017
European fish breeders can now integrate tools and technologies developed in FISHBOOST into their breeding programmes.
11. July 2016
Norwegian salmon is becoming more and more popular in Turkey. Turkish importers are asking Norway to take a long-term view by building up good relationships with Turkish companies that are active in the seafood market, and in general marketing their products to Turkish consumers in a better way.
15. December 2015
A consumer survey in France, Germany, Great Britain and Italy shows that most people don’t know what is meant by “organic fish”.
In this multi-disciplinary project we have studied the entire value chain for mackerel and farmed salmon.