7. February 2019
Researcher Florent Govaerts has researched French newspapers over a ten-year period to examine what is being been written about Norwegian salmon. Most of the 134 articles were negative, which might have had a negative impact on its reputation.
16. October 2018
Full temperature control leads to better sausages, control of water content means better french fries, and knowledge of the amount of fat in salmon improves customer differentiation.
Can we increase the value of salmon by emphasizing salmon quality in different ways?
14. December 2017
Åsa Espmark is the new Centre Director of CtrlAQUA. She takes over from Bendik Fyhn Terjesen who has headed the Centre from its inception in 2015.
30. November 2017
Preliminary trials and analyses of omega-3-rich oil from genetically modified rape seed indicate that it is safe to use in salmon feed.
24. April 2017
For Norway to be the best at closed-containment aquaculture systems (CCS) of salmon, we need knowledge from the best of the best. Norway’s researchers are now working with leading Japanese and North American researchers.
Nofima cordially invites aquaculture industry to six short and newsworthy presentations. Scientists will present new research findings about the growth and health of salmon and associated challenges of closed systems. You will get an expert opinion on the potential of this new production form from the knowledge hub of CtrlAQUA.
Fourth Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture Sunndalsøra 25-26 October 2016
15. March 2016
We are eating more and more fish. And fresh fish and fillet products account for the biggest increase in consumption. This presents both challenges and opportunities when it comes to shelf life and the packaging of fresh fish. Today, the use of the bacteria-inhibiting gas carbon dioxide (CO2) seem to be the best solution for the freshness, smell and taste of salmon fillets.
12. February 2016
Nations such as Chile and Scotland have a big competitive advantage thanks to free trade agreements with major salmon markets. Researchers are now going to study such agreements to see how they affect the competitiveness of Norwegian salmon.