6. June 2019
A research report from Nofima and the NTNU Social Research puts forward new ideas for the future planning of sea areas. For example, could the introduction of marine industrial parks – industrial parks at sea – provide more space for the aquaculture industry?
During this project, the researchers shall gather new, multidisciplinary knowledge about how the marine industries can coexist in a good way along the coast, and develop new methodologies and models for such coexistence.
19. December 2018
With high-quality pictures of the stomach content of the fish, fish buyers bidding on catches at auctions can avoid buying a “pig in a poke”.
5. December 2018
A new, unique web portal is being launched today that reflects the influence of Norwegian aquaculture along the coast - both on the ocean and society as a whole.
12. October 2018
Progress in breeding work can provide a basis for profitable cod farming according to a new report just submitted by Nofima to the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries (NFD).
Can we increase the value of salmon by emphasizing salmon quality in different ways?
A new research project will investigate and analyse relevant management models for aquaculture in the future.
18. January 2018
An advanced light meter developed by Nofima is set to revolutionise the processing of fish. White fish can be sorted according to the amount of blood in the fillet before it is cut open, allowing better utilisation of each individual fish and better profitability for fishing companies.
18. September 2017
How does fish farming affect wild fish, and why do fishermen experience the quality of wild fish near aquaculture facilities differently from what scientists have documented?
12. June 2017
Organic salmon can be difficult to find in European shops, and people do not know much about organic fish in general. New research highlights the need for updating EU regulations. This could create clearer regulations for organic aquaculture and increased consumer trust.