Moen, Birgitte; Henjum, Kristi; Måge, Ingrid; Knutsen, Svein Halvor; Rud, Ida; Hetland, Ragna Bogen; Paulsen, Jan Erik (2016)
Nofima is a leading institute for applied research within the fields of fisheries, aquaculture and food research.
Rosenfeld, Hans; Haffner, Karin; Jeksrud, Willy; Sundell, Hans (2000)
Christensen, Line Bach; Skåra, Torstein (2015)
Mathiesen, Geir; Axelsen, Gunnhild W.; Eijsink, Vincent; Axelsson, Lars (2006)
Blikra, Marthe Jordbrekk (2018)
29. april 2014
Phosphorus is a vital mineral that must be added to salmon feed to ensure that the fish grow normally and develop a healthy skeleton. Global reserves of phosphorus, however, are limited, and industries that depend on this mineral must increase their use of current sources. An unexploited gold mine of phosphorus for the aquaculture industry is available in filleting waste.
27. februar 2012
How can aquaculturists and capture-based aquaculturists reduce the incidence and severity of injuries and deformities in their fish? A team of international scientists have recently published a review paper that aims to synthesise practical, state of the art knowledge on this matter.
Snow crab is a relatively new species for the Norwegian seafood industry. The aim of this project has been to contribute towards a sustainable crab fishery in the future and to make the best possible use of this new resource.
5. april 2011
A new line of research known as ‘Seafood’ recently launched by Professor Joop Luten at Wageningen University, aims to make the flavour of the exotic but increasingly common Japanese oyster more appealing to the average consumer. He is also exploring possible ways of sustainably regulating the level of essential nutrients (such as selenium) in farmed fish.