The CDI-NANO-RAS project aims at testing novel technologies for the control of off chemicals in RAS as well as purging systems. We hypothesise that the combined use of novel capacitive deionization (CDI) technology and photocatalytic nanotechnological surface coatings can provide an energetically efficient method for the control of off-taste development in RAS as well as in reducing the duration and water usage in pre-harvest purging. The overall aim is to develop cost effective solutions applicable for the modern RAS industry.
The "Happy Salmon" project aims is to contribute with knowledge and solutions for a successful Atlantic salmon smolt production using novel sustainable feeds and that are applicable in modern recirculating landbased farming systems.
The NON-Fôr project aims to build upon the state-of-the-art knowledge from previous EU and National projects and develop improved practices in feed manufacturing technology to promote the use of third generation ingredients in critical life stages of Atlantic salmon - startfeeding, during smoltification and in post smolt production.
The knowledge generated in this collaborative effort will highly valuable during the current pandemic, e.g. in order to accurately inform the public on the risks associated with tobacco use and to adapt the support to smoking cessation in the health care services.
Dette programmet tar for seg konsekvensene som klimaendringene har på naturressursene i den nordiske regionen. Resultatene fra programmet skal brukes i utarbeidelsen av en klimapolitikk innenfor dette området.