[Norway] Norway’s Lingalaks has begun growing salmon that have had Veramaris’ algal oil worked into their diet, the company said.
[Denmark, Norway] Three red (Mastocarpus stellatus, Palmaria palmata, and Porphyra sp.), four brown (Alaria esculenta, Laminaria Continue reading Potential of seaweed as a protein source in dairy rations
[Norway] A project assessing the use of microalgae byproducts from the biofuel industry as a protein replacement in feeds for farmed Continue reading Biofuel byproducts show salmon feed potential
[EU, Norway] This is the first of upcoming snippets about Bellona Foundation’s work on aquaculture and marine biomass. Continue reading The great blue – Bellona solutions for sustainable aquaculture
[Norway] A number of novel applications for the cultured marine plants are currently being developed in Norway, thanks in part to Continue reading Algae and plankton: how to cash in on the “new oil”?
[Norway] Researchers and industry in Norway are designing the world’s largest seaweed cultivation vessel to meet growing demand Continue reading What lies beneath: the ship that could revolutionise seaweed cultivation
[Norway] Lerøy, one of the world’s leading seafood groups and based in Bergen, Norway, will start producing salmon products rich Continue reading Lerøy to start feeding microalgae to its salmon
[Norway] The collaboration between the two companies is an important step in building a more responsible and sustainable Continue reading Leroy Seafood to raise Norwegian salmon on feed made with algae
[Norway] Aqua Bio Technology ASA has entered into a development agreement with Banco Espanol de Algas (BEA), a center associated Continue reading Aqua Bio Technology enters new technology partnership
[Norway] A new paper uses alkenones from the Svalbard islands and is among the first studies that present Arctic summer temperature Continue reading Algal fat opens window to past Arctic temperatures