[Norway] About eight million farmed salmon have suffocated in northern Norway over the past week as a result of persistent algae Continue reading More than 8 million farmed salmon in Norway killed by algae bloom
[Norway] The Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard in the Arctic Ocean is home to majestic creatures like polar bears, Arctic foxes, Continue reading These reindeer may be getting hooked on seaweed thanks to climate change
[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