Tagged: Aquaculture

A fish farming facility.

The key to precise salmon measurement

Norwegian startup OptoScale uses laser lights to accurately measure the weight of fish Rasmus Falck Oslo, Norway Norway’s long and jagged coastline surrounded by cold, fresh seawater provides excellent conditions for aquaculture activities. The...

Aquaculture, Norway and the World

John Erik Stacy, 4 Oct 2010 Norway has exported more than $ 2.7 billion worth of “farmed fish” and other products of aquaculture so far this year. This is a 30% increase relative to...

The last wild food

Paul Greenburg writes about fishing and aquaculture in his book “Four Fish” John Erik Stacy, 27 Aug 2010 On August 10, Paul Greenberg, author, journalist, lover of sea food and fishing, spoke in Seattle...

Aquaculture research under many RCN programs

The most recent newsletter from the HAVBRUK programme presents a selection of projects illustrating the breadth and diversity of this research. The HAVBRUK programme is dedicated to aquaculture research, but the programme can only...

Norwegian Team Completes Cod Genome

Scientist from a consortium of Norwegian marine and aquaculture institutions has announced this week that they have generated the first ever draft sequence and assembly of the Atlantic cod genome. The results, presented at...

King Harald of Norway opens the 30th Aqua Nor

H.M. King Harald opened the international trade show Aqua Nor in Trondheim on August 18. For 30 years Aqua Nor has served as a meeting place for suppliers of equipment and services, fish farmers,...

Scotland and Norway sign memorandum

Today, August 17, Scotland and Norway have signed a Memorandum of Undersanding (MoU) on aquaculture. “We can learn from each other, and develop our industries even further,” says the Norwegian Minister of Fisheries and...

Norway Profits from US Trade

The annual value of goods exported to United States is more than $7 billion By John Erik Stacy 17 October 2008 Raw materials and technology The Beatles once sang of “Norwegian Wood”, but what...