A broad spectrum of marine research
Research conducted at the Norwegian College of Fishery Science is concentrated around two main areas: marine resource management and marine biotechnology. This includes basic research and thematically directed research aimed at the industry, divided into six research groups.
Our research is conducted in close cooperation with the research environments of the faculty and the university, as well as other partners – both local, regional, national and international.
Research at the NCFS is carried out by permanent research staff, project researchers and PhD-students. Bachelor and master students are also involved at all levels of research.
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Masteroppgaver:Gombau, Ronan : Financial feasibility of seaweed farming in Norway Holstad, Anna Mjøen : Biokjemisk sammensetning av gonader fra kråkeboller (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) - Effekt av sesong, miljø og fôrsammensetning Jonassen, Runa Ösp Gudmundsdottir : Bevaring av marine områder i Norge: En studie av hvordan det norske rammeverket for bevaring av marine områder gjennomføres i praksis
Artikler og rapporter:Esaiassen, Margrethe / Jensen, Tonje Kristin / Edvinsen, Guro Kristine / Otnæs, Carina H.A. / Ageeva, Tatiana Nikolaevna / Mæhre, Hanne K : Nutritional value and storage stability in commercially produced organically and conventionally farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) in Norway Schneider, Yannik Karl Heinz / Hagestad, Ole Christian / Li, Chun / Hansen, Espen Holst / Andersen, Jeanette Hammer : Selective isolation of Arctic marine actinobacteria and a down-scaled fermentation and extraction strategy for identifying bioactive compounds Lima, Serena / Lokesh, Jep / Schulze, Peter S.C. / Wijffels, Rene Hubertus / Kiron, Viswanath / Scargiali, Francesca / Petters, Sebastian / Bernstein, Hans Christopher / Morales-Sanchez, Daniela : Flashing lights affect the photophysiology and expression of carotenoid and lipid synthesis genes in Nannochloropsis gaditana
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