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Matsvinn i India
CYCLE - Total utilization of raw materials in the supply chain for food with a bio-economical perspective - 2017:00859 A
The CYCLE project aims to achieve total utilization of raw material from fish, chicken and vegetables. This will be carried out by means of the development of new bioprocesses and technological solutions, combined with assessments of socio-economic challenges focusing on sustainability. The project ...
Cascading Norwegian co-streams for bioeconomic transition
A circular bioeconomy has become a global aspiration for governments in Europe and around the globe. This article pursues research questions concerning concrete innovations aiming to create bioeconomic transition options in Norway and presents results from a transdisciplinary investigation of Norweg...
CYCLE prosjektet - fremtidens spissteknologi
Bioøkonomi - vårt nye industrieventyr.
Upcycling food for planet earth - towards total utilisation of co-streams
Total utnyttelse av råstoffet i en matkjede med kretsløp og bærekraft i fokus
Production of High Quality Fish Oil by Thermal Treatment and Enzymatic Protein Hydrolysis from Fresh Norwegian Spring Spawning Herring By-Products
There is an increasing demand for omega-3 containing fish oils. By-products from fish fillet production can be utilized for the production of fish oils and be a valuable source of omega-3 for human consumption. The aim of this work was to evaluate industrial processes for production of quality oil f...
Workshop in Trondheim and excursions to the Norwegian seafood industry and NTNU
During the SeaMed project we have arranged workshops and visited seafood industry in Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo and Bosnia & Herzegovina. In October 2014, the whole consortium visited Trondheim. The three-day workshop included excursions to the Norwegian Seafood industry and NTNU. The final res...