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Promac Final Conference

Promac Final Conference

We would like to invite you to join us at the presentation of results from the PROMAC projects and meet with the stakeholders involved in the seaweed industry in Ålesund.

Program

8th November

09:00-12:30:
• Workshop on seaweed processing: results of PROMAC, ISBIT and Makroterm projects.

13:00-17:30:

  • Key-notes: Presentations from the projects Macrosea (Norwegian Research Council)
  • Macrocascade (EU) and Macrofuel (EU)
  • Macroalgae – cultivation, harvesting and composition
  • Processing of macroalgae into high value products

9th November

08:30-13:00:

  • Macroalgae and health
  • Seaweed based protein vs soybean protein as a protein source for fish feed
  • How to establish a seaweed industry in Norway?
Sted
Norsk Maritimt Konferansesenter
Adresse
Borgundveien 340, 6009 Ålesund
Start
08.11.2018 21:00 Legg til i kalender
Slutt
10.11.2018 13:00
Påmeldingsfrist
07.11.2018 00:00:00

PROMAC has examined different approaches to the production of proteins and health promoting ingredients for human food and animal feed through the sustainable production and processing of macroalgae. The project focuses on the three species (Alaria esculenta, Saccharina latissima and Palmaria palmata). In addition, 3 spin-off projects have been financed to further explore preservation process of seaweeds after harvesting, including effects on the quality of the raw material and energy requirements.

PROMAC (Energy-efficient PROcessing of MACroalgae in blue-green value chains) is a 2015-2018 project funded by the HAVBRUK2 program from the Norwegian Research Council. The project, coordinated by Møreforsking AS, draws on key expertise from both Norwegian (SINTEF, NIBIO, NTNU and NMBU) and European (CEVA, MATIS and SLU) research institutes, as well as industrial partners (Tafjord Kraftvarme, Felleskjøpet Fôrutvikling, Firmenich, Blue Legasea, The Northern Company, Orkla Foods, Hortimare and Marinox).

More information about the project at www.promac.no 

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