SINTEF Ocean joins Aker and World Economic Forum's worldwide network for ocean data
C4IR Ocean aims to establish the world's largest and most comprehensive platform for data from the ocean space realm. Together with SINTEF Ocean, and the other 16 partners in the centre, the platform will lay the groundwork for developing sustainable, ocean-based solutions for the future.
Model testing opens new possibilities
As a part of the project “Design and Verification of Large Floating Coastal Structures” (LFCS), a new model test was recently conducted in the Ocean Basin Laboratory.
Apply for Fully EC-Funded Access to Top-Class Research Infrastructures with AQUAEXCEL 2020
SINTEF Ocean is part of AQUAEXCEL 2020 where you can apply for fully EC-funded Access to top-class research infrastructures with AQUAEXCEL 2020.
Global Aquatech Summit
The young and growing aquaculture industry is in rapid development. World Resource Institute has estimated that the production must be doubled from the 65-70 million metric tons today, to 160 million metric tons by 2050. This to keep up with the demand for fish from an increasing population, up to 10 billion people at that time.
Apply for Fully EC-Funded Access to Top-Class Research Infrastructures with AQUAEXCEL2020
SINTEF Ocean is part of the AQUAculture infrastructures for EXCELlence in European fish research towards 2020, a Horizon 2020 research infrastructure project, aiming to support the sustainable growth of the aquaculture sector in Europe.
A “health centre” for juvenile salmon
The condition of the water in salmon hatcheries can tell us a great deal about when and why outbreaks of disease occur. Now, SINTEF researchers are about to expose the water’s secrets, both to prevent suffering in fish and to save the aquaculture industry a great deal of money.
New project shall provide better understanding of food value chain and network dynamics
To address specific challenges facing the food system and food value chains in Europe, SINTEF Ocean along with 21 international partners from Europe and Asia, have kick started the EU Horizon2020 project VALUMICS in June 2017.
Monitoring algae can prevent fish losses
A new simulation tool may prevent damage to fish during delousing.