Sustainable tuna fisheries through advanced earth observation technologies
Sustainable tuna fisheries through advanced earth observation technologies (SusTunTech) aims to improve fisheries sustainability. The project will enhance the fishing industry profit as well as contributing to fisheries sustainability.
CCShip - Deploying Carbon Capture and Storage for ships to enable maritime CO2 emission mitigation
As an efficient transport method, maritime shipping has been the backbone of the world economy, accounting for over 75 % of the global trade by volume. Consequently, international shipping is responsible for 2 % of global greenhouse gas emissions. To meet the objective of the Paris Agreement, it is critical to significantly reduce shipping GHG emissions. This will have a significant impact on the marine industry and Norway as the 5th largest ship owning country.
FME NorthWind (Norwegian Research Centre on Wind Energy) will bring forward outstanding research and innovation to create jobs and grow exports, and to facilitate the sustainable development of wind power.
IMPACT is a collaborative research and innovation project which aims to develop and demonstrate a next-generation testing approach for Wave Energy Converters (WECs).
AQUAEXCEL3.0 - Aquaculture infrastructures for Excellence in European Fish Research 3.0
AQUAEXCEL3.0 aims to offer services tailored to the needs of the European aquaculture community, and support and conduct world-class aquaculture research.
Trans-National Access within AQUAEXCEL3.0
As a partner in AQUAEXCEL3.0, SINTEF provides the possibility to perform experiments in industry-scale environments at SINTEF ACE, as well as access to unique experimental laboratories and field sites, and collaboration with a group of leading experts on macroalgae cultivation at the Norwegian Seaweed Technology Center (NSTC).
REVEAL: Formation of small plastic particles in the environment and their bioavailability, accumulation and impacts on aquatic species
REVEAL focuses on studying how small microplastic (sMP; <100µm) and nanoplastic (NP; <1µm) particles are formed through the degradation of larger plastic items, and how these particles behave as they are transported from freshwater, through coastal brackish waters, and into the marine environment.
Secondary bio-production of low-trophic organisms utilising side streams from the Blue and Green sectors to produce novel feed ingredients for European aquaculture.