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1. January 2012 to 31. December 2016

This proposal aims to create a foundation for sustainable production of Atlantic salmon and cod, through .....

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1. January 2014 to 30. September 2016

The aim of this project is to develop a detailed stochastic, numerical model of the energy industry that covers all countries in Europe that can...

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1. July 2014 to 30. June 2018

Viral diseases represent a huge problem for the global aquaculture industry, and many viral diseases cannot be effectively controlled using the current generation of vaccines.

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1. January 2015 to 31. December 2017

This is a follow-up of the project: InNoVacc-I: Indo-Norwegian platform for the development of candidate vaccines for invertebrate, piscine and avian species.

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1. April 2015 to 31. March 2017

Successful vaccination is an efficient way to increase fish health and welfare. Controlling the infections among farmed salmon also reduce the risk for spread of...

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23. June 2016

In the Viva Fish (Fish Virus Vaccines) platform project, we aim to generate knowledge, tools and methods that will contribute to better vaccines against viral...

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19. January 2015 to 1. April 2019

How can we increase the omega-3 content of salmon that are fed sustainable feeds? A brand new map of the salmon's genome makes it much...

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1. January 2016 to 31. December 2019

Systems biology will aid sustainability in salmon farming. Scarcity of fish oil has forced development of novel feedstuffs, challenging the salmon's metabolism as well as...

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