The annual monitoring showed that one in four flat oysters had cadmium levels above the maximum level, but that Norwegian bivalve molluscs are otherwise in good condition. »
Farmed salmon often lose their sight in summer as cataracts make their eyes opaque. This happens when the temperature rises, but exactly why it happens has only now been discovered. »
In its revised national budget, the Norwegian government proposes merging the Institute of Marine Research and NIFES. »
The Nepalese in Bhaktapur have good levels of marine fatty acids i their blood, despite living nearly 1,000 kilometres away from the nearest ocean. »
Large halibut weighing over 100 kg contain very high levels of undesirable substances, according to a new survey. »
Studies on fish show that even a slight B vitamin deficiency leads to much lower fecundity and weaker offspring. »
The levels of environmental pollutants are higher in Norwegian wild salmon than in Norwegian farmed salmon. These are the results of a recent Norwegian study. »
It certainly wasn’t born that way. Scientists have recently discovered that light plays an important role in the development of the flounder’s characteristic appearance. »
NIFES does not use so-called ‘designer salmon’ when checking that Norwegian farmed salmon is safe to eat. For that purpose, we analyse more than 12,000 ordinary farmed salmon. »
Leaflet on the development of omega-3 fatty acids in Norwegian farmed salmon over the last 10 years. »
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