The Research Council has carried out a mid-term evaluation of KABIS and the project received a score that exceeded the other ongoing capacity building projects. This has granted the project funding for a new three-year period. The project continues the work of strengthening ongoing activities and initiatives and build a lasting structure that can continue after the project is completed in 2023.
Can membrane technology from the oil industry be the solution to prevent H2S related fish death?
Dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) has become an increasingly bigger challenge, one that causes economic losses of several million Norwegian kroners for affected farmers. KABIS researchers are working on a solution that can solve H2S related fish deaths and simultaneously reduce other risks.