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Jólalógó Matís

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year - 23.12.2015

Matís wishes everyone a wonderful Christmas season and a happy New Year.

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The IDF Group at Intellectual Ventures Begins New Collaboration with Matis, a Leading Global Food Research Company - 22.12.2015

The Invention Development Fund (IDF), part of the Intellectual Ventures family of investment funds, today announced a new collaboration with Matis, a leading food research, biotechnology and marine biology company based in Reykjavik, Iceland. The collaboration will see the Matis team of researchers contributing to IDF's global invention network as inventors, working specifically on various corporate-sponsored Open Innovation projects related to food, enzymes and biotechnology, aquaculture, agriculture, and other areas.

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Assistance to developing countries - an integral part of Matís' operations - 21.12.2015

Matís has been a cooperative partner in the teaching programme of the United Nations University Fisheries Training Programme, UNU-FTP , since it started in 1998.

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We want it to become the norm that scientists work with fishermen - 10.12.2015

‘We want it to become the norm that scientists work with fishermen to conduct fisheries research, and for the fishing industry stakeholders and scientists to be considered valuable partners in the policy-making process,' said Steve Mackinson, from the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science in the UK, in an interview in the Horizon, EU Research & Innovation Magazine recently.

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Fiskeldi | Aquaculture

Aquaculture must increase to maintain worldwide supply of fish - 1.12.2015

As the demand for fish continues to grow, aquaculture production must increase to maintain the availability of seafood supply and reduce fishing pressure. The way to meet the demand is to farm fish. Fish meal is the dominant protein source in fish feed, but its production is decreasing since better direct utilisation of pelagic fish into more valuable human food products is envisaged with better techniques in fishing and chilling of the raw materials.

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