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Accelerating innovations of small scale regional food products
Arctic Charr
Bioactive compounds from Icelandic marine source
Bioactivity of phlorotannins in brown seaweed
Can fish peptides control blood pressure
Choosing the right fish for farming
Comparison between different ice media for chilling fish
Detection and mapping of mtDNA SNPs in Atlantic salmon
DNA profiling of the Icelandic Horse
Effect of dietary protein level on protein content Arctic Charr
Effects of chilling technologies
Enzyme treatment & bringing of cod liver prior to canning
Fish proteins & peptides
Food safety & added value of Icelandic Fishmeal
Future Opportunities for Bioeconomy in the West Nordic Countries
Hermetia as a transformer of organic waste streams for aquaculture feed
Icelandic Cod
Inhibition of haemoglobin-mediated lipid oxidation
Injection of Fish Protein Solutions
Keeping Food Safety Research on the Agenda
Lipid tolerance of Atlantic cod
Making smoked salmon more safe
Microbial diversity of the Grimsey High-Temperature Vent Field…
Novel antioxidants from Icelandic seaweeds
Occurrence of persistent organic pollutants in Atlantic cod in Icelandic waters
Optimised chilling technologies for cod
Pollution in Icelandic cod
Quality Meter
Reduction of greenhouse gases in sub Sahara Africa
School based dietary intervention among teenagers
Spicy grazing fields and the flavour of lamb
Stunning & chilling methods lamb meat in Iceland
The Icelandic Food Composition Database (ISGEM)
The importance of good onboard handling of fish
The importance of good onboard handling of fish (Danish)
The importance of good onboard handling of fish (Faroese)
The importance of good onboard handling of fish (Greenlandic)
The importance of good onboard handling of fish (Norwegian)
Tilapia from Iceland
Valuable facts about Icelandic seafood
Why do marine fish products spoil so fast