NMBU’s  research is enabling people all over the world to tackle the big, global challenges regarding the environment, sustainable development, how to improve human and animal health, renewable energy sources, food production, and land- and resource management.

Nutrition group at NMBUs Department of basic Sciences and Aquatic Medicine:

  • 3 Core scientists
  • 2 Technicians
  • 3 PhD students
  • 3 Professor emeritus
    and
  • Visting PhD students
  • Vet students on mastertype subjects

Access to all animal facilities available for researcher at Campus Ås

  • The new «Ås farm»
  • Alternative facilities for mink and chicken

Close relationship to researcher at IHA

Access to all research facilities at Department of Basic Sciences and Aquatic Medicine at Campus Adamstua (School of Veterinary Medicine), i.e.

  • Units for experiments with model animals
  • Small units for the main domesticated animals
  • Well equipped laboratories for study of physiological, biochemical and molecular aspects of relationship between diet ingredients, nutrition and health

In Promac we work with:

Leading WP4: Nutritional and health values of macroalgal products

  • T4.1: Nutritional value for ruminants (BioForsk)
  • T4.2: Nutritional value for monogastrics including humans (NMBU VetBio)
  • T4.3: Health promoting effects in monogastrics (NMBU VetBio)

Cooperate within

  • WP1: Raw materials and chemical composition
  • WP2: Products and Processes – Direct Applications
  • WP3: Refined products – processes and applications

Key personnel

Anne Marie Bakke

Anne Marie Bakke

Åshild Krogdahl

Åshild Krogdahl

Trond Kortner

Trond Kortner