New methods for handling environmentally hazardous shipwrecks
There are almost 20,000 shipwrecks around the coast of Sweden. Most of these do not threaten the environment, while others pose a clear threat. RISE corrosion experts participated in a study of four of these wrecks.
Floating wind power at sea
SeaTwirl is looking to become the market leader in marine wind power. The company’s proprietary wind turbine, which rotates like a floating carousel on the surface of the ocean, has already garnered a great deal of attention. In p…
Aquatic foods – for a more sustainable food chain
Feeding the world’s population in a sustainable manner is a global challenge. Seafood and other aquatic products are often more sustainable than other animal-based foodstuffs. Kristineberg Marine Research and Innovation Centre is …
Double the benefits with 3D-printed shark skin
Barnacles and other marine organisms that attach themselves to boat hulls, a phenomenon known as biofouling, cause major problems globally, with increased costs for maintenance and fuel. By studying marine organisms’ own natural p…
Climate-smart seafood sausage
Protein-rich mussels are increasingly becoming a part of our daily diet. In collaboration with RISE, Musselfeed, a company based on the west coast of Sweden, has developed a climate-smart mussel sausage.