Join us on our hunt for the “great white shark’s cousin” and see how our team gets them under control. In just a week, four porbeagles weighing over 100 kg were tagged.
Porpoises "click" – marine scientists listen. This is how they will find out how many porpoises there are in the Skagerrak and where they are throughout the year.
Research data after Statsraad Lehmkuhl's circumnavigation is now available to anyone who is curious.
Researchers and fishers joined forces in trapping and transporting live bluefin tuna in the 200-300 kilo weight class.
We are launching our own “shark hotline”, and we would like everyone who observes a basking shark or porbeagle along the Norwegian coast to give us a call.
"Plastic rocks" create hotspots for microplastic release.
Warmer water from the south, less cooling in the north and less ice make life more difficult for Arctic marine species.
Watch the opening session here.
The cod larvae swam towards the noise.
Climate researchers from almost 70 countries will meet in Bergen. They have lots to talk about.
It requires special effort to get to know the “cold water barracuda”. Our leading angling expert reveals the secrets of the Norwegian hake.
Researchers have discovered the ideal length of day for smolts.
Whale faeces contain large quantities of nutrients that are important to the ocean ecosystem, according to a new study.
In April, leading climate scientists will gather in Bergen to discuss how climate change is affecting the ocean.
When excessive quantities of mackerel are crowded tightly together in the net, the fish experience poor welfare.
“As scientists, we have a responsibility not just to find problems, but also to solve them”, says Nils Gunnar Kvamstø, the CEO of the Institute of Marine Research.