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NIBIO lever av prosjekter - vi henter inn rundt 100 millioner kroner årlig i prosjektinntekter fra nasjonale og internasjonale finansieringskilder. Vi har høy aktivitet innen EU- og EØS-prosjekter og vi deltar også i forskningsprosjekter i Asia, Afrika og Latin Amerika. NIBIO leder flere store internasjonale prosjekter med fokus på matsikkerhet og klimaendringer. Prosjektlisten er ikke fullstendig.

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Divisjon for matproduksjon og samfunn

Risk management of imported plants and seeds: possibilities for improved pest detection to prevent the introduction and spread of new pests

Plant pathogens and invertebrates harmful to plants continue to threatenfood security and natural habitats. In Norway, the responsibility of performingplant health inspections on imported plants has gradually shifted to importersof plants who are currently responsible for internal pest control and mustbe registered with the Norwegian Food Safety Authority.

INAKTIV Sist oppdatert: 01.06.2024
Slutt: mai 2024
Start: juni 2020
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SmartVac - Next Generation Viral Hepatitis B and C vaccine development in plantsand algae using advanced biotechnological tools

Hepatitis B (HBV) and C viruses (HCV) infect the human liver, triggering persistent inflammation and eventually cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), the second leading cause of cancer-related mortality worldwide. Currently, more than 500 million people are chronically infected with HBV or HCV and at high risk of developing end stage liver disease and HCC.

INAKTIV Sist oppdatert: 02.11.2022
Slutt: des 2023
Start: juni 2019
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Divisjon for bioteknologi og plantehelse

Managing free-living plant parasitic nematodes in potato, vegetables, strawberry and cereals using Patch dynamics in Norway

Plant-parasitic nematodes are microscopic roundworms and many species feed on plant roots, thereby disrupting water and nutrient uptake and affecting plant yield. Global annual losses to crop production are estimated to be in excess of $80 billion. Since the middle of the last centuary control of plant-parasitic nematodes has relied upon synthetically pr|oduced nematicides most of which have very broad toxicological properties and are hazardous to humans, domestic animals, fish and the environment in general.  

INAKTIV Sist oppdatert: 17.02.2021
Slutt: sep 2022
Start: jan 2017