Here you will find an overview of our research projects, that also have their own web pages.
Reports from marine research. We publish a variety of reports in this series every year.
Here you can find research reports from NIFES.
Here you will find an overview of brochures made by the institute.
Here you will find information about our vessels.
Here you will find an overview of employees at IMR
Information about vacancies at the Institute of Marine Research.
Overview of upcomming and passed events at IMR
“The common hand sanitizers work only on certain types of virus, including coronaviruses”, explains Mette Myrmel, a virologist at the Institute of Marine Research.
Bottom dwelling animal species may become extinct before scientists are able to discover them. That is one of the conclusions of the UN’s Second World Ocean Assessment.
Historical and contemporary samples of Norwegian and Canadian cod show that the fish’s genome has remained stable over time.
This is good news for both fishers and fish stocks.
… and why this creates a challenge for land-based fish farming.
Five new vessels, four of which are autonomous, will be an integral part of the Institute of Marine Research's long-term cruise strategy.
One two-thousandth of the “salmon dose” was lethal to the krill.
19 researchers from the Institute of Marine Research are included in a recent ranking of the world's top scientists.
Insects, mussels and bristle worms are some of the candidates being considered by the aquaculture industry and marine scientists, as they search for new, sustainable raw ingredients.
There are at least two reasons why fish could not have been the source of the virus.
The corkwing wrasse has a fascinating behaviour. Now, researchers have mapped the sounds made by this colourful fish.
New research found little evidence that herring and mackerel were responsible for salmon decline.
The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) is one of the biggest marine research institutes in Europe, with about 1,000 employees. Our main activities are research, advisory work and monitoring.