PharmaSea: increasing value and flow in the marine biodiscovery pipeline
PharmaSea focuses on obstacles in marine biodiscovery research, development and commercialization and brings together an interdisciplinary team of academic and industry researchers to address and overcome these. PharmaSea is demonstrating how to widen the bottlenecks and increase the flow of ideas and products derived from the marine microbiome towards a greater number of successes in a number of application areas... (read)Copyright: https://oceanext.sciencesconf.org/browse?docid=92088&lang=en
Humanity's health may rely on what sits on the Arctic seabed
Strange and undiscovered life in the frigid seas of the north could be vital to our future well-being. David Wolman went out on a boat off the coast of Norway to find out why ... (read)Copyright: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20160506-the-arctic-gold-rush-for-tomorrows-medicines
Can the world agree on how to conserve the oceans?
A new legally binding treaty aimed at conserving marine resources was the subject of debate at the United Nations in New York over the last two weeks ... (read)Copyright: https://portals.iucn.org/blog/
Bakterietrusselen - threat of bacterial resistance
Antibiotic resistance is a huge world problem which now has come to Norway. How dangerous is it? (video is in Norwegian) (watch)Copyright: NRK TV