HoloFood Blog

Blog posts with the latest activities of the HoloFood consortium during the project life time

Jan, 2023
Blog takeover: The EMBL-EBI team working on HoloFood

The HoloFood blog is specially edited by the EMBL-EBI team as they give us a behind the scenes look at their work within the HoloFood project.

May, 2022
The final HoloFood salmon trial

The final HoloFood trial took place in early May on the island of Dønna, Norway. Led by HoloFood partner Lerøy, teams from the Institute of Marine Research (IMR-Norway) and the University of Copenhagen joined forces to complete the final stage of sampling.

Oct, 2021
Aquaculture Europe 2021 Conference

This week Associate Professor Morten Limborg, also one of the scientific managers for HoloFood, takes over the blog to talk about his first in person conference in the past few years: the Aquaculture Europe 2021 conference in Madeira, Portugal.

Jun, 2021
The final salmon trial experiments for HoloFood

Designing and executing a large scale hologenomic animal trial during a pandemic has been a challenge. Read more about how it went.

Apr, 2021
Behind the paper - Salmon gut microbiota correlates with disease infection status

A new publication from HoloFood highlights the importance of a holistic perspective in sustainable aquaculture during disease treatment.

Jun, 2020
HoloFood & World Microbiome Day 2020

The 2020 World Microbiome Day theme is ‘Diversity’- celebrating diversity of microbes, microbiome habitats, diets to feed and fuel microbiomes and the diversity among microbiome researchers.

Nov, 2019
HoloFood - 10 months on

Action has reached its 10 month milestone.

Aug, 2019
A busy HoloFood summer

Like all Innovation Actions of its type HoloFood is comprised of many work packages and has many targets to reach. We have an ambitious plan to achieve, so from the beginning we started almost immediately with our large experimental trials fr...

Jul, 2019
HoloFood - A new Innovation Action

HoloFood kick off meeting held with great success.

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This project has received funding from the European Unionʼs Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 817729.