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16th October 2022

Importance of Phages in the Agriculture Sector Our ever-growing world population requires an ever-growing supply of food. Chakraborty et al. predict that global food production must increase by up to...

8th October 2022

The Food Safety Act was put in place in 1990 to protect the public, by legislating the responsibilities that food-based businesses have to consumers in the UK. The Food Safety...

13th September 2022

Bacteriophages have the potential to transform food processing and crop health by overcoming antibiotic misuse and the subsequent emergence of drug-resistant bacteria. Learn more about phage technology in food processing...

28th August 2022

What is a bacteriophage? Despite representing the most abundant entity on earth, outnumbering every other species in the world combined (including bacteria!), bacteriophages are relatively unknown to the everyday person....

11th April 2018
LOCATION: Bergen, Norway
PUBLICATION: The Seafood Innovation Cluster

In competition with 18 companies at Seafood Innovation Day NASF 2018, the seafood industry’s own innovation award went to Scottish Innovation Company Fixed Phage, which develops products that can fight...