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NTNU Centre of Fisheries and Aquaculture (SeaLab)

NTNU Centre of Fisheries and Aquaculture (SeaLab)


NTNU SeaLab is an interdisciplinary research center within NTNU's strategic focus on marine science and technology. The center has users from several faculties at NTNU, and is tailored for conducting research and teaching activities in marine biology, with a focus on:

  • Aquaculture and aquaculture technology
  • Marine biotechnology, including processing of marine bioresources
  • Marine environmental pollution
  • Marine exploration - marine technology

To facilitate this research and teaching activity, NTNU SeaLab is equipped with marine laboratories (experimental halls and temperature controlled rooms), analytical laboratories, teaching rooms, study rooms and offices. All facilities are available for internal and external users.


HSE at SeaLab


NTNU SeaLab is participating in the Transnational Access Programme in the Horizon 2020 funded project AQUAEXCEL3.0. Click on the image above for more information.

The call for access is open now to applications from scientists from all countries. Apply via the AQUAEXCEL3.0 website


NTNU SeaLab is a member of the Norwegian node of the European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC) which provides access to marine resources, as well as cutting-edge services and facilities that allow researchers, from both academia and industry, to study the ocean and develop innovative solutions to tackle societal issues. Click on the image above for more information. 




Arne Kjøsnes (Operations Manager)

Inger Margaret Jennings (Coordinator)

Rolf Erik Olsen (Leader of the user committee)

Find us



Visiting address

Brattørkaia 17C
7010 Trondheim

Normal opening hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00-16:00

News from SeaLab

News from SeaLab

New book about fish fysiologi written by professors at NTNU SeaLab is out now: 

NTNU Open: Fiskefysiologi