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Research theme leader: Sei-ichi Saitoh,
Professor, Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University
Marine environment prediction system that uses the fisheries and marine GIS system
Optimum habitats are analyzed and predicted using a wide range of information, such as sea-surface temperature, currents, salinity and dissolved oxygen, collected by satellites and soon-to-be-developed ubiquitous buoys, the outcomes of which will be used to predict good fishing grounds and manage marine resources.
Development of ubiquitous buoys and ubiquitous terminals
Buoys smaller and cheaper than existing ones will be developed to make the introduction of buoys to oceanography easier, thereby establishing a multipoint observation network. Furthermore, to ensure that such marine environment information can be obtained whenever and wherever you are, terminals that more user friendly than existing ones will be developed.
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Distribution of phytoplankton (satellite observation)
Research theme leader: Hajime Yasui,
Professor, Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University
Lifecycle manipulation of northern mega-benthos and the creation of highly functional seedlings
More mega-benthos containing useful components at a high concentration inhabit northern oceans than other seas. Species that contain such components will be searched and technologies for creating prolific, highly functional seedlings and technologies for mass culture and high-value addition culture will be developed.
Establishment of sea-based green cultivation factories
Pumping, water supply and temperature control systems will be developed and used to establish culture systems that are less dependent on fossil fuel-derived energies such as electricity.
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Conceptual image of green bio-farming (future-oriented bio-resource factory)
Research theme leader: Kazuo Miyashita,
Professor, Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University
Creation of highly functional mega-benthos-derived food materials using nutrigenomics analysis
Effects of foods on the human body are analyzed (by nutrigenomics) at a gene level to indentify the foods’ functions in our bodies, thereby developing more high-added-value next generation food materials than existing functional food materials.
Creation of highly functional materials using mega-benthos-derived untapped resources
High-value-added industrial materials will be developed by applying basic technologies, such as biological, physical and chemical processing technologies, to processing residues from food material production and animals and plants unsuitable for food materials.
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Research theme leader: Takeya Yoshioka,
Chief researcher, Hokkaido Industrial Technology Center
Development of innovative production and distribution technologies for marine food
Quality assessment technologies and high quality processing, control and preservation technologies for ensuring high quality of mega-benthos will be developed and new quality standards based on scientific evidence will be established, thereby establishing a controlled production and distribution system model that allows a comprehensive transmission of information to consumers.
Support system for ensuring the reliability and safety of local food brands
Quick bacteria testing technologies will be developed to ensure the reliability and safety of the brands, data will be collected and comparisons will be made for local products and application tests and multi-laboratory tests will be performed for various processed products to develop highly accurate production area discriminating technologies.
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Glossary
Mega-benthos: Total collection of bio-resources found in coastal areas (large benthic fish and shellfish, seaweeds, etc.)
Bio-farming: A future-oriented factory that produces bio-resources using the sea
Global standards: Globally accepted standards
Ubiquitous buoy: Small oceanographic buoys that can be easily used by fishing households
Nutrigenomics: Study of the effects of nutrition at gene and molecular levels
GIS: Geographic information system that can be used on computers
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