Meetings on fish as research animals
- Harmonisation of the Care and Use of Fish in Research, international consensus meeting, 22nd - 24th September 2009, Gardermoen, Norway
- Conference about "Status and visions for a National Platform for Alternatives to animal experiments in Norway", 17 October 2006, Oslo, Norway (Norwegian meeting)
- Harmonisation of the Care and Use of Fish in Research, international consensus meeting, 23rd - 26th May 2005, Gardermoen, Norway
- Fish in research, a minisymposium arranged by Scand-LAS, 23 September 2005, Oslo, Norway
- Kan laks lide - om fiskeoppdrettets etikk
Norwegian meeting about ethics in the fish farming industry, 30 November 1999, University of Oslo, Norway
Other meetings relevant to fish research in which members of this Centre have participated:
- World Congress on the Use of Animals in the Life Sciences, August 2014, Prague
Update on best practice approaches to the welfare and husbandry of fish, cephalopods and decapods
- World Congress on the Use of Animals in the Life Sciences, August 2005, Berlin
Harmonisation of the Care and Use of Fish in Research
Reporting the results of animal experiments
- AquaNor 2005 exhibition August 2005, Trondheim, Norway.
3 handouts on the topic:
Fish are the most common research animals in Norway
Zebra fish model for functional genomics and aquatic biomedicine
Best practice for the care and use of fish
- EAFP 12th International Conference
September 2005, Copenhagen
Health and welfare monitoring of fish used in research
Oral presentation by Renate Johansen
- Havbrukskonferansen 2006
Norwegian meeting for all fish-researchers in Norway.
Poster by Unni Grimholt:
Tilgjengelighet og begrensninger mhp dagens forsøkslaks
- Veterinære fagdager 2006
Norwegian meeting for veterinarians and other fish-health workers:
Hvordan har fisken det egentlig? Svante Winberg
Trenger vi mer eller mindre forsøksfisk? Renate Johansen
Check also Norecopa's Webinars and Meetings Calendar, list of past meetings, and list of recorded webinars/meetings for more resources and contact persons.
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