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The 16th Norwegian Fish Nutrition Seminar

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Date 11. March 2024 - 12. March 2024 10:00 - 16:00
Location Grand Hotel Terminus, Bergen, Norway

Institute of Marine Research welcome you to the 16th Norwegian Fish Nutrition Seminar to be held at Grand Hotel Terminus in Bergen, on the 11th and 12th of March 2024.

The Norwegian Fish Nutrition Seminar is a biennial event and aims to be a platform for communicating the recent advances in fish nutrition research and facilitate productive dialogue among stakeholders in science and practice of aquaculture and fish nutrition in Norway.

The overall topic of the seminar is Feed for a sustainable future for all species in aquaculture in Norway

We invite you to three sessions:

1)    Sustainable feed ingredients 
2)    Nutrition: uptake, requirements, and mechanisms
3)    Health and welfare

Feed for a sustainable future incorporates various aspects of feed safety, new ingredients, CO2 footprint, nutrient availability and absorption, nutritional requirements under modern production conditions, genetics, as well as nutritional status and mechanisms affecting species-specific growth, health, and welfare parameters.

The purpose of the seminar is for us to collectively focus on various aspects of fish nutrition that can contribute to increased aquaculture production through suitable feed ingredients, good nutritional practices, and the prevention of diseases and mortality.

Mark the dates on your calendar!

Submit your abstract hereDeadline: 15 January 2024. 

More information about speakers, the program and abstract submission will be available soon.
The conference language is Norwegian, but abstracts and presentations can be in English.
Information and sign-up for the conference will also be available soon. 


We have some rooms reserved at the venue hotel Terminus at a special price. To use this offer, call the hotel at +47 55 21 52 00 or e-mail resepsjon@grandterminus.no and mention the code 4082504 before 1 February 2024 – dependent on availability.