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Project partners


 

Group picture taken at the project meeting in Hersonissos, Crete


The COPEWELL partnership represents some of the leading groups in stress and fish welfare research in Europe and has collectively extensive and unique expertise to address the current call text. The consortium partners has worked extensively on different aspects of fish welfare in the context of aquaculture during the last decade both in national funded research projects as well as a range of EU research projects dealing directly with fish welfare such as WEALTH, SEAFOOD+, FASTFISH and BENEFISH, as well as indirectly in project related to genomic approaches and stress research such as STRESSGENES, AQUAFIRST and AQUAGENOME.

HAVFORSKNINGSINSTITUTTET (IMR, Norway), DE PSICOLOGIA APLICADA, CRL (ISPA, Portugal), NOFIMA MARIN AS (NOFIMA, Norway), TCN Partnership Transnational Consulting Partnership (TNC, Germany), STICHTING KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT (RUN, Netherlands), NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF LIFE SCIENCES (UMB, Norway), UNI RESEARCH AS (UNI, Norway), UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA (UAB, Spain), PANEPISTIMIO KRITIS (UNIVERSITY OF CRETE, UoC, Greece), THE UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING (USTIR, United Kingdom, UPPSALA UNIVERSITET (UU, Sweden), DANMARKS TEKNISKE UNIVERSITET (DTU, Denmark), INSTITUT FRANCAIS DE RECHERCHE POUR L'EXPLOITATION DE LA MER (IFREMER, France), UNIVERSITY OF PATRAS (UP, Greece), STICHTING DIENST LANDBOUWKUNDIG ONDERZOEK (DLO, Netherlands).

The COPEwell Project:

COPEWELL – A new integrative framework for the study of fish welfare based on the concepts of allostasis, appraisal and coping styles

Project period: 2011-2015

COPEwell leaflet (PDF)

Contact

Tore S. Kristiansen 
Project coordinator
Animal welfare