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SeaSalar-team presenting salmon research at the NoWPaS 2020 workshop in Iceland

Publisert 17.03.2020

Astrid Raunsgard and Yann Czorlich were two of 35 PhD students and early career postdocs from 12 countries who met for five days by scenic Laugarvatn in Iceland.

Astrid Raunsgard and Yann Czorlich, NINA, at Lake þingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in Iceland.
Astrid Raunsgard and Yann Czorlich, NINA, at Lake þingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in Iceland.

 

NoWPaS is a great arena for early-career researchers to present and discuss salmonid research in a friendly environment, and to network and make friends with early-career researchers with similar research interests https://nowpas.eu/nowpas-2020-2/

 

Research topics presented by the participants varied from the molecular to population level; genetics, evolution, ecology, physiology and conservation biology.

 

Next NoWPaS workshop will be arranged in France in 2021.