In a series of articles the HAVBRUK programme sums up the results of joint research activities between India and Norway relating to vaccine development within the field of aquaculture.
The projects were established in 2008, as a result of the bilateral vaccine research cooperation agreed upon by Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg and Indian Minister of Science and Technology Kapil Sibal.
There is a strong belief in both countries that positive relations at the national level will yield major benefits for both parties. The research cooperation may in its turn open up opportunities for future industrial cooperation within the field of vaccine development.
Read the the following articles (in English) on the HAVBRUK webpages:
Research generates goodwill
Ensuring more, healthier fish
Fighting disease in shrimp and carp
Indo-Norwegian cooperation on vaccines (intro)