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The Norwegian Veterinary Institute will through participation in EU funded and other international research projects contribute to new knowledge generation and build the necessary capacity to enable the international community turn these challenges into sustainable solutions.

The scope of our research is aimed at improving animal (including fish) health and welfare, feed and food safety, and creating environment friendly and sustainable production systems.

Our vision is to build a well-networked knowledge institution that is attractive to partners in global cooperation for sustainable development.

To know more about research at the Norwegian Veterinary Institute you can contact Head of the Research Department Janneche Utne Skare.

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HENVINET: Healt and Environment Network

HENVINET: Healt and Environment Network

To protect the health of populations and individuals, policies need to integrate environmental and health issues. The aim of HENVINET is to support such informed policy making.
  CamCon: Campylobacter control - novel approaches in primary poultry production

CamCon: Campylobacter control - novel approaches in primary poultry production

The strategic objective of CamCon is to improve the control of Campylobacter in primary poultry production in various parts of Europe and thereby facilitate the production of “low-risk broilers”.