On November 21, 2015, Agria and the Swedish Kennel Club hosted Forskning till nytta för hund & katt (English: “Research for the benefit of the dog & cat”) in Stockholm, Sweden.
Note: The Seminar web pages referenced in this article are displayed in Swedish by default, but your browser (Google Chrome or Internet Explorer) should be able to translate the text to English by right-clicking on the page and selecting the translation option from the menu. Firefox users can find a handy translation add-on available here.
The goal of the event - which included 50 presenting researchers and 400 participants - was to showcase research projects that received grants from Agria and the SKK Research Fund, as well as to illustrate how that research benefits pet cats and dogs.
The Seminar was organized by the Agria and SKK (Swedish Kennel Club) Research Fund [an International Partnership for Dogs Founding Partner] in cooperation with Thure F & Karin Forsberg Foundation and the SVA (National Veterinary Institute) and SLU (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) research foundations. Anicura, Royal Canin and SLU were official partners.
View the Seminar Program, including speaker abstracts (downloadable as PDF files) here
NOTE - the link to the Seminar Program page is from the Internet Archives.