9.00 - prof. Katsutoshi Arai, Hokkaido University (HU), Faculty of Fisheries Sciences "Chromosome manipulation and its related studies for innovative aquaculture"- goal and predicted achievements (General Introduction to JSPS-PAN bilateral project).
9.15 - prof. Yasuaki Takagi, HU, Faculty of Fisheries Sciences Introduction to the Faculty of Fisheries Science, Hokkaido University; recent activities for research, education and international relationship.
9:30 - prof. Katsutoshi Arai Recent topics of chromosome manipulation in fish-new scopes of androgenesis.
10:00 - Tsuyoshi Nagasaka, Master student, HU, Faculty of Fisheries Sciences Basic techniques of micromanipulations for fish gametes and zygotes.
10.30 - prof. Yasuaki Takagi Efficient uses of aquaculture wastes-basic and advanced studies of sturgeon collagen.
11.00 - prof. Alicja Boroń, Faculty of Biology and Biotechnology, Dept. of Zoology (UWM) Hybridization and gynogenesis in Cobitis loaches - by imitating the nature?
11:30 – dr hab. Konrad Ocalewicz, University of Gdansk, Faculty of Oceanography and Geography Interspecies androgenesis in salmonids – any chance to succeed?
12:00 - dr hab. Dorota Fopp-Bayat, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Dept. of Ichthyology (UWM) Gynogenesis in sturgeons - methods and application in aquaculture.
12:30 - mgr Joanna Szczygieł, Institute of Ichthyobiology and Aquaculture, PAN, Golysz Expression of MHC and some genes in the sperm of common carp – link to reproductive success.
13:00 - prof. Andrzej Ciereszko, Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research, PAN, Olsztyn, Department of Gamete and Embryo Biology. Long-term storage of salmonid fish sperm.
13:30 – dr M. Dietrich, dr J. Nynca, Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research, PAN, Olsztyn, Dept. of Gamete and Embryo Biology. Proteomic characterization of fish semen.
14:00 - Closing remarks: prof. K. Arai (Japanese Project Leader), prof. A. Boroń (Polish Project Leader