Symposium 2019: Advances in eDNA-based Approaches to Fish Ecology and Management. University of Hull, UK, 15-19 July 20

Over the last ten years the use of environmental DNA (eDNA) has become one of the most promising new approaches to obtain biodiversity data in aquatic environments, especially for fish.

Our objectives

Convene and provide financial support for meetings on appropriate aspects of fish biology and fisheries science and conservation.


Disseminate research and technical information through the agency of the Society's Journal, the Journal of Fish Biology, and other means.


Support research in, or connected with, fish biology and fisheries management, including the provision of travel bursaries, PhD studentships and research grants and sponsorship.


Collect and disseminate information on all matters affecting the activities mentioned and exchange such information with other bodies having similar objects, whether in this country or overseas.