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VIV Europe: COST workshop on animal nutrition and health -- benefiting from research networks
Date:3/4/2010

On 20 and 21 April 2010, COST is organising a workshop on "Animal Nutrition and Health - Benefitting from Research Networks" at Jaarbeurs Utrecht, the Netherlands. This event is set to take place alongside VIV2010. Researchers, scientists and stakeholders related to R&D are the target for this international event for decision makers in the Feed-to-Meat industry.

Bringing scientific expertise close to industry and promote bilateral networking, the workshop will include talks on pig development and health, aquaculture and animal nutrition.

COST will use its networking expertise to identify common ground between science and industry, stirring discussion, promoting networking and creating bilateral science-industry collaborations.

VIV Europe 2010 attendees can attend the COST Workshop free of charge. COST will not reimburse workshop participants for travel and accommodation costs.


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Contact: Alessandra Paccamiccio
apaccamiccio@cost.esf.org
322-533-3854
COST
Source:Eurekalert

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