BSAS are grateful to sponsors and supporters of The Challenge of Change conference. For more information about a supporter, click on their logo below:
The Hannah Dairy Research Foundation (HDRF) supports all aspects of dairy research including the biology, wellbeing of dairy animals, dairy technology and food production. The Foundation’s aim is to stimulate original scientific research, encourage and inspire young scientists in the field, invigorate industry and enable dairy farmers through advances in knowledge, technology and good practice.
Advancing the scientific study of nutrition and its application to the maintenance of human and animal health.
Working together for a planet of plenty. Improving the health and performance of people, animals and plants through nutrition and scientific innovation.
An award winning independent publisher of global agricultural science research. We provide a knowledge base on which to build your own research, improve product development or inform best practice on the farm.
Pioneering innovation, technology and precision engineering in UK farming for increased productivity, profits and sustainable growth.
Digital Catapult specialises in four advanced digital technology disciplines: artificial intelligence and machine learning, future networks, immersive technologies and distributed systems.
Equilume is a world leader in the research and development of light therapy solutions to assist the global horse industry in maximizing reproductive efficiency and performance.
The Stapledon Trust provides awards to both individuals and organisations on all aspects of grassland use, including the production, amenity, social, economic and environmental implications.
CABI is a not-for-profit scientific research, publishing and international development organization.
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