BSAS Annual Conference 2020 Programme Finalised
02 Mar 2020
Fantastic News! The finalised programme for #BSAS2020 is now live on the conference website. The BSAS Annual Conferences attract delegates from across the globe due to the society’s reputation for consistently offering a programme of highly acclaimed speakers and engaging workshops and this year’s attendees will not be disappointed. With a programme packed with fascinating presentations, lively debate and the opportunity to network with some of academia and industry’s key leader’s, get your time planned out now so that you can make the most of what this year’s conference has to offer. During the conference attendees will hear from a host of exceptional speakers who have travelled from across the globe to lead delegates in the discussion on how to create a holistic approach to solving the world’s food crisis ,whilst also encouraging debate on what role animal science plays in ensuring health, welfare and well-being. No matter where your interest lies across the spectrum of animal science, this year’s programme has a session to suit everyone. If you want to learn more about Gut Microbiomes then make sure you check out our Nutrition Society sponsored session with Gillian Gardiner and Sharon Huws, or if you have always been intrigued about the subject of animal sentience and cognition, then the RSPCA are running a fascinating ‘Animal Perspectives’ workshop that will provide attendees with a unique opportunity to reflect on the complexities of human relationships, and our interactions with animals. Also don’t miss out on the brilliant opportunity to see the highly regarded Dr Alison Van Eenennaam. who will focusing on cell-cultured meats during her session titled: ‘Animal Scientists and Cell-Cultured Meats: Learning from Past Science Communication Failures.’
With just a month to go until #BSAS2020 spaces are limited so you will need to be quick as tickets are selling out fast.