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10th International Symposium on the Nutrition of Herbivores

02-06 September 2018
Clermont-Ferrand, France
The International Symposium on the Nutrition of Herbivores (ISNH) is an international scientific conference that addresses a whole range of issues linked to the nutrition of herbivores in production systems or in the wild. The French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) invites the 10th edition of the ISNH to Clermont-Ferrand, France The 10th International Symposium on the Nutrition of Herbivores conference will be a forum to discuss herbivore nutrition supporting agro-ecological and sustainable intensification approaches. The Symposium will feature plenary sessions, paper sessions, and posters by international experts. The sessions of the Symposium will cover basic herbivores nutrition to nutritional strategies to improve nutritional efficiency, product quality, health and animal welfare, and environmental issues. Contributions from young scientists are encouraged.
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE MAIN CONFERENCE Submission is open until 1st of February 2018 To submit login into Oxford abstract systemREGISTRATION FOR THE SYMPOSIUM WILL OPEN MID-JANUARY 2018
Official website

6th European Veterinary Immunology Workshop

5th-7th September 2018
Utrecht, The Netherlands
The European Veterinary Immunology Group (EVIG) and the local organizing committee are organising the 6th EVIW, EVIW2018 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Plenary and concurrent session topics will include: 1. Innate immunity; 2. Adaptive immunity; 3. Infection and immunity; 4. Vaccination; 5. Clinical immunology; 6. Allergy; 7. Mucosal immunology; 8. The microbiome in relation to immune responses.
Further information on registration, abstract submission and deadlines will be available soon at www.eviw2018.com/

International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology

3rd-6th September 2018
Leipzig, Germany
The Symposium about Ruminant Physiology will be held in Germany in 2019 at the Kongresshalle am Zoo of Leipzig. The Symposium is the major international conference on ruminant physiology. It provides an overview of current, important scientific findings and areas of research in the physiology of ruminants of all kinds.For more information, please visit the symposium website.

69th EAAP Annual Meeting (EAAP 2018)

27th-31st August 2018
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Organising and the Scientific Committees are delighted to announce that Croatia has been chosen as the venue for the 69th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science. The meeting will take place from 27th to 31st August 2018 in Dubrovnik, one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. The venue for the meeting will be the Valamar Resort. EAAP 2018 builds on the success of previous EAAP meetings, and it will provide an excellent opportunity for scientists working with a wide range of animal species and in related disciplines to meet and discuss the latest developments in animal sciences.
For registration and other information about the European animal science annual meeting, please visit EAAP 2018 website.

BOLFA workshop 2018

25th-26th August 2018
Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Biology Of Lactation in Farm Animals workshop will be held in Dubrovnik on August 25/26 during the weekend right before the 69th EAAP Annual Meeting. There are 5 sessions, each with invited speakers and submitted papers: 1. Mammary development, 2. Regulation and manipulation of milk secretion at different stages of lactation, 3. Alternative to the 305-d lactation, 4. Old and new indicators in milk for health status and metabolic load, 5. New developments in milking routines. For more information: http://www.eaap.org/bolfa/

1st European Symposium on Livestock Farming in Mountain Areas

20th-22nd June 2018
Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
 The Symposium is a joint initiative of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, the EURAC Research Center, FiBL Switzerland, Università degli studi di Padova and EAAP. It will be held for the first time in 2018 at the Eurac Research Center in Bozen-Bolzano. The overall objective of the Symposiums is to bring together scientists that deal with questions regarding livestock farming in mountain areas in Europe. Mountain regions face challenges due to their environmental condition that affect the success of production and that are similar regardless of geographic location. Therefore, the symposium covers a broad range of topics including all species relevant to mountain farming. Invited speakers, theatre presentations as well as poster presentations are foreseen.

Important dates:
Call for abstracts: 12/2017
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 03/2018
Abstracts notifications and final programme: 04/2018

For further information please get in contact with Prof. Dr. Matthias Gauly (Matthias.Gauly@unibz.it).

Congress on Controversies in Bovine Health, Industry & Economics (BovineC)

25th-27th February 2018
Tel Aviv, Israel 

The congress on Controversies in Bovine Health, Industry & Economics (BovineC) is a unique get-together meeting where controversial topics inbovine health, industry and economics will be discussed between veterinaries, scientists and farmers. The main subjects of the Congress should be related to cattle however, abstracts related to sheep and goats will be also accepted. Abstract submission deadline: October 3, 2017. For more information please visit the congress website 

Conference: Insects in feed or food?

16th-17th November 2017
Liège, Belgium
The meeting will be held at the University of Liège, and will address questions such as:
• Should we eat insects or feed our animals?
• Could insects be useful in (veterinary) medicine?
• What can we learn from Southern countries? Are insects safe?
More than 10 leading experts in the field will share their most exciting research discoveries. For further information and registrations, please visit the conference website.

International  Scientific-Expert  Conference  on  the  Preservation of Animal Genetic Resources

25th-27th October 2017
Osijek, Croatia
The conference is organized by the Croatian Agricultural Agency, the University of Zagreb, the Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek and the University of Zadar. It provides the possibility for verbal presentation, presentation via posters and the presentation of your institution/company or as a participant.
For further information, please read the first notification of the conference.

2nd World Conference on Innovative Animal Nutrition and Feeding

18th-20th October 2017
Budapest, Hungary
The AK Congress, which is a member of the Wolters Kluwer Group (The Netherlands), organizes the 2nd World Conference on Innovative Animal Nutrition and Feeding (WIANF) on 18th-20th October, 2017 in Budapest, Hungary. EAAP is one of WIANF professional partners. The Conference aims to present how the latest developments of animal nutrition and related disciplines can be applied in animal nutrition to produce high quality and safe animal derived foods and to ensure production in a sustainable manner. For further information on the topics of the conference, registrations and abstracts submissions, please visit WIANF website.

Joint Seminar of the FAO-CIHEAM Network on Sheep and Goats: “Innovation for Sustainability in Sheep and Goats”

03rd-05th October 2017
Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
The seminar, which will be held in Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain) on 3-5 October 2017, will gather together the Subnetworks on Nutrition and Production Systems and it is jointly organized by Neiker-Tecnalia (The Basque Institute of Agricultural Research and Development), the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza (IAMZ-CIHEAM), and the H2020 project “iSAGE” (Innovation for Sustainable Sheep and Goat Production in Europe), with the collaboration of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). You can find the complete announcement of the event and all relevant information at the seminar website.

14th International Symposium of Animal Biology and Nutrition

28th-29th September 2017
Balotesti, Romania
The 14th International Symposium of Animal Biology and Nutrition will be held on September 28 - 29, in Balotesti, Romania and it is organized by the National Research-Development Institute for Animal Biology and Nutrition. The event gathers experts and scientist in biology and animal nutrition from all over the world, presenting their most recent research and current scientific trends. The main topics of the 14th Symposium will be: Quality and safety of animal products; Low input / sustainable animal production systems; Genetic biodiversity, breeding and reproduction; Feeding efficiency & environment; Animal welfare. For further information, please visit the symposium website.

8th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture, Food
& Environment (HAICTA 2017)

21st-24th September 2017
Chania, Greece
HAICTA 2017 aims to bring together professionals, experts and researchers working on Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture, Food and Environment. It additionally aims to emphasize on the applicability of ICT solutions to real industry cases and the respective challenges. The Conference will take place from the 21st to the 24th of September, 2017, in Chania (Crete, Greece). The event is co-organized by the Hellenic Association for Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture, Food and Environment (HAICTA) and the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICh), in cooperation with several other Institutions. For further information on the event and paper submission, please visit HAICTA 2017 website.

Conference: Animal Genetics and Diseases

20th-22nd September 2017
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
The conference will be hosted by Wellcome Genome Campus and will bring together specialists working on the interface between genomics, genetic engineering and infectious disease with the aim of improving animal and human health and welfare. The meeting will showcase recent advances in genomics, genome editing, and mathematical techniques to understand disease resistance, pathogen evolution and vaccination success. For further information and registrations, please visit the conference website.

VII International Symposium of Livestock Production

14th-16th September 2017
Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

The Institute of Animal Science of the University “SS. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje organizes the “VII International Symposium of Livestock Production”, which will be focused on the most significant achievements in the field of livestock production, as well as on the exchange of knowledge and experience in the agricultural practice.
For further information on abstract submission and registrations, please write an email.  

8th European Conference on
Precision Livestock Farming

12-14 September 2017

Nantes - France

The European Conference on Precision Livestock Farming takes place every two years. The aim of this Conference is to exchange knowledge and experience through an open discussion and to support progress in this field.
Today Precision Livestock Farming (PLF) technology is a reality. It has the potential to support and benefit animal feed suppliers, human-food retailers and other players along the livestock supply chain. This 'cross-disciplinary' approach is that 'animal-focused' scientists, engineers, companies as well as farmers' organizations have interacted and combined their strengths and views.

Nowadays in modern livestock farming, the need for reliable automated systems is compelling for reasons, such as biosecurity, the environment, husbandry practices, feeding practices, and their direct links to animal health.

Official website

7th International Conference on the Assessment of Animal Welfare
at Farm and Group Level

5-8 September 2017

Wageningen, The Netherlands

WAFL is an international scientific conference on the assessment of animal welfare at farm and group level. It is organised once every three years, and following the successful meeting in Clermont-Ferrand in 2014, it will next be held on 5-8 September 2017 in Wageningen, The Netherlands.

As in all previous WAFL meetings, communications on any topic related to the assessment of animal welfare are very welcome. To name a few:
  • Sustainability and animal welfare
  • Avoiding bias in science
  • Animal welfare in society
  • Precision farming techniques
  • Protocols, aggregation, implementation
  • Social networks in animal welfare
  • Genetics and animal welfare
  • Statistics and methodology
Please note: WAFL especially invites interdisciplinary communications.

Key notes at WAFL2017

Dan Weary: ‘Innovations in animal welfare: what have we reached and what do we aim for?’
Imke de Boer: ‘Can we improve animal welfare and sustainability in concert?’
Jens Krause: ‘Animal Social Networks’
Noelle Aarts: ‘The Art of Dialogue’
Jelte Wicherts: ‘The weak spots of contemporary science and how to strengthen it’

Innovations in Animal Welfare
The conference will start with an inspiring ‘Innovation Day’ on Tuesday 5th September. Applied researchers and stakeholders involved in livestock production will present their suggestions on improving animal welfare where it matters: on farm, during transport and at the abattoir. Short ‘elevator pitches’, discussions with the developers during an ‘innovation market’ and an evaluation by the audience will decide which idea is the most promising. Your welfare improvement suggestions are very welcome too!

Important dates :
Registration & abstract submission opens: 1 December 2016
Deadline abstracts submission: 1 February 2017
Acceptance notification: 1 May 2017
Deadline early bird registration: 1 June 2017
WAFL2017 Conference: 5-8 September 2017

Please visit the website http://www.wafl2017.com/ for more information

Wageningen Centre for Animal Welfare and Adaptation
(in collaboration with Van Hall Larenstein university of applied sciences)
PO box 338 - 6700 AH – Wageningen – The Netherlands
E: INFO@WAFL2017.COM | T: +31 (0)317 480652 |

63rd International Congress of Meat Science and Technology
(ICoMST 2017)

13th-18th August 2017
Cork, Ireland

The theme of the Congress will be how science can offer the meat  production and processing sector solutions to enable it to nurture sustainably at local level while offering opportunities to grow globally. The  conference aims also to provide a dynamic interface between academic research and innovative applications, and represents an important opportunity for everyone in the field of meat science. For further information  and registrations, please visit ICoMST 2017 website.

ISAE  2017  Satellite  Meeting:
“From  beak  to  tail - mechanisms  underlying  damaging  behaviour  in  
laying hens and pigs”

7th August 2017
Aarhus, Denmark

This  full-day  meeting  will  be  held  within  the ISAE 2017 congress and will focus on two main themes:
“Mechanisms  underlying  the link between health and damaging   behaviour” and  “Predisposing  factors for damaging behaviour   during   early  development”. In addition, the meeting will include a  networking  session,  with  the  aim  to  facilitate knowledge  exchange and future   cooperation between researchers working on damaging behaviour in pigs and poultry. For further information on  the  programme  and  venue,  and  on  how  to register,  please  see  the  “Beak  to  Tail”  homepage.

36th   International   Society   for   Animal   Genetics  (ISAG) Conference

16th-21st July 2017
Dublin, Ireland

The conference will take place in University College Dublin (UCD). The 2017 ISAG Conference will provide an  open  and  friendly  forum  for  the  sharing  of  knowledge  between  scientists  and  practitioners  of  animal genetics applied to economically important and  domesticated  species.  The  conference  will  comprise  a  series  of  plenary  sessions,  workshops  
organised  by  ISAG’s  standing  committees,  poster  presentations, and a series of networking events. For further information on the conference, registrations and  submission  of  abstracts,  please  visit  ISAG2017 website.

European workshop on Bioeconomy

28th-29th June 2017
Paris, France

INRA  and  IRSTEA,  in  association  with  the  French Ministries of Research and Agriculture, organize the “European Workshop on Bioeconomy” in Paris. The event will include four sessions:
1. Bring together, overcome compartmentalization and co-build a system approach;
2. Accompany players on the paths to transition;
3. Identify, organize and add value to the scales of the territory;
4. Measure, analyze and improve the implementation of the bioeconomy.

22nd Congress of the Animal Science and Production Association
(ASPA 2017)

13th-16th June 2017
Perugia, Italy

ASPA  2017  aims  at  promoting  valuable  scientific  contents  and  knowledge  exchange,  combining  the latest developments with the traditional aspects of  animal  production  and  encouraging  dialogue  between  participants  with  different  backgrounds  and  experience,  operating  in  the  animal  science  and  production  field.  The  call  for  abstracts  is  now  open  and  will  close  on  February  15th,  2017.  For  
further information on the programme, registrations and  abstract  submission,  please  visit  ASPA  2017  website.

FECUND Final Stakeholder Webinar

17th January 2017

FP7 project FECUND “Optimisation of early reproductive success in dairy cattle through the definition of new trait and improved reproductive biotechnology” will be completed at the beginning of 2017.

You are invited to FECUND Final Stakeholder Webinar on Tuesday January 17, 2017 at 10:00 CET.

With this final webinar, the organiser aims to share the results of FECUND project (2013-2017) with the relevant stakeholders of dairy cattle industry.

Please Save-the-Date of FECUND Stakeholder Webinar to your agenda and visit the website www.fecund-project.eu for further information on the program, registration and participation to the Webinar.

Sustainable EU Livestock: The way forward

30 November 2016

European Parliament
Brussels, Belgium
EU40 and Elanco Animal Health are jointly organising the third debate of the series “Sustainable EU Livestock: Actions Towards an Innovative, Climate-Smart and Competitive Future“.

The event entitled “Sustainable EU Livestock: The way forward” will take place on the 30th of November 2016, from 13:00 to 15:00h, room JAN 6Q2 at the European Parliament.

This final debate will be a wrap-up discussion of the 3 pillars of sustainable livestock production: environmental, economic and social, debated during the first events of the trilogy. Participants will discuss the way forward towards making the sector more sustainable, as well as how to bridge the trust gap between the livestock sector and consumers.

The third debate, part of a trilogy, is co-hosted by MEP Franc Bogovic (EPP), MEP Michela Giuffrida (S&D) and MEP Daniel Dalton (ECR).

Jannes Maes, Vice-President of CEJA (the European Council of Young Farmers), Lynn Frewer, Professor of Food & Society at Newcastle University, Lukasz Dominiak, General Director of the Polish Poultry Council, Luis Carazo Jimenez, Head of Unit – Animal Products, DG AGRI-European Commission and Jan Dirk Mulder, Senior Animal Protein Analyst at Rabobank are confirmed speakers at the event. The participation of a FAO representative is pending at the moment.

Registration need !
Official website here

Agenda available online

Bratislava Bioeconomy Conference

17 October 2016

Bratislava, Slovakia
The role of regions in the European Bioeconomy

The Slovak Presidency together with European Commission under the auspices of Standing Committee of Agricultural Research (SCAR) will organise a conference on the role of EU regions in developing a sustainable European Bioeconomy. The aim of the conference is to discuss with national and regional stakeholders the new bioeconomy context for the agriculture, forestry and fisheries, the role of research and innovation to overcome the big societal challenges ahead of us and also to identify the barriers in the regions in adapting the bioeconomy strategy. The wider objective is to raise awareness in the EU regions, on the need for bioeconomy strategy building, giving particular emphasis to the Central and Eastern European countries, to bring to the attention of EU policy makers the regional and international aspects of the Bioeconomy, and to raise awareness among stakeholders on the possibilities offered by these new aspects at regional and international level.

Bratislava Bioeconomy conference will be held on October 17 2016 in Bratislava, Slovakia. This high level European meeting is organised by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and National Agriculture and Food Centre and by the European Commission. The conference is a part of the European Bioeconomy Strategy and Action Plan, and serves as an important input to the future orientation of the European Bioeconomy Strategy.

Jean-Louis Peyraud, President of the Animal Task Force and Head of research at INRA (France) will be one of the speakers of the parallel session 4: "Micro and macro regional approaches in the bioeconomy".

Read the ATF presentation at the Bratislava Bioeconomy Conference

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Global Food Forum

14 & 15 October 2016

on a farm
near Milan, Italy
The agri-food sector is at the crossroads between huge opportunities and massive pressure. Every single decision needs to be informed by a wide range of factors, where citizen expectations, breakthrough technologies and consumption patterns in developed but also in developing countries are only the tip of the iceberg.

To cope with these challenges we truly believe that we need a strong strategic vision both at world level and in the European Union, where we have a real responsibility, taking into account our contribution to global food security in Europe and abroad.

The Global Food Forum will gather passionate political and business leaders willing to share insights on their vision, as well as on possible pathways for future developments, aiming to enhance both economic performance and environmental sustainability – around 250 participants representing key influencers of the EU debate will participate, including many MEPs and Ministers that already support this initiative.

The programme will be a set of conference and workshops in casual settings around 4 key questions:
  • The Common Agricultural Policy: a need for overhaul ?
  • EU Climate goals: implications for EU food systems ?
  • From food waste to nutrition: how to build a sustainable food chain?
  • Geeks vs Fears: how to reconcile innovation and tradition?

Organised by : Farm Europe in partnership with Confagricoltura

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28 September 2016

Brussels, Belgium

EU40 is delighted to organise the second debate of the series “Sustainable EU Livestock: Actions towards an Innovative, Climate-Smart and Competitive Future“.

The event entitled “Economic and social pillars of sustainable livestock production” will take place at the European Parliament, from 12.00-14.00h, room PHS P5B001.

Registration needed

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Short video from April 27th, 2016

EU-PLF project – Bright Farm by Precision Livestock Farming

29 September 2016

Brussels, Belgium
We are pleased to invite you to join the Closing conference of the EU-PLF – Bright farm by Precision Livestock Farming, on Sept. 29th, Brussels.
The Animal Task Force is co-organizing this event, together with EU-PLF project team and EAAP. By doing so, ATF is supporting dissemination activities of a major EU-funded project and dialogue between research, industries, farmers and policy makers.

We will present and discuss our position paper on Precision Livestock Farming, including gaps in research and recommendations for policy making, developed on the outcomes our last years’ events on “How to implement Precision Livestock Farming in practice” (see reports on our website):
ATF-EAAP Special Session in Warsaw, Aug. 31, 2015 
ATF Seminar in Brussels, Nov. 17, 2015
EU-PLF project – Bright Farm by Precision Livestock Farming 
  • Results of the 4 year project
  • Presentation of the EU-PLF blueprint on how to implement PLF technology on farms
  • Testimonies of farmers

Precision Livestock Farming

Management of livestock farming by continuous automated real-time monitoring/managing of production/reproduction, health and welfare of livestock and envi-ronmental load.

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Download the conference proceedings


12 - 15 September 2016

Krakow, Poland
EAAP International Symposium on Energy and Protein Metabolism and Nutrition

Continuing the strategy, the 5th EAAP ISEP will focus on combining basic and applied research, and practical applications. Invited lectures and oral and poster presentations of the participants are planned.

The program will cover the following topics:

  • Physiological aspects of protein and energy metabolism and nutrition;
  • Animal product quality and health in the light of protein and energy metabolism and nutrition;
  • Environmental and animal welfare aspects of protein and energy nutrition;
  • Feed sources and feed processing related to energy and protein digestion and metabolism 
  • Methodological aspects of research on protein and energy metabolism and nutrition.

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Final Workshop for Dissemination and Discussion

09 September 2016 

Brussels, Belgium

The IMPRO project, co-funded by the European Commission 7th Framework Programme, released the detailed agenda for the final IMPRO workshop taking place on 9th September in the Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU in Brussels.

The IMPRO project is about strategies and tools to improve animal health in organic dairy farming and to address what is needed to bring organic dairy farming closer to the expectation of consumers.

See the detailed agenda

Link to the official website

Registration needed

SAPHIR Stakeholder Meeting

31 August 2016 

Belfast, United Kingdom

SAPHIR Stakeholder Meeting will be organised during the 67th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science on 31 August 2016, in Belfast, UK. The meeting is at The Waterfront Conference and Exhibition Centre in the heart of Belfast and on the banks of the River Lagan.

The stakeholder meeting intends to create a platform for the scientists to meet with food animal stakeholders, policy makers, food industry and consumer representatives to discuss the advances made in the field of livestock vaccine strategies (under control of the Ex. Com and the IPUDC) in light of the SAPHIR project, and the needs and interests of stakeholders.

The workshop aims to facilitate interactions between academics and stakeholders and increase mutual awareness.

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International Precision Dairy Farming Conference

21 - 23 June 2016

Leeuwarden, the Netherlands
Precision Dairy Farming is one of the major topics that influences dairy farming developments worldwide.

After three successful North American Precision Dairy Farming Conferences, the first International Precision Dairy Farming Conference will be organized in 2016, in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands.

A programme on the crossroads of science and practice, aiming at a conference that brings together the scientists, who are interested in applied Precision Dairy Farming technology:

  • Technology manufacturers who will be the key drivers in product and service development;
  • Veterinarians/advisors who are the key users in the latest scientific developments; and
  • All who are interested in Precision Dairy Farming developments.

Environmental Sustainability of Livestock Production  

27 April 2016

European Parliament

Brussels, Belgium

EU40 is organising a debate entitled “Environmental sustainability of livestock production” as part of the trilogy “Sustainable EU Livestock: Actions Towards an Innovative, Climate-Smart and Competitive Future”. The first debate will take place on the 27th of April 2016, from 12:00 to 14:00h, room PHS 5B001 at the European Parliament.

The debate is co-hosted by MEP Michela Giuffrida (S&D), MEP Jasenko Selimovic (ALDE), MEP Franc Bogovic (EPP) and MEP Daniel Dalton (ECR)Sandwich lunch will be provided.

This debate is part of a trilogy and aims at targeting the following topics:

– Improve the impact of livestock on the environment and climate;

– Foster innovation in R&D, policy and at the farm, as well as aknowledge-based livestock sector.

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EIP-AGRI workshop "Operational Groups: first experiences"

20 - 21 April 2016

Legnaro, Italy

New date for EIP-AGRI workshop "Operational Groups: first experiences"

The EIP-AGRI workshop has been rescheduled to 20-21 April 2016. 

The EIP-AGRI workshop, which was set to take place on 20-21 January 2016, will now take place on 20-21 April 2016, at the same location - Legnaro, Italy.

This will allow more already active Operational Groups to participate in the event.

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12-13 April 2016

Utrecht, Netherlands
The fourth BioEconomy Stakeholders' Conference will be held on 12 & 13 April 2016 at the headquarters of Rabobank Nederland in Utrecht, the Netherlands, under the auspices of the Dutch EU Presidency.

This high–level European meeting is co-organised by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and by the European Commission.

The conference is an action under the European Bioeconomy Strategy and Action Plan, and as such also serves as an important input to the future orientation of the European Bioeconomy Strategy, which will be reviewed and evaluated in 2016.

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