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Dear EAAP members,
since 1949, EAAP has represented an essential point of reference for animal science dissemination. During these 70 years the members of our community have strongly contributed to develop the important role of the organisation through several events, publications and activities. We would like to highlight the most relevant steps in EAAP’S history in a short video created by our staff.
At the end of the video you will find a drawing representing how we imagine EAAP’s future. We have launched a contest and you can contribute by sending us a drawing or a short description (max 1000 characters space included). If you feel inspired why don’t you send us your ideas?
The winner will be announced during the EAAP Annual Meeting in Ghent at the Welcome Ceremony, receiving a special gift.
Please submit your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is August 23th.
Interested to become active as an EAAP young scientist?
The group of young scientists in the EAAP is growing and it gives YOU the opportunity to be an active part of it! Apply for an open position now and join us!
The young EAAP board is seeking for a secretary and there are open positions for young scientists in the following Study Commissions:
Just send an email with a CV and a motivation letter stating for which position you apply to email@example.com and don’t hesitate to contact us for any further questions!
Our awardees in Ghent:
H. Wilhelm Schaumann Stiftung Scholarship:
Animal Journal Scholarship winner:
EAAP Scholarships winners:
Fitter Livestock Farming session – EAAP 70th Annual Meeting 2019 –28th August 2019, Ghent – Belgium
During 70th EAAP annual meeting, the cluster Fitter Livestock Farming PG composed by 6 European projects (Feed-a-Gene, IMAGE, SAPHIR, SmartCow, GplusE, GenTORE) has organised the joint session n°43 “Burning issues in biodiversity 2: fitter livestock farms from better gene banks” to be held on 28th August from 14:00 to 17:00 at the International Convention Center (ICC), room Baeckland 1. The session will be chaired by Michèle Tixier-Boichard (IMAGE project).
For more information and program click here