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The European Federation
of Animal Science
We promote research, discussion, debate and dissemination of high quality and relevant animal science findings amongst the scientific communities, the livestock industry, civil society and groups with interests in livestock production.
Part of EAAP’s mission is to disseminate animal science and related research results. Here you can find publications with the latest and most important science research results.
The European platform where all scientists, during their early career, meet and share their experiences, expectations and aspirations. Expand your scientific networks through social media and EAAP meetings.
Become a member of the European animal science community and increase your network, get discounts for scientific sessions and workshops, publish and access updated technical information, and much more.
News and Events
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Abram Bicksler explains the relevant role of bees and other pollinators for the ecosystem of the word
The process to elect the 2020 Young Scientists Award is moving to the final step. From all candidates a short list was made on the
EAAP is glad to announce the decision to re-open the applications for the open positions of the Management Boards of every Study Commission! The new deadline to apply is October 15th.
A study reveals the role that Camelids antibodies might have in the fight against Coronavirus
EAAP invites you to check the validity of the dates for every single event published in the Calendar, due to the state of sanitary emergency that the world is currently dealing with.
EAAP journey from past to future
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.