The 9th EAAP Webinar titled “What could be the future of “cultured meat”?” will be held on Tuesday, February 8th 2022, 14:00 – 16:00 CET, and is
The European Federation
of Animal Science
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EAAP is proud to announce that the Special issue of the journal Animal entitled “Sustainable livestock systems for high-producing animals” is now published on animal
The on-line application platform for EAAP Scholarships is open! EAAP is happy to provide this year the same number of scholarships offered in 2021: up
Like every year during the Porto Annual Meeting, EAAP will grant to a selected early career researcher the “EAAP Young Scientists Award”. All scientists who
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.