Films from the Plenary Sessions will be available soon on the EAAPwebsite www.eaap.org ONLY for EAAP Individual Members
Information how to apply to become an Individual Member is available here
PDF presentations and book of abstracts are available here
EAAP PROGRAM FOUNDATION
EAAP aims to bring to our annual meetings, speakers who can present the latest findings and views on developments in the various fields of science relevant to animal production and its allied industries. In order to sustain the quality of the scientific program that will continue to entice the broad interest in EAAP meetings we have created the “EAAP Program Foundation”. This Foundation aims to support
- Invited speakers with a high international profile by funding part or all of registration and travel costs.
- Delegates from less favoured areas by offering scholarships to attend EAAP meetings
- Young scientists by providing prizes for best presentations
The “EAAP Program Foundation” is an initiative of the Scientific Committee (SC) of EAAP. The Foundation aims to stimulate the quality of the scientific program of the EAAP meetings and to ensure that the science meets societal needs. The Foundation Board of Trustees oversees these aims and seeks to recruit sponsors to support its activities.
EAAP (The European Federation of Animal Science) organises every year an international meeting which attracts between 900 and 1500 people. The main aims of EAAP are to promote, by means of active co-operation between its members and other relevant international and national organisations, the advancement of scientific research, sustainable development and systems of production; experimentation, application and extension; to improve the technical and economic conditions of the livestock sector; to promote the welfare of farm animals and the conservation of the rural environment; to control and optimise the use of natural resources in general and animal genetic resources in particular; to encourage the involvement of young scientists and technicians. More information on the organisation and its activities can be found at www.eaap.org