AFBI is pleased to announce details of its annual science outlook conference: “AFBI Science Outlook Conference 2021” which will take place on 24 March 2021 by Webinar.
The conference now in its fourth year will focus on key challenges and opportunities, and associated recent scientific developments, which are expected to have significant implications for the local and global agri-food and environmental sectors.
The conference programme will be presented by a number of AFBI’s leading scientists alongside internationally renowned specialists. The key topics to be covered include the interaction between animal and human health; the role of plant based foods into the future and opportunities for NI; and Modelling and managing our ecosystems to ensure future sustainability.
This is your chance to hear about the latest developments in science and how these will shape the future of the local and global agri-food industry and our environment.
The full conference programme and registration details will follow in due course.
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- New year, new behaviour on farm 15 January 2021
- Appointment of Board Members to the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute Board (AFBI) 07 January 2021
- AFBI in €80M EU consortium on ‘Climate-smart sustainable management of agricultural soils’ 06 January 2021