S.C.O.P.E. SCIENTIFIC CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE PROTEIN ECONOMY
3 - 5 October 2018
The nature of science requires creativity, curiosity and the ability to break free of conventional approaches to problem solving in order to push boundaries and make genuine progress. This capacity for thinking and investigation fuels our ability as an industry to wield technology in a way that furthers economic development, drives e ciency, promotes sustainability and delivers safe and nourishing products to a growing population — now and in the future. In that vein, we invite you to join us to explore the Scientific Challenges and Opportunities in the Protein Economy (SCOPE). Our theme marries mental agility and inventiveness with the practicalities of conducting business in a global network of purchasers and suppliers that demands competitiveness throughout the feed and food chain.
BIOMIN Announces 2018 World Nutrition Forum Details
Leading feed, livestock and aquaculture professionals along with researchers, academics and other representatives will gather in Cape Town, South Africa from 3 to 5 October 2018.
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BIOMIN Hosts 8th World Nutrition Forum in Cape Town, South Africa
Innovative animal nutrition company BIOMIN hosted 800 delegates from 76 countries in Cape Town, South Africa from 3 to 5 October 2018. The theme of the scientific conference was S.C.O.P.E. or “Scientific Challenges and Opportunities in the Protein Economy.”
Over 40 expert speakers from industry and academia from across the globe explored the latest market trends and scientific developments relating to food-producing animals. In addition, delegates enjoyed opportunities for networking and experiencing the richness and diversity of local culture.
5 October 2018 – In the presence of 800 delegates, Prof Dr Konrad Domig of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) was awarded the biennial B.R.A.I.N. award on the second day of the 2018 World Nutrition Forum, a scientific conference hosted by BIOMIN, this time in Cape Town, South Africa.
BIOMIN Announces Support for MycoSafe-South to Combat Mycotoxins in Sub-Saharan Africa
BIOMIN, the global leader in mycotoxin deactivation, has recently announced its involvement in a 3-year, nearly US$1 million project to tackle mycotoxin-related food safety issues in sub-Saharan Africa.
Mycotoxins Will Pose Greater Threat to Feed Safety, Hindering Industry Productivity and Sustainability
The expanding danger that secondary fungal metabolites pose to global feed safety, profitability and sustainability is becoming more apparent to the scientific community and agriculture sector.