One last chance to present at EAAP 2016
The deadline for submissions to present at the 2016 EAAP Conference in Belfast has been extended to Monday 7 March.
Would-be presenters now have one more week to apply to present at this year's event, held in Belfast, Northern Ireland, from 29 August to 2 September.
EAAP general secretary Andrea Rosati said: “We received many requests to extended the deadline by a few days, which is why we have decided to delay the submission till Monday 7 March.
“No abstracts will be accepted after then, so this really is the last chance for people to make their submissions to present at Europe’s largest animal science conference.”
Submissions can be made by anyone who studies or working in animal science, or any industry connected to the livestock sector.
This includes animal scientists, farmers, social scientists, consultants, lecturers, government and agency experts, extension officers, students and Nuffield scholars.
Topics should ideally fit into the list of technical topics, which includes cattle, sheep, goat and pig production, the equine sector as well as fish, food and industry-relevant science. The full list can be found on the EAAP abstracts page.