This Summit provides an opportunity for discussions on genetic technology applied to agricultural animals including benefits, research and development, regulatory systems, and challenges to advancing health, food, and industrial applications of animal biotechnology. In one venue, attendees have the opportunity to interact with thought leaders from industry, academia, venture capital, and government about the field of animal biotechnology and opportunities for the utilization of science in the production of food, health products, and fibers necessary for the world’s population.
Kansas City, MO is in the heart of the Animal Health Corridor, allowing for the opportunity to interact with the leaders in animal health and realize the possibilities for genetics-based solutions to animal disease and production. During the last Summit in 2010, robust discussions developed on topics such and the care and use of animals in research, new discoveries in animal biotechnology, and international applications of the technology including attendees from around the world.
The networking opportunities are numerous at the Summit with influential colleagues in animal biotechnology.
September 19-21, 2012
Downtown Hotel, Crowne Plaza, Kansas City, Missouri
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