EAAP and Animine are pleased to announce the Second Animine Academy. The National Museum of Natural History in Paris will become once again the venue for this one and a half day workshop held on 22nd and 23rd June 2017. Renowned invited speakers will share latest scientific knowledge and will effectively contribute to the dialogue between industry and scientific research. Save the date!
The workshop will be held at the National Museum of Natural History, in the auditorium near the mythical place of the Great Gallery of Evolution. This magical space created by Jules André in 1889 includes thousands of animal specimens that tell the amazing story of evolution. Take a chance to visit the museum once the Animine Academy is over.
A Gala Dinner will be organized on the river Seine, on Thursday June 22. You will have a chance to experience the stunning beauty of Paris after the sunset. The river Seine will take you through breathtaking views of the City of Lights, making it an unforgettable experience while tasting the delightful French cuisine.
On Friday June 23, a guided tour of The Grand Gallery of Evolution, will be available for those who are interested. The National Museum of Natural History hosts one of the largest expositions concerning the adventure of evolution. One hour and a half guided tour will make you discover the magnificent beauty of species.
There is a high number of conferences on animal production and nutrition in the world. What makes Animine Academy unique, so that your time with us will be highly valuable ?
10.00 – 10.45 | Discussion, questions and answers
10.45 – 11.15 | Coffee break
12.00 – 12.45 | Discussion, questions and answers
12.45 – 14.00 | Lunch
Thursday afternoon – Chairman: Daniel Brugger
14.45 – 15.30 | Discussion, questions and answers
15.30 – 16.00 | Coffee break
16.00 – 16.45 | Dr Jürgen Zentek (Free University of Berlin, Germany) – Pharmacological dosage of zinc oxide in piglet diets
16.45 – 17.30 | Discussion, questions and answers
09.15 – 10.00 | Discussion, questions and answers
10.00 – 10.30 | Coffee break
11.15 – 12.00 | Discussion, questions and answers
I have good memories of the first Animine Academy in 2015 in Paris. The program was well balanced in interesting scientific presentations by several speakers from all sorts of different backgrounds and at different levels of expertise, lunch and coffee breaks. This academy with such a scientific approach encouraged me to look carefully at the zinc recommendations and way of application in the current feed formulation. The guidance of the organization staff was perfect, they were willing to help me in the registration for the Academy and finding the right accommodation. The accommodation was really good, and the diner on the river with a vision on the Eifel Tower was really impressive.
"An unprecedented format" The unique format of Animine Academy allows to address the very heart of each topic and favors personal interactions. Top quality speakers and amazing location in the heart of Paris!
The seminar focuses one specific area, minerals nutrition of monogastric animals. It can offer us deep understand to the Zinc and Copper application in the husbandry industry. It is good for the sustainable development of the society.
The first Animiane Academy let us know minerals in deep level and tell us how to use it in the practical production scientifically.
Animine is one professional company in mineral nutrition. It can organize different kinds of sources to offer extra value to the technical people of feed industry, researchers, etc. At the same time, Animine also pays attention to environment protection and human health and provide perfect product to the market.
The first Animine Academy is one good platform offering us opportunity to communicate and learn with other technical people from different countries.
The organizer thinks as participants and offered perfect service to all participants. All the presentations offer plenty of new knowledge and have close relationship with practical production. It is one nice seminar.
It was a delight that Animine together with EAAP hosted the first Animine Academy that focused on mineral nutrition. The presentations are informative, reflective in such a way that you have to revisit the basic interactions of different minerals. This type of conference is highly recommended for academe and practitioners.
The first Animine Academy was an informative interaction of scientist and industry personnel. The meeting addressed current issues in mineral use and provide quality research outcomes, to assist us in making the best use of minerals in animal nutrition in the future.
Leading scientist shared their views on trace element nutrition. Very well-organized; with an interactive set-up, great networking opportunities and in a beautiful historical setting in Paris. EAAP-industry Academies appear to be a perfect breeding ground for further innovation in animal nutrition
The first Animine Academy was a great opportunity for the participants to gain knowledge on current topics in trace mineral nutrition. Stephane Durosoy brought together experts from industry, government, and academia to provide a rich in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities that we shall all soon face. The meeting was well organized to provide engaging professional interaction and an interesting cultural experience. It is good that the Animine Academy continues as an annual event.
Here you can download pdf versions and listen to audio registrations of the scientific presentations discussed during the 1st Animine Academy
(Philippe Chemineau, EAAP – Stéphane Durosoy, Animine)
(Gert Van Duinkerken, EAAP – Wageningen University–the Netherlands)
|Principles of homeostatic regulation: application to minerals
(Agnès Narcy, INRA – France)
|How nutritional Zinc requirements of broilers are defined?
(Yves Nys, INRA – France)
|Zinc metabolism in monogastric animals
(Daniel Brugger, Technische Universität München–Germany)
|Differences between nutritional and growth promoting levels of Zinc supplementation in pigs: effects on performance and on the environment
(Jean-Yves Dourmad, INRA–France) – available in May 2017
|Growth promoting effects of copper supplementation in pigs
(Paul Bikker, Wageningen University – the Netherlands) – available in June 2017
|EU regulation: towards a decrease of maximum Zinc dietary levels?
(Patrick Schlegel, Agroscope – Switzerland)
(Philippe Chemineau, EAAP – Stéphane Durosoy, Animine)
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