The Science of Animal Thinking and Emotion
2014-03-17 to 2014-03-18
Washington, DC, USA
Science is making stunning discoveries about animal cognition, awareness and emotion. How can we leverage this information for positive change in government and industry? This two-day conference brings together thought-leaders in the science and implications of animal sentience, and influential voices in the policy and corporate domains. As the bedrock of ethics, sentience deserves a more prominent place in the legislative and corporate landscape.
Monday, March 17, 2014: The Science and Implications of Animal Cognition
- The Emotional Brain
- Farm Animal Cognition
- Ape and Dog Cognition
- Awareness and Experience
- The Fishes
- Animal Language
- Animal Pleasure
- Student speed presentations
Tuesday, March 18, 2014: The Application of Animal Cognition
- Conscious Capitalism
- The Psychology of Social Change
- The History of Social Change
- Marketing Sentience through the Media
- The Influence of Sentience on Animal Research
- Sentience in the EU
2014 IACUC Conference: 40 Years of Public Responsibility: Supporting Good Science, Animal Welfare, and Compliance
2014-04-02 to 2014-04-03
Science into Practice – Annual Conference 2014
2014-04-29 to 2014-04-30
University of Nottingham, UK
Covering the full range of animal and veterinary science issues, the event will give researchers, teachers, students, vets and policy-makers a chance to hear about the latest developments in animal science and technology.
Open to newcomers and those already established in animal science, the two-day conference also offers the chance to network in a friendly environment.
2nd International Conference on Animal Health Surveillance
2014-05-07 to 2014-05-09
La Havana, Cuba
Similar to the first ICAHS
in 2011, ICAHS2
will provide a platform for discussion and interaction among surveillance stakeholders - researchers, risk managers, animal health managers and other decision makers - to foster a better dialog between science and policy in the field of animal health surveillance. The conference will include both discussions about scientific and technical issues and will also explore how scientists and policy makers can collaborate to facilitate the implementation of effective and efficient surveillance methods.
45th Annual IAAAM Conference
2014-05-17 to 2014-05-22
Gold Coast, Australia
The IAAAM is an organization of individuals who are professionally interested in and devote a significant amount of time to the practice of aquatic animal medicine, teaching and research in aquatic animal medicine, or the husbandry and management of aquatic animals.
16th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference
2014-05-26 to 2014-05-29
The aim of the conference is to bring people involved in pest animal research and management together from Australasia and elsewhere, to network with other like-minded people, including, but not limited to:
- Researchers and students involved in pest management
- State government agencies
- Federal and international government agencies
- Local government pest officers and councillors
- Landowners and Managers
- Natural Resource Management bodies
- Members of conservation agencies and Industry bodies
- Contractors and community project officers
XIVth European Poultry Conference
2014-06-23 to 2014-06-27
The main factor determining the success of the conference will be the quality of the scientific presentations and the high-quality discussions and thoughts of all delegates. This will depend on all those attending the conference. However, we will do our utmost to make sure the programme is addressing core issues facing poultry production and science world-wide. Through a carefully selected scientific committee and merit-based criteria for invitation, we will ensure that the speakers at the conference add knowledge and stimulate good discussions to further improve an already very advanced and science-based industry. Thus further strengthening the industry’s position as one of the most sustainable and competitive animal industries in the world.
34th International Society for Animal Genetics Conference
ISAG is devoted to the study of the immunogenetics, molecular genetics and functional genomics of economically important domesticated animals. It is a scientific society that promotes scientific research and facilitates communication and dissemination of knowledge among scientists worldwide. For the first time in its remarkable 60 years history, the conference is now moving to China.
ADSA®, ASAS and CSAS 2014 Joint Annual Meeting (JAM)
2014-07-20 to 2014-07-24
Kansas City, USA
Please note that the scientific program is under development. We will release the full symposium and workshop list, definitive symposia dates and speaker lists Dec. 1, 2013.
• Triennial Lactation Symposium: Biology of Lactation of Farm Animals
• ASAS-ASN Pre-Conference
• Cell Biology Symposium
• ADSA Multidisciplinary International Leadership Keynote (MILK) Symposium
• EAAP-ASAS Inaugural Global Hot Topics Symposium: “Genetics Revolution”
• Workshop: “Make your talk TED-worthy”
• Beta-Agonists: What the Data Say?
9th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences
2014-08-24 to 2014-08-28
Prague, Czech Republic
We are proud that Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic will host the 9th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences
in August 24-28, 2014. The world congress provides an exceptional forum to underline the importance of both the ethical issues of animal experimentation and the approach to the life sciences in the 21st century.
6th International Conference on the Assessment of Animal Welfare at Farm and Group Level
2014-09-03 to 2014-09-05
WAFL is an international scientific conference on the assessment of animal welfare at group level (on farms, at slaughter, in labs etc.). It takes place every three years and usually lasts two and a half days. It hosts about 300 researchers worldwide, as well as other people interested in animal welfare (animal protection association, professional organizations, ...).
39th World Small Animal Association Congress
2014-09-16 to 2014-09-19
Cape Town, South Africa
Get ready to be a part of the world's largest congress for small animal veterinary professionals. Experience the majestic splendor of South Africa's wildlife, culture and tradition whilst enhancing your professional veterinary network and knowledge.
At the 39th World Small Animal Association Congress, WSAVA 2014 congress, in Cape Town you will enjoy three days of educational opportunities presented by the most renowned speakers and names in the companion animal veterinary field.