32 Poultry Science Symposium

3rd July

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WPSA UK is pleased to announce its 32nd Poultry Science Symposium which will take place on July 3 to 5, 2017 in Cambridge.       

 

 

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Symposium Remit

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The theme of 2017 symposium is “Poultry feathers and skin – the past, present and future of poultry integument”. The theme captures a wide breadth of subjects dealing with the natural first defence of birds against all insults. The organising committee has chosen an idyllic environment of Clare College in the historic and renowned city of Cambridge for this educational and timely symposium.

 

The scientific committee has put together a program that will capture the aspects of biology, genetics, welfare, nutrition and other management aspects related to poultry feathers and skin looking both to the past and the future. World leading experts in the various areas of research above will make presentations on current research and thinking in their respective fields. There will also be opportunity for posters and short oral presentation in this year’s symposium.

 

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Abstract submission now open - see below (deadline 28/02/2017)

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Abstract Submission - now open!

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**Please note, oral presentations are by invited speakers only. All submitted abstracts will be presented as posters only.

Closing date for submission of abstracts is 28, February 2017.

Conference registration

Registration for conference is not yet opened

 

Delegate

Early Registration Fees*

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Standard Delegate

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Student/Retired Delegate

£

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Day Registration

£

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The Destination (mouse over images to see more pictures)

Cambridge skyline

The historic City of Cambridge provides an ideal setting for the conference.

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punting

At the conference venue you are not far away from where historic discoveries were made or from the fun of punting.

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Getting to Cambridge

Flying: The nearest airports to Cambridge are Cambridge International Airport, London Stansted Airport and London Luton Airport.

Driving: Cambridge is linked to London and the M25 by the M11 motorway. Access from Midlands and North is via the A14 and A1. From whichever direction  you are coming from, you should make for A14 to the north of Cambridge.

By Rail: There is easy connection from London Stansted Airport to Cambridge. And with Eurostar, Cambridge is a gateway to Europe.

For more information on Cambridge, go to www.visitcambridge.org

The Venue

The Venue for the symposium is Clare College*,the second oldest college in Cambridge. It is a college rich in history and provides a relaxing setting for our conference. 

Accommodation

Special rates have been secured for symposium delegates at the conference hotel. Details will be available soon.

Accommodation rates

These will be displayed during registration and can be booked through the registration form.

For alternative accommodation in Cambridge, visit www.visitcambridge.org. There are many options to suit a range of budgets within easy access of both the symposium venue and city centre.

Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities

The scientific symposium offers great opportunities for participation by commercial organisations. Details are available by contacting Helen Masey O'Neill 

The list of Sponsors will be displayed in due course.

 

Advertise the Symposium

Advertise 32nd Poultry Science Symposium, download the flyer here

 

Local Organizing Committee

Lucy Tovey, Oluyinka Olukosi, Anthony Waller

Scientific Committee

Oluyinka Olukosi, Victor Olori, Nick French, Ariane Helmbrecht, Sarah Lambton.

Sponsorship

Please contact Helen Masey O'Neill for sponsorship opportunity.

 

*The organisation (WPSA UK) is one which contracts Clare College for the use of facilities, but which otherwise has no connection or association with Clare College or the University of Cambridge.

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