Agri-tech developments under the spotlight at BSAS student council event

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Posted on December 07, 2017

The latest global developments in animal science and technology are set to come under the spotlight during a special BSAS and BSAS Student Council event looking at the future of agriculture.

The one-off seminar, ‘Agri-tech: What next for the future of farming’, will see Dave Ross of SRUC and the Agri-EPI Centre discuss the latest trends in precision tools and technology, as well as the developments which could shape the next generation of livestock production.

The free event, held in Lecture Theatre 1 at SRUC's Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies on Thursday 11 January, is open to all students and staff interested in animal science. It includes a free lunch from 12:30pm followed by the seminar at 1pm.

The seminar is part of the BSAS student council’s annual calendar of events, which aim to inspire and support students as they prepare for a career in animal science and its related fields.

The activities form part of BSAS’s wider commitments to drive education, innovation and sustainability in animal science and livestock production.

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