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Alltech-Hartpury Conference 2024 - non student: early bird

£35.00

Description

The 13th Alltech-Hartpury Conference, to be held on the 8th of May 2024, will host Dr Heather Cameron-Whytock and Professor Kristien Verheyen as keynote speakers in addition to a fantastic range undergraduate and postgraduate research presentations.

The 13th Alltech-Hartpury Equine Student Conference will be held on the 8th of May 2024 at Hartpury University. This annual conference is aimed at students and gives them the opportunity to experience a scientific conference, from writing and submitting an abstract to delivering a theatre presentation to a conference of student delegates. Conferences are often daunting for young scientists; this conference allows them to go through the motions of disseminating their work without the intimidation of presenting to experts and supervisors. Submissions from both undergraduate and postgraduate students will be considered under a range of themes;
• Equine behaviour and welfare
• Equine business management
• Breeding, genetics and stud management
• Equine health and therapy
• Equine nutrition and feeding
• Rider performance
• Equine performance
• Social Licence to Operate in the equine industry
However, all topics of interest to equestrian science and industry will be considered
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Alltech-Hartpury Conference 2024 - student: early bird

£30.00

Description

The 13th Alltech-Hartpury Conference, to be held on the 8th of May 2024, will host Dr Heather Cameron-Whytock and Professor Kristien Verheyen as keynote speakers in addition to a fantastic range undergraduate and postgraduate research presentations.

The 13th Alltech-Hartpury Equine Student Conference will be held on the 8th of May 2024 at Hartpury University. This annual conference is aimed at students and gives them the opportunity to experience a scientific conference, from writing and submitting an abstract to delivering a theatre presentation to a conference of student delegates. Conferences are often daunting for young scientists; this conference allows them to go through the motions of disseminating their work without the intimidation of presenting to experts and supervisors. Submissions from both undergraduate and postgraduate students will be considered under a range of themes;
• Equine behaviour and welfare
• Equine business management
• Breeding, genetics and stud management
• Equine health and therapy
• Equine nutrition and feeding
• Rider performance
• Equine performance
• Social Licence to Operate in the equine industry
However, all topics of interest to equestrian science and industry will be considered
Read More