BSAS announces new collaboration with the University of Life Sciences King Mihai I from Timisoara, Romania
The British Society of Animal Science (BSAS) is delighted to announce a new collaboration with the University of Life Sciences King Mihai I from Timisoara, Romania. The partnership will enable both organisations to formally engage in discussions and dialogue on key global issues related to animal science.
The University of Life Sciences King Mihai I, renowned for its dedication to advancing research and education in the domain of animal science, has joined forces with BSAS, a leading international authority in animal science globally. This partnership underscores the commitment of both organisations to foster international collaboration and elevate the European standards of research and education in the field.
The collaboration will encompass a wide range of initiatives, including participation the global platform at the BSAS annual conference to identify, present and discuss recent scientific, regulatory developments in animal science. These efforts aim to facilitate the exchange of innovative ideas, best practice, and breakthroughs in animal science, contributing to the development of sustainable solutions to address the world's evolving challenges in agriculture, animal welfare, and food security.
The partnership will also encourage collaboration around professional development for members and the establishment of a vibrant early career community as well a joint communication to promote and share news and activities.
"This partnership with the University of Life Sciences King Mihai I is an exciting and promising development for the British Society of Animal Science. Together, we have a unique opportunity to leverage our combined expertise and resources to make substantial advancements in the field of animal science," said Maggie Mitchell, CEO at BSAS.
Prof. Dr. Cosmin Popescu - Rector, at the University of Life Sciences King Mihai I, shared their enthusiasm for the collaboration: "We are thrilled to join forces with the British Society of Animal Science, a recognized international authority in the field. This partnership will undoubtedly lead to new discoveries, foster educational growth, and strengthen the bonds between our institutions."
This collaboration is expected to bring about significant benefits to researchers, students, and professionals in both the UK and Romania. The University of Life Sciences King Mihai I and the British Society of Animal Science are committed to working closely to promote innovation, knowledge sharing, and scientific progress in the world of animal science.