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How can the developed and developing world benefit from future enzyme technologies?

Location: Europe Conference Room, Radisson Blu Hanover
Date & time: Wednesday, 12 November 2014, 17.00 - 19.00h


17.00  Opening and introduction
Emmy Koeleman, Editor of AllAboutFeed
17.05-17.35  Outline the different issues faced by the developing and developed world in terms of achieving food security and how that relates to the penetration of feed enzyme technologies
Nan-Dirk Mulder, Associate Director Commodities, Feed and Animal Nutrition at Rabobank International

17.35-18.05  How science and feed enzymes in particular can help resolve food security issues
Charlotte Poulsen, Senior Staff Scientist at DuPont

18.05-18.35  Is phytase a mature or immature technology? And what future developments might hold for the emerged and emerging markets?
Dr. Peter Selle, Adjunct Associate Professor Poultry Research Foundation, University of Sydney
18.35-19.00  Q&A session

End of the seminar