WMFmeetsIUPAC – the joint conference of the 11th Conference of The World Mycotoxin Forum® and the XVth IUPAC International Symposium on Mycotoxins – takes place in Belfast, Northern Ireland, 14-16 October 2019. Registration is now open.
The event will build on the success of the previous conferences held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands (2012) and Winnipeg, Canada (2016).
The aim of WMFmeetsIUPAC – the world’s largest mycotoxin event – is to increase the awareness of human and animal health risks due to mycotoxin contamination. It offers a platform for the food and feed industry, science and regulatory authorities to exchange current knowledge, to promote harmonisation of food and feed safety regulations and control procedures, and to make recommendations for integrated strategies ensuring the safety and security of food and feed supply chains.
WMFmeetsIUPAC offers an excellent way to network and to share ideas, providing a reference source for anyone involved in this field. The event will include:
High-quality speakers, ample time for discussions, and every opportunity to establish rewarding contacts are values WMFmeetsIUPAC wants to uphold. And the event also promises to have an interesting social programme. The General Conference Chairs are Prof. Rudolf Krska and Prof. Chris Elliott.
The WMFmeetsIUPAC will be held in cooperation with All About Feed. As a premium media partner All About Feed published the Mycotoxin special edition, a special magazine that will be available at the conference for all delegates and will be sent to the 20,000+ readership of All About Feed. For more information on the advertising and sponsored article propositions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The world leading independent mycotoxin conference – The World Mycotoxin Forum – is spreading its wings and will organise the first Asia edition in January 2020 – WMFmeetsAsia. The event will be organised by Misset International, the publisher of the international multimedia brand All About Feed, in cooperation with Bastiaanse Communication, the creator and organiser of the regular editions of the World Mycotoxin Forum.
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