Alltech has selected four regional finalists who will vie for the 2008 Alltech Young Scientist Award. The award will be presented on April 22 as part of Alltech’s 24th International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium in Lexington, Ky.
* North America – Craig Louder, Utah State University, U.S.A., “The
Estrogenic Mycotoxin Zearalenone and its Importance in Livestock Production”
* Asia-Pacific – Bayu Magkurat, Diponegoro University, Indonesia,
“Review : Prospect of Mannan Oligosaccharide as Food Supplement for Tiger Shrimp
* Europe/Africa – Zhelyazko Sabev, Trakia University,
Bulgaria, “Strategies of Animal Nutrition – Decreasing the Environmental
Emissions and Pollution”
* Latin America – Mateus Silveira Lopes,
Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Brazil, “Effect of the Addition of Modified
Glucomannan in Diets containing Zearalenone on Reproductive and Metabolic
Parameters of Sheep”
Each student who entered the competition was
required to submit a scientific paper of 3,000-3,500 words on an issue relating
to natural solutions to animal health challenges. The four finalists will be
asked to submit a scientific poster and presentation to a panel of judges during
Alltech’s Symposium and will be competing for a scholarship valued at $5,000
The competition, currently in its third year, provides a forum for
undergraduate students throughout the world to interact with one of the leading
players in the animal feed industry while strengthening their research skills.
The 2008 program drew 727 entries from over 80 distinguished universities around
the world, more than doubling the participation level in 2007.
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