How Will Emerged and Emerging Worlds Benefit from Future Enzyme Technologies?22 October 2014
UK - Danisco Animal Nutrition will celebrate 25+ years of enzyme innovation at Eurotier with a VIP seminar on how future enzyme technologies can benefit the developed and developing world.
Danisco Animal Nutrition, a subsidiary of DuPont Industrial Biosciences, will celebrate 25+ years of enzyme innovation at Eurotier with a VIP seminar co-hosted with All About Feed.
The seminar, entitled, 'How can the developed and developing world benefit from future enzyme technologies?' will be moderated by Emmy Koeleman, Editor of All About Feed and will include the following topics:
- What future food security means to the developing and developed world - Nan-Dirk Mulder, Associate Director Commodities, Feed and Animal Nutrition at Rabobank International, will 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.
- The role that enzymes can play in terms of increasing the efficiency by which animals convert feed into protein - Charlotte Poulsen, Senior Staff Scientist at DuPont, will address how science and feed enzymes in particular can help resolve food security issues in the developing and developed world.
- Phytase – a mature or immature technology? - Dr Peter Selle, Adjunct Associate Professor Poultry Research Foundation, University of Sydney, will discuss the future of phytase in the context of the developing and developed world.
The seminar will take place in the Europe Conference Room at the Radisson Blu Hanover on Wednesday 12 November 2014 from 17:00 to 19:00hrs.
To apply for one of the few remaining places at the seminar, fill in this form by 31 October 2014. The event will be videoed and available for download at the AllAboutFeed web site after the event.
Johan Jansen-Storbacka, Regional Industry Leader at Danisco Animal Nutrition, EMEA, commented: “Our VIP seminar reflects Danisco Animal Nutrition’s continuing innovation and leadership in feed enzymes after more than 25 years of product and service ‘firsts’. It also demonstrates our commitment to helping our customers ensure global food security.”
Danisco Animal Nutrition will also be running technical workshops on the latest enzyme, probiotic and betaine developments at the show, including demonstrations of its Optimize Feed™ Service which helps customers to calculate the optimum dose of its bio-efficacious phytase products and its Betafin®natural betaine.
Web site: animalnutrition.dupont.com.
Danisco Animal Nutrition will be at EuroTier - Hall 16/C15.ThePoultrySite News Desk