Petfood Forum, the leading conference for the global petfood industry, is seeking abstracts for oral presentations and scientific posters for its 2015 event, organizers have announced. In 2015, Petfood Forum will take place April 27-30 in its new home of Kansas City, Missouri, USA.
Submissions to the call for papers for oral presentations are due October 1, 2014. The Petfood Forum 2015 content advisory board is seeking noncommercial abstracts on the latest research and information on topics such as pet nutrition, the petfood market and petfood safety, processing, marketing, packaging, palatability and new product development. The topic should be original to Petfood Forum 2015 and the information should be new and innovative. The submission must include evidence of past speaking experience. For more information, please visit http://petfoodforum.petfoodindustry.com/PetfoodForum/callforpapers.html.
Separately, organizers are also seeking abstracts for scientific posters. All abstracts/topics
submitted should be exclusive to Petfood Forum 2015 and be based on new and/or
innovative research. Poster abstracts are due November 1. Find more information at www.petfoodindustry.com/50908.html.
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