We have worked with some great partners at some great events. Have a look at some of our case-studies and testamonials.

British Society for Animal Science

The British Society of Animal Science works to improve the welfare & productivity of farm animals to help produce quality, safe and environmentally-sustainable food. By sharing the latest in animal research, BSAS aims to enhance the welfare and productivity of farm animals to help produce quality, safe and environmentally-sustainable food.


Royal Society of Biology

The Royal Society of Biology is a single unified voice for biology: advising Government and influencing policy; advancing education and professional development; supporting our members, and engaging and encouraging public interest in the life sciences. The Society represents a diverse membership of individuals, learned societies and other organisations.


New Scientist Live

New Scientist Live is an award-winning, mind-blowing festival of ideas and discoveries for everyone curious about science and why it matters. More than 120 speakers and 140 exhibitors come together in one venue to create an unrivalled atmosphere and energy, packed with thought-provoking talks, ground-breaking discoveries, interactive experiences, workshops and performances.


European Conference on Precision Agriculture

The Europrean Conference on Precision Agriculture is a scientific meeting devoted to the advancement of precision agriculture globally. The 11th European Conference in Precision Agriculture saw experts from across the world gather in Edinburgh to learn about the latest developments in precision agriculture, and how they can be applied to production systems


International Society for Applied Ethology

ISAE provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of advances in applied animal behaviour science and education, and inspires further innovations through an annual international scientific congress and regional meetings. The study of applied animal behaviour contributes to a greater understanding of the interactions between humans and other animals and helps to create a better balance between animal welfare and the requirements that humans have of other animals.


European Federation of Animal Sceince

The 2016 meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) heard that developments in science, technology and innovation are key to the future of farming.  Science has a vital role in helping agriculture find ways to produce food more sustainably. EAAP is a non-governmental organisation that aims to improve the knowledge and dissemination of research results in animal farming. Membership is open to scientists, animal breeders and adminstrators.