May 15

Students Journey to Lexington Seeking Title of Alltech Young Scientist

Students Journey to Lexington Seeking Title of Alltech Young Scientist

Seven students from as close as Kentucky and as far as China are destined for GLIMPSE 2020, the 29th Alltech International Symposium, May 19-22, in Lexington, Ky., to compete in the Alltech Young Scientist Competition. Although the four undergraduate finalists and three graduate finalists come from different countries and cultures, they share the common aspiration of advancing the world through scientific discovery.

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May 14

AYS Finalist: Ahmed Mohamed Fouad Yousif

AYS Finalist: Ahmed Mohamed Fouad Yousif Alltech Young Scientist Finalist: Ahmed Mohamed Fouad Yousif

Keep trying again and again and again…. Learning more each time…. and you will succeed at reaching your goal!

It was more than six years ago that I looked at  an Alltech poster about organic minerals at the Agrena exhibition in  Cairo, Egypt. The poster interested  me so I asked the person who was standing by  it about the subject.  I asked him to send me the research  papers that had been published about the product, as minerals and vitamins were my interest area for  my masters research . From that day on  I knew Alltech.

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May 03

How Will We Get There? Get a Glimpse of Animal Production in 2020

How Will We Get There? Get a Glimpse of Animal Production in 2020

Steve Jobs said it best when he said, “Sell me dreams, not products.” The day of the product is long gone. Programs are what will lead us into the future of animal production. In the session Programs Not Products, at Alltech’s 29th Annual Symposium, we will get a glimpse of the future and discuss some of the methods and solutions that will help us excel as we move toward 2020. Here are a few of the contributors for the monogastric and ruminant sessions.

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Apr 22

Why is the Mycotoxin Problem Growing?

Why is the Mycotoxin Problem Growing? Dr. Johanna Fink-Gremmels, Utrecht University

Why is the Mycotoxin Problem Growing?

Why is the Mycotoxin Problem Growing?

Fungal infections in plants have been on the rise for many years. What’s more, fungal species are becoming less predictable. There are many possible reasons for these phenomena. Global warming is blamed for both droughts and flooding, which can result in high levels of mycotoxins at harvest time. Increased global trade and human mobility spread fungi beyond their original range.

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