The Food and Environment Research Agency attend, exhibit at and host a broad array of international events that explore the full scope of our scientific expertise and allow us to engage with our industry, academic and Government stakeholders.
on the biology of anthrax, 11th & 12th March, Cardiff, UK (opens in new window)
This workshop aims to bring together investigators active in this topic area with a view to sharing observations and ideas and fostering new collaborations and synergies. Participants will include representatives from academia, industry, policy makers and government representatives.
- International PlantLibra
Conference, 12-14 May 2014, Vienna, Austria (opens in new window)
In a complex environment of pending health claims, fragmented harmonisation in plants used for botanicals within Europe, and emerging issues of quality and safety, the PlantLIBRA project invites to its final conference in Vienna from 12 to 14 May 2014. It will feature the latest advances in botanical science, and in benefit and risk assessment of plants food supplements (PFS).
- The 15th Joint Fera JIFSAN Symposium, 9-11
June 2014, York, UK
The chosen theme for the 2014 event, 'Emerging Issues in Food', will cover the latest and potential challenges threatening the safety, sustainability and integrity of the supply chain. The organising committee of the 15th Annual Fera/JIFSAN Symposium is preparing an extensive symposium programme featuring insightful keynote speakers.
Past conference information
Information about past conferences and events hosted at Fera's Sand Hutton site or organised by Fera staff is available here.
With our diverse skill base covering many areas of environmental quality and food safety, we are uniquely placed to provide training for technical specialists. For more information on the training courses available, please visit our Training section.