PURDUE University's Center for Animal Welfare Science will bring together researchers, producers, government officials and others in its first symposium exploring how science can help allay mounting public concern over the well-being of animals.
The daylong event, "Addressing Current Animal Welfare Issues: Scientific Challenges & Their Societal Context," will be held May 21 at the Stewart Center on the West Lafayette, Ind., campus.
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