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New partnership to launch Animal Nutrition

Published 13 November, 2014

KeAi, a new joint venture between Elsevier and China Science Publishing & Media Ltd (CSPM), is proud to announce the upcoming launch of Animal Nutrition.  Animal Nutrition will be a new, open access, journal focusing on all areas relating to animal nutrition and feed technology, launched in partnership with the Chinese Association for Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine.

Animal nutrition is an extremely exciting and ever growing field of study. In recognition of this, the new journal will encompass the full gamut of animal nutritional sciences including, but not limited to, fundamental aspects of animal nutrition such as nutritional requirements, metabolic studies, body composition, energetics, immunology, neuroscience, microbiology, genetics and molecular and cell biology related to nutrition, and more applied aspects of animal nutrition, such as raw material evaluation, feed additives, nutritive value of novel ingredients and feed safety.

“Increasing global populations are putting an ever increasing demand on livestock production.” said Yin Yulong, Professor at the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Mingan Choct, CEO of Poultry CRC and Professor at University of New England NSW, added “This increasing demand necessitates constant research and development into understanding the effects as well as improving the efficiency and safety of animal nutrition. The new journal aims to address these critical issues.”

Animal Nutrition will publish its first issue in 2015. 

From left to right: Bai Hua (KeAi), Chai Zhao (KeAi), Keith De Blanger (GM KeAi), Wang Jing (AN), He lixia (AN), Liu Xiaoying (KeAi)
From left to right: Bai Hua (KeAi), Chai Zhao (KeAi), Keith De Blanger (GM KeAi), Wang Jing (AN), He lixia (AN), Liu Xiaoying (KeAi)
“KeAi is proud to be able to announce its partnership with a group as prestigious as the Chinese Association for Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine and looks forward to the successful launch of Animal Nutrition”Keith De Blanger

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