AWRN Workshop on “Novel Minimally Invasive Tools to Investigate Animal Behaviour and Welfare”
Queen Mary University of London
The objective of this workshop on “Novel Minimally Invasive Tools to Investigate Animal Behaviour and Welfare” is to bring together experts in the field of automatic tracking behaviour, particularly working with different species and models, to discuss their success, including the benefits and challenges associated with their practical implementation, and how this can be applied to improve our care and welfare assessments. This is being planned for September or October of 2020.
More information about this event will be posted shortly and advertised to members of the AWRN.