We thank all sponsors of A3 Scotland 2022, Scotland's inaugural not-for-profit conference for the Animal Health, Agritech and Aquaculture sector.
Without your sponsorship and support, this conference would not have been possible.
Zoetis is the leading animal health company, dedicated to supporting its customers and their businesses.
Building on more than 65 years of experience in animal health, Zoetis discovers, develops, manufactures and commercialises veterinary medicines, vaccines and diagnostic products, which are complemented by biodevices, genetic tests and precision livestock farming.
CIEL is the UK's livestock innovation centre and a world-leader in livestock research and technology for sustainable food production. Livestock sector support stimulates new ideas and business opportunities to drive productivity, profitability and resilience across the agrifood supply chain.
CIEL is one of four UK Agri-Tech Centres of agricultural innovation, established as a key pillar of the UK Government’s Agri-Tech Strategy.
Scotland welcomes thousands of delegates a year, and business events bring knowledge and expertise.
The VisitScotland Business Events team works with Scottish partners to promote Scotland, develop and support events and to maximise legacy. They work with partners across Scottish public and academic sectors to ensure that every event coming to Scotland can engage with our world leading knowledge economy.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is the economic and community development agency for the north and west of Scotland, to build a prosperous, inclusive and sustainable economy.
They provide support to businesses, communities and social enterprises across the Highlands and Islands region through a range of services including advice, funding, events and property and are currently focused on helping to build resilience, support recovery from the impacts of COVID-19 and Brexit, and create growth opportunities.
Data-Driven Innovation (DDI) is an innovation network helping organisations tackle challenges for industry and society by doing data right and to support Edinburgh in its ambition to become the data capital of Europe.
The DDI initiative has helped establish five hubs at the University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt University – creating a regional power-house for collaboration with industry partners. The hubs house expertise and facilities to help organisations across 10 industrial sectors from fintech and tourism, to healthcare and agriculture, to become more innovative through data.
The Roslin Institute is a world-leading institute for animal research and aims to enhance the lives of animals and humans through world class research in animal biology.
Co-located on the University of Edinburgh's Easter Bush Campus with the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, it is part of the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine and offers unique facilities and resources for its researchers and external organisations.
Dolly, the first mammal cloned from an adult cell and the world's most famous sheep, was born at the Roslin Institute 5 July 1996.
The Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Systems is a leading interdisciplinary hub of researchers, teachers and students Providing science and leadership for regenerative, ethical, food and land use systems for healthy people and a healthy planet.
The Academy seeks to understand the drivers of Food System and Planetary Health challenges, and drive the development of mutually beneficial solutions through A unique breadth of expertise, holistic approach and strong partnerships.
EIT Food accelerates innovation to build a future-fit food system that produces healthy and sustainable food for all.
Supported by the EU, EIT Food invest in projects, organisations and individuals that share the organisations goals for a healthy and sustainable food system, unlocking innovation potential in businesses and universities and create and scale agrifood startups to bring new technologies and products to market.
SEFARI, the Scottish Environment, Food and Agriculture Research Institutes, is a consortium of six globally renowned research institutes.
As a collective, SEFARI collaborate to deliver the Scottish Government funded Strategic Research Programme 2016 - 2021 on agriculture, environment, food and land. They aim to deliver ‘Leading Ideas for Better Lives’, reflecting that publicly funded research in Scotland must ultimately deliver positive impact for individuals, whether in Scotland or elsewhere.
Moredun is committed to promoting livestock health and welfare through research and education and is recognised worldwide for its contribution to research into infectious diseases of farmed livestock.
Established by Scottish farmers in 1920, Moredun’s work has always been firmly based on addressing the needs of the farming industry and research has led to the development of many vaccines, diagnostic tests and improved treatment strategies for farm animals across the globe.
Agricultural Engineering Precision Innovation Centre (Agri-EPI Centre) accelerate the research, development and adoption of precision agriculture and engineering technology.
Sustainably boosting productivity, reducing emissions and increasing profitability across the whole agri-food chain, through world-class R&D facilities, academic and industry partners; Agri-EPI explore how to optimise the performance of highly complex agricultural production and processing systems.
SRUC operate six campuses, eight farms, 25 consulting offices, eight veterinary practices and six research centres.
Education, research, and consultancy (through SAC Consulting) grows the natural economy, one fuelled by responsible use of the world's natural resources: people, land, energy, water, animals and plants. By working in partnership, SRUC focus on solving the "wicked challenges" facing the planet, including climate change, biodiversity and access to nutritious food and clean water.
Roslin Technologies apply new biotechnologies to accelerate the transition to a more sustainable food system and specialise in unique animal iPS cells for the cultivated meat market.
Formed in 2017 as a venture between the University of Edinburgh and two impact-focused investment partners, Roslin Technologies has preferential access to intellectual property from the Roslin Institute work closely with other academic and commercial organisations to advance disruptive biotechnologies to improve protein production.
Klifovet, part of the Argenta Group, is a full service Contract Research and Development Organisation (veterinary CRO) providing product development services to the Animal Health and Nutrition Industry
Based in Munich, Germany, services include Regulatory Affairs, Studies, GMP compliant Clinical Supplies Services, Quality .Assurance, Data Management paper based and electronic (EDC, Studybase®) and Statistical Analyses.
Wyoming Interactive is a full-service digital solutions provider, with offices in the UK and US, actively developing tools and methods to help manage data challenges.
The company provide services in data science, user experience and design, demand generation, and software development across a range of industries whilst specialising in life sciences, helping to transform markets, accelerate innovation, and improve the use of digital tools and data analysis to positively impact commercial returns.
Norbrook is one of the largest privately owned veterinary pharmaceutical companies in the world, established in 1969 by the late Lord Ballyedmond in Newry in Northern Ireland.
With more than 40 years' experience delivering trusted animal health products, the company continue to drive the business forward through new product development and substantial investment to help strengthen the company’s position in the global animal health market.
Randox Food Diagnostics provide trusted screening solutions to improve healthcare worldwide.
Founded as a subsidiary of global healthcare company Randox Laboratories, they provide the global food market with tools for the screening of antimicrobials, growth promoting hormones, drugs of abuse in animals and produce and toxins offering superb limits of detection and simple sample preparations.