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Technology and food marketing in the age of animal welfare

Technology and food marketing in the age of animal welfare

UC Davis professor Joy Mench explores animal welfare from scientific, ethical, and marketplace perspectives.

7:00p Wednesday 13 March 2013, OSU's LaSells Stewart Center

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Technology and food marketing in the age of animal welfare

Joy Mench

Joy Mench is a professor in the Department of Animal Science and the Director of the Center for Animal Welfare at the University of California, Davis. She explores what animal welfare means from scientific and ethical perspectives, how it is represented in the marketplace, and what consumers can do to make informed purchasing and care decisions.

 

 

 

SCIENCE LECTURE

"Animal Welfare: Can Technology and Ethics Coexist?"

This lecture is for students and faculty interested in more technical aspects of the ethics of animal technology. At noon, March 13, 106 Oldfield Animal Teaching Facility, Campus Way and 35th Street

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