Nanta creates the chair of Precision Livestock with the University of Zaragoza. Both entities have signed a collaboration agreement to promote training and research in the field of livestock.
These two are the main objectives of the newly created Nanta Precision Livestock Chair , which has been launched by Nanta, a leading company in animal nutrition on the Iberian Peninsula, and the University of Zaragoza.
The purpose of the chair is to create a space for learning and developing research projects generated in cooperation between the university and the company.
In this way, the organization of training activities such as conferences, seminars, student internships and visits to facilities is contemplated, as well as the development of research projects in nutrition and digitization, doctoral theses and final degree projects, as well as the possible hiring staff to address all these actions.
This academic-business collaboration will allow progress in the field of livestock through knowledge and research thanks to the collaboration between both entities. In addition, Nanta reinforces its commitment to innovation, efficiency and quality, as well as its commitment to future growth and development.
The agreement for the creation of the chair was signed on September 23 between the University of Zaragoza, with Gloria Cuenca, vice-rector for Technological Transfer and Innovation, as representative, and the company Nanta, with the presence of its general manager, Pedro Cordero.
The Nanta Precision Livestock Chair will have Delia Lacasta, professor of the Department of Animal Pathology of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Zaragoza, as director, and the participation of José María Bello, head of sheep and goat products at Nanta.