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on Insects as Food and Feed in Asia
16th, 17th, 18th June 2021
01.00pm > 06.00pm
[Bangkok Time, UTC +7]
08.00am > 01.00pm
[Paris Time, UTC +2]
Registration Fee: USD37 for 3 days
AFFiA Annual Event will be as an online event via
The 5th AFFiA Annual Event features speakers who have in-depth knowledge and expertise in the insect and feed sector, and timely topics that tackle the latest research on insect production, processing and consumption, food safety and biosecurity, and the growing Asian insect sector.
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from Day 1
Day 1
16th June 2021
01.00pm > 06.00pm
[Bangkok Time, UTC +7]
R&D Driving Forward [1/2]
Frass: a promising soil amendment and plant growth substrate for agricultural and horticultural applications
Dr. Ross Gilmour
Chief Operating Officer, Protenga
Anti-Phytopathogenic properties of Frass from Black Soldier Flies (Hermetia illucens)
Martin Zorrilla
Chief Technology Officer, Nutrition Technologies
What tells the reproductive tract of VSF on reproduction?
Christophe Bressac
Assistant Professor, PhD, Insect Biology Research Institute CNRS / University of Tours
In Vitro and in Vivo Digestibility of Rations Containing BSF Frass
Prof. Dr. Dewi Apri Astuti
Professor Physiological of Nutrition, Department of Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology, Faculty of Animal Science IPB University
Interaction between stressors of crickets: what paves the way for the Acheta domesticus densovirus (AdDV)?
Jozsef Takacs
PhD Candidate, University of Copenhagen
Opportunities and challenges for black soldier fly larvae based animal feed production in Malaysia
Dr. Sharvini Siva Raman
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Biosciences, Faculty of Science University Teknologi Malaysia
Insect protein for petfood applications
Sylwia Dziekan
Breeding Manager, Entofood Sdn. Bhd.
Feed and probiotics in insect health and pathogen resistance
Carlotta Savio
PhD Student - InsectDoctors Program, Laboratory of Entomology, Wageningen University & Research
Influence of different drying techniques on physical properties, protein structure and digestibility of edible insects
Teeranan Chaowattanakul
Graduate Student, Department of Science and Technology, Faculty of Agro-Industry Kasetsart University
About AFFiA
The Asian Food and Feed Insect Association or AFFiA was established in 2016 to become a collaborative platform for the insect industry in Asia on several aspects at national, regional and international levels: Promotion; regulatory clarification; market access, collaboration and education. AFFiA is about to celebrates 5 years of successful activities with over 40 active members in the region.
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