The visit from a Nanjing Agricultural University marked an important milestone in the progress of the working agreement between NAU and UC Davis to plan and establish a One Health Center for Food Safety in Nanjing.
The One Health Food Safety Symposium contributed greatly to the on-going collaboration between NAU and UC Davis faculty. The symposium facilitated dialogue between NAU and UC Davis faculty and helped build the foundation of the One Health Center for Food Safety in Nanjing, China.
A three-day symposium combining the expertise of faculty from Nanjing Agricultural University and the University of California at Davis is helping build the foundation of the One Health Center for Food Safety at NAU.
The bond between UC Davis and Nanjing Agricultural University was further strengthened when the two universities met together this winter during a three week conference.
At the One Health Food Safety Symposium held October 23 -24, in Nanjing, China, academia and government discussed the importance of a global education system to address the challenges of food safety in the 21st century.
How do you promote safe food across the food continuum in China? This and other top priority topics were discussed at a high level meeting in China.
UCDavis and Nanjing Agricultural University will work together addressing complex global issues of poverty, new and re-emerging zoonotic diseases, safe foods, a sustainable food supply, and the need for a safe and healthy environment for animals and people throughout the world.
Students from Nanjing Agricultural University (NAU) learned about opportunities in research and educational programs at UC Davis during recent visit to Davis.