Olive Tree and Olive Products: Sant’Anna School Institute of Life Sciences supports the Pisa National Olive Oil Conference, a two-day meeting on October 18-20 for academics, producers, marketers and distributors
The fourth “Olive Tree and Olive Products National Conference” will take place Wednesday, October 18 through Friday, October 20 at “Polo Piagge” aula magna of University of Pisa- via Giacomo Matteotti, brings together academics, olive oil producers, marketers, and distributors, as well as experts in olive oil industry and trade.
The “Olive Tree and Olive Products National Conference” is co-sponsored by the Department of Agricultural, Food and Agro-Environmental Sciences of University of Pisa, the Società Ortoflorofrutticoltura Italiana, the Italian National Academy for Olive and Olive Oil (Spoleto) and the Accademia dei Georgofili.
Featuring presentations and workshops, speakers will cover a range of topics including trends within the olive oil industry, olive cultivation, extraction, refining, microbiology and advanced biotechnologies, olive oil marketing and how to use media in promoting olive oil products.
Professor Luca Sebastiani, director of Sant’Anna School Life Sciences Institute, and Professor Riccardo Gucci of the Department of Agricultural, Food and Agro-Environmental Sciences of University of Pisa, organized two days of presentations, topical sessions, group workshops and brainstorms and selected producers and experts who have made significant contributions in olive oil production, promotion, trade and media.
In attchement the detailed conference program.
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