CABI introduces new cases in Animal Science and Food Science and Nutrition

The two new titles in its collection of case studies are Animal Science Cases and Food Science and Nutrition Cases. The titles have been launched to answer the need for practical, educational resources in these subject areas. CABI Cases are backed by CABI's longstanding expertise in research and publishing in agriculture, the environment, and the applied life sciences.

Animal Science Cases and Food Science and Nutrition Cases join four other titles, Animal Behaviour and Welfare Cases, One Health Cases, Plant Heath Cases, and Tourism Cases. Users of CABI Cases appreciate the diversity of authors and experiences, and authors regularly describe their publication experience as fast, professional, and supportive.

Animal Science Cases is a collection of case studies which explore examples of animal science in practice. The case studies apply the biological, physical, and social sciences to problems associated with livestock production and management. Subjects range from livestock nutrition to climate change adaptation.

Food Science and Nutrition Cases is a collection of case studies with a focus on the growing area of food science and nutrition. The case studies address nutrition, food quality and quality of diet and their impact on health. They also consider food in relation to chemistry, microbiology, production, processing, formulation, engineering, analysis, and regulation.

The case studies are part of CABI Digital Library’s portfolio of research and learning resources in agriculture, the environment, and the applied life sciences. All users can search, browse, and read summaries of the case studies. Full text access is available via individual or institutional subscription, or by purchasing a single case study. Several free to access, sample case studies are always available for each title.

For a complete rundown on what is included in these case studies, go here

About CABI

CABI is a unique, inter-governmental, not-for-profit scientific research and publishing organization, supported by 48 member counties. Its mission is to improve people’s lives by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment. A core objective is to increase the impact of science to practically address several Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). CABI is a signatory to the UN SDG Publishers Compact and a member of the Association of International Research and Development Centers for Agriculture (AIRCA) and the United States Agricultural Information Network (USAIN).