What is ESNA? / Who are ESNA’s participants?
The European Society for New Methods in Agricultural Research (ESNA) is an international society established in Wageningen (The Netherlands) in 1969 with the aims of exchanging ideas and techniques to promote the advancement of agricultural sciences. The original scope - the co-ordination of research in the application of nuclear techniques in agriculture – has gradually changed and now the Society also covers aspects of environment protection and the application of new methods and biotechnology in agricultural research. The Society organizes annual meetings in various European countries and the scientific program is devoted to fundamental and applied issues from the mentioned areas.
Prof. Vlado LICINA (Serbia)
Phone: +381 11 3161 352
Prof. Assoc. Marcin Lis