The next evolution of the award winning Ideas Become Legend campaign was announced last night at a dinner hosted by National Museums Scotland, attended by 15 organisations across Scotland.
Scientists have used gene-editing techniques to stop the bird flu virus from spreading in chicken cells grown in the lab.
The UK’s largest facility to improve avian nutrition, health and welfare has opened today near Edinburgh.
Genetic selection and editing to remove errors may help to improve fitness of livestock populations, computer simulation suggests.
The gender gap is closing as female entrepreneurs make up nearly half of all successful entries to Converge 2019.
Scientists have discovered a DNA mutation linked to breathing problems in popular dog breeds.
Experts from New Zealand, Norway, Spain and UK will give talks at a one-day symposium on aquaculture genetics at The Roslin Institute on Monday 20th May.
Study of an infectious brain condition that destroys nerve cells helps to explain why some individuals may be at more risk than others.
Genetic variation of Scottish red deer populations may indicate they are healthy but can be at risk of new diseases.
Capacities for completely replacing animal protein in the human diet are limited and would require “major changes” in the structure of global agricultural food systems, according to new research.