Livestock scientists at SRUC have been awarded £337,000 for a project which will use highly advanced computers to predict the Bovine tuberculosis (bTB) status of dairy cows.
Major new aquaculture genetics consortium aims to take a leap forward in stock improvement of vital UK species.
Researchers launch a survey for people to share their views on the use of gene-editing in animals through an online survey.
A recent report by Zero Waste Scotland estimates the economic potential for Black Soldier Fly farming in Scotland and presents findings from a Scotland-specific Life Cycle Analysis study.
Scientists launch a survey for dairy farmers to inform research studies aiming at improving diagnostics for cattle pregnancy and disease.
A solar farm on the outskirts of the University of Edinburgh's Easter Bush Campus could help make the site carbon neutral over the next 20 years.
Researchers explored the link between vitamin D levels and health outcomes in Scottish hill sheep.
Ingenza announce that Amprologix, in which it has a stake, has been awarded a £1.2 million contract from the UK Department of Health and Social Care to accelerate the development and scale up its lead antibiotic candidate.
The Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Security celebrates its first birthday this week.
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