The most accurate map of the genetic code of pigs ever produced paves the way to more precise agriculture and biomedical research.
Greengage Lighting has helped to fund independent scientific research which highlights the benefits of being able to monitor birds and their environment in real time, for welfare and performance.
New findings about viral regions in the DNA of chickens could aid productivity for smallholder farms in developing countries.
Interview with Animal Pharm. John Mackenzie, CEO of Roslin Innovation Centre, says the Food & Agriculture Science Transformer programme has identified aquaculture as an industry that could benefit from this new venture.
Livestockdata.org offers data and evidence on livestock health and productivity in low and middle-income countries
The development of an innovative new treatment method to control lice in farmed salmon has moved a step closer with the merging of interests between two proven experts in the field.
Staff volunteers provide essential administrative support to research involving all UK coronavirus patients in intensive care.
Research into the genetic code of Covid-19 patients could help predict severity of the disease.
The University of Edinburgh has reinforced its commitment to building partnerships with the world’s leading universities by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Deep Science Ventures (DSV) and the University of Edinburgh today launch the Food & Agriculture Science Transformer (FAST), an ambitious programme creating the first venture studio in Scotland.