Students of the Infectious Diseases and One Health (IDOH) Erasmus MSc programme and the MSc in Animal Biosciences are using labs at Roslin Innovation Centre.
Some goats are not affected by weather changes, being more resistant to climate change than others, scientists found in a recent gene study.
The Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) has received a £10 million, five-year funding package to support the sustainable growth of the sector and re-affirm Scotlandís position as a global leader in innovation and seafood production.
An exciting role in a dynamic environment, working within a friendly team at Roslin Innovation Centre. Apply by 25 November 2019.
Better understanding of the social and genetic factors linked to harmful aggressive behaviour in pig pens could lead to improved management.
A genetic study of lung cancer in sheep could lead to earlier diagnosis of the disease in sheep and people.
A research partnership with industry is using pig stem cells to research muscle and fat development, towards producing leaner meats.
the University of Edinburgh is bringing together world-class veterinary knowledge with cutting-edge informatics and industry expertise, to develop an automated tool to extract and summarize evidence from academic publications.
Roslin Innovation Centre continues to flourish, and two years on it is home to 23 tenants and the location of choice for emerging companies in animal sciences, agritech and One Health.
Rising antimicrobial resistance, fuelled by overuse of treatments, could be curbed with a framework inspired by climate change targets.