Five-year, US$17.4m funding enables Centre for Tropical Livestock Genetics and Health to focus on bringing research-driven benefits to farmers in low- and middle-income countries.
The second issue of Beta Buzz, a digital publication by Beta Bugs, is now available featuring articles and perspectives on the insect farming industry with guest editorials and opinion pieces.
Analysis of chicken genes by a team of scientists from the Roslin Institute has highlighted possible variants linked to innate immunity against damaging viral infections.
Ingenza Ltd is part of an international consortium developing a novel 'all-in-one' coronavirus vaccine to help protect our planet from future virus threats led in manufacturing efforts by deep tech innovation organisation CPI.
Ingenza announces that its recent partnership with Johnson Matthey has been selected to receive vital funding from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, as part of the £1 billion fund from the Net Zero Innovation Portfolio.
Roslin Innovation Centre-based tenant company Cytomos has secured an additional £1.6m in capital to its seed funding to continue developing its cell analysis platform Cytomos Dielectric Spectroscopy.
An economic impact report by BiGGAR Economics has outlined the contribution the Roslin Institute makes to the local, national and international economies and highlights the role of Roslin Innovation Centre in business support impact and the benefits of co-locating research and commercialisation.
One of Britainís oldest companies, Weatherbys, has taken a 35% stake in one of New Zealandís newest companies Ė AbacusBio, a leading agribusiness company with a UK consultancy based at Roslin Innovation Centre as part of the team providing services to a wide range of farmers and producers across the globe.
The A3 Scotland 2022 conference took place in Edinburgh on the 26th and 27th April, to bring together key stakeholders across the Animal Health, Agritech and Aquaculture sectors in the transition to net-zero.
UK Research Excellence Framework results affirm the University of Edinburgh's outstanding research environment and impact on society.