A recent review of research highlights how genetics can support development of sustainable aquaculture for global food security.
Receiving gut microbes from resistant chickens does not lessen chickens’ susceptibility to bacterium that causes food poisoning.
A new, cost-effective selective breeding method is being developed by a Scottish research consortium that could improve salmon resistance to sea lice.
Dr Kenneth Baillie, a researcher at The Roslin Institute, leads study to examine the effect of coronavirus infection.
Supporting Evidence Based Interventions (SEBI) director Andy Peters attended the launch of SMArt, a new charity to improve the regulation of veterinary medicines worldwide.
The newly opened world-leading research facility at Ester Bush Campus will provide unprecedented insights into livestock and human health.
The global conference will explore opportunities for innovation in agriculture.
Effective use of existing farm diagnostic tools and more accurate tests could help identify early stage disease, a survey found.
Leaky vaccines can help prevent transmission of Marek’s disease, chicken study finds.
Bone strength in chickens that produce eggs could be improved thanks to discovery of a key gene.