The genetic propensity of animals to transmit diseases affects survival in populations during epidemics, study shows.
Entrepreneurship is alive and well and accelerating to new heights in Scotland’s Universities as evidenced by the growth and breadth of submissions to Converge, Scotland’s leading company creation programme for the Higher Education sector.
The Charnock Bradley Building, Equine Diagnostic, Surgical and Critical Care Unit (EDSCCU) and ‘Canter’, by Andy Scott, are celebrating their first anniversary.
The Head of Research at Scotland’s Rural College has been appointed President of the British Society of Animal Science (BSAS).
The University of Edinburgh’s DNA sequencing facility, Edinburgh Genomics, has received an internationally recognised accreditation to mark the quality of its genome analysis services.
Congratulations to Dr Dylan Clements, Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Orthopaedics and leader of the Dogslife research project. on winning the PetPlan Veterinary Research Award.
New European research consortium will use next-generation breeding technology to produce safer, healthier and resource-efficient farmed fish.
Parkinson’s patients could be helped by fresh insights gained from studies of tiny tropical fish.
VALUE-Dx is an Innovative Medicines Initiative consortium project involving the University of Edinburgh, that will combat antimicrobial resistance and improve patient outcomes.
Scientists have discovered a change in the genetic code of Border Collies that is linked to sudden blindness.