Professor Appolinaire Djikeng, the Director of the Centre for Tropical Livestock Genetics and Health (CTLGH) has been awarded the International Nelson Mandela Justice Award by the UNESCO Centre for Peace.
Backing from biotech company Roslin Technologies supports work towards tool to detect trypanosomiasis.
Roslin Technologies is bolstering its offering for the veterinary and agricultural sectors with a range of four monoclonal antibodies, emanating from the UK-wide “Immunological Toolbox” project.
A leading livestock genetic research organisation has published its 10-year vision to support tropical livestock development and the lives of people who rely on them for food and income.
Roslin Technologies, the UK’s specialist AgriTech venture builder, is embarking on a £50 million second round capital raise, valuing their business at more than £55 million.
The most accurate map of the genetic code of pigs ever produced paves the way to more precise agriculture and biomedical research.
Ingenza recently purchased new equipment, including ATF and TFF technologies, and a next-generation bioprocess control station, allowing them to scale up production of novel biologics in both mammalian and microbial cell lines.
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.