A consultation in the UK will investigate public concerns and hopes related to changing the DNA of farmed animals.
Defra Minister discusses data-driven innovation and capability of genetic technologies at the Easter Bush Agritech Hub.
Researchers engage with sector on transformation of animal agriculture.
More than 200 companies, research centres and academic partners have been identified as key stakeholders in the animal health, agri-tech and aquaculture (AAA) sector in Scotland.
An expert in gene editing has been appointed as Director of the Roslin Institute, with immediate effect.
Roslin Technologies, a biotech company based at Roslin Innovation Centre, is extending the reach of its advanced animal stem-cell technology with the launch of a new venture that will produce and sell high-quality, eco-friendly dog food without the use of farm animals.
Information on the genetic code of relevant species could help ensure more resilient and sustainable food production in Africa.
A £1.7m study led by scientists at the Roslin Institute, aims to identify genetic mechanisms that could make Atlantic salmon resistant to a key parasite.
Combining gene technologies with vaccination could eliminate certain livestock diseases in less than six years, a modelling study suggests.
A study, involving Roslin Institute researchers and their commercial partner Annogen, will focus on identifying sites in cattle DNA linked to important genes for livestock production and welfare.