A report commissioned by the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), Scotlandís National Academy, has established that its Enterprise Fellowship Programme has provided a significant boost to the Scottish, UK and global economies.
A toxin produced by E. coli bacteria is responsible for the emergence of a life-threatening disease in people.
Insights into how animals experience feelings and emotions will be explored in talks, discussions and tours at a public event.
Infertile hens have been used to carry eggs containing other breeds, in a development using gene editing.
Scientific and medical experts are considering possible projects for the forthcoming Large Animal Research and Imaging Facility.
Roslin Technologies has signed an agreement with animal sciences research establishments Moredun Research Institute, Scotlandís Rural College and The Roslin Institute to fund the commercial development of an E. coli O157:H7 vaccine for cattle to prevent life-threatening illnesses in humans.
Novel analysis gives insights into how gene activity can help us understand how genetic differences inherited from each parent influence important traits in animals.
The finalists for Converge 2019, Scotlandís leading entrepreneurial development programme for Higher Education, have been revealed, illustrating how Scotlandís Universities are competing on the global stage with ground breaking innovations.
Research funding will help to understand how one of the world's most costly animal diseases spreads.
A new epidemiological model predicts the effectiveness of vaccines in preventing or eliminating infectious diseases in livestock.