Scientists found that Mesenchymal Stem Cells from horses naturally produce molecules that can fight bacterial infection.
Ingenza is delighted to announce that Alison Arnold – the company’s Head of Fermentation and Microbiology – has won the Scottish Women’s Award 2018 for Services to Science and Technology.
A study by scientists at The Roslin Institute and Scotland's Rural College finds that microRNA levels in the blood could be used to predict the future health and productivity of dairy cattle.
Starts: 21 September 2018
Ends: 18 October 2018
Interactive and immersive exhibition into the anatomy of some of the ocean’s most iconic marine species and showcases the record-breaking expertly preserved Minke whale, Hai Hai.
Starts: 24 September 2018
Ends: 24 September 2018
The story of two Mellanbys, some dogs, cats, mice, sheep, penguins, one monkey and vitamin D.
Starts: 25 September 2018
Ends: 25 September 2018
SRUC, along with the Moredun Research Institute and the Rowett Institute will be hosting a free full-day conference on AM and food production.
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