Exciting partnership launched between Moredun and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust to tackle problem of louping ill, an often fatal tick-borne virus to which sheep and red grouse are susceptible.
Midlothian Science Zone appoints a project co-ordinator to increase engagement and collaboration within the community and beyond, raising awareness to the opportunities of this centre of excellence for animal health, research and science business.
The Global Alliance for Livestock Veterinary Medicines announces partnerships with three animal health companies in West Africa in a bid to accelerate improved availability of animal health medicines and vaccines to smallholder farmers in the region.
B-Lines are a series of 'insect pathways' running through our countryside and towns - and Midlothian Science Zone is now on the map, recognised for its wildflower-rich habitats of benefit to bees, butterflies and other wildlife.
A group of experts led by researchers at Moredun Research Institute receive funding from DEFRA for an initiative to demonstrate effectiveness of community-led approaches aimed at controlling sheep scab - a disease which costs the sector £70-£200m per year...
The book is a celebration of livestock and the people that keep them in remote rural areas of Scotland and is a result of a Talking Science project by Moredun's Lee Innes and Beth Wells, with design by Hazel Simm.
This transaction creates the industry's high-performance and adaptive computing leader, combining a highly complementary set of products, customers and markets with differentiated IP and world-class talent.
A multinational team of researchers have been awarded €2m from Horizon 2020 to improve uptake of new digital technologies, increasing the efficiency and sustainability of small ruminant farming systems in Europe and beyond.
A glimpse of the expertise, flexibility and resources which business within Midlothian Science Zone have so far demonstrated during the Covid crisis, while delivering on ongoing projects and partnerships.
Aquaculture is our fastest growing farmed food sector, and was the focus of discussion at our recent MSZ Business Forum with guest speaker Ross Houston, Personal Chair of Aquaculture Genetics and Deputy Director for Translation and Commercialisation at th...
Midlothian Business Forum welcomed an award-winning entrepreneur Ishani Malhotri, founder and CEO of Carcinotech to learn more about her entrepreneurial journey and success in the manufacturing of 3D cancer research models to enable accurate testing and t...
MSZ Business Forum delegates were introduced to Easter Bush Campus core facilities and some unique equipment, accessible to researchers in animal health, avian and aquaculture sectors, located in the zone or beyond.
A unique event hosted by the world-renowned Moredun Research Institute in Midlothian Science Zone has created a blueprint for future research to solve a 100 year mystery afflicting horses across the world.
Midlothian Science Zone Business Forum attendees go behind the scenes of SRUC with presentations on research and animal welfare projects, and visits to CT Scanner Unit and Allermuir Avian Innovation & Skills Centre.
Businesses, entrepreneurs, collaborators within Midlothian Science Zone are invited to join our next Business Forum with guest speaker from Skills Development Scotland for East and Midlothian. Working together we can encourage and improve employability of...
Roslin Technologies is extending the reach of its advanced animal stem-cell technology with launch of a new venture that will produce and sell high-quality, eco-friendly dog food without the use of farm animals.
Midlothian Science Zone Business Forum attendees were introduced to the history and expertise in livestock, animal welfare and aquaculture by The Moredun Group and the facilities on Pentlands Science Park.
Scotland’s Life Sciences Annual Awards is now open for nomination in seven categories by 9th December 2022. The winners in each category will be celebrated in style at the awards ceremony dinner in March.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal has attended a special event held on Pentlands Science Park to hear how storytelling techniques can be used to communicate science more effectively to inspire change and uptake of new technologies.