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.
Data is being deployed to tackle some of our greatest global challenges - from preparing for future pandemics to mitigating climate change, and leading the economic recovery from the ravages of Covid-19.
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...
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.