The new collective will work across six of Scotland’s research institutes to improve the availability of information on, and connections between, areas such as the environment, land, food, agriculture and rural communities.
Congratulations to Professor Lee Innes, Moredun’s Director of Communications, who received an award for Outstanding Contribution to Knowledge Exchange at the prestigious Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards.
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.
Moredun Research Institute and Scotland’s Rural College announce a new strategic partnership, described as ‘game-changing’ in advancing livestock health, welfare production and resilience in support of Scottish and global rural development, food security ...
Unique nationwide field trial for a vaccine for the prevention of Equine Grass Sickness has been completed, co-ordinated by the Animal Health Trust with support from Moredun Foundation Equine Grass Sickness Fund.
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...
Professor Fitzpatrick is Scientific Director of Moredun Research Group and CEO of The Moredun Group, a world renowned research institute in Midlothian with expertise in livestock health and infectious diseases.
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.
Moredun Research Institute has signed an agreement with Roslin Technologies, SRUC 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.
The National Sheep Association (NSA) and Moredun webinars have attracted an engaged audience discussing the potential for the sheep industry to balance effective parasite control with environmental impact.
Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal attended a special event held at Pentlands Science Park to celebrate Moredun’s commitment to the contribution of livestock to food production, biodiversity and the environment.
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.
Farmers are invited to share tips on how to tackle the climate and biodiversity crisis in a new study led by researchers at SRUC, in partnership with Moredun Research Institute and The James Hutton Institute.
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.
Moredun Research Institute and Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) are working together to support the NHS by providing extra capacity for vital testing of samples within their laboratory facilities at Pentlands Science Park in Midlothian.
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.
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.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal attended a special event held at the Moredun Foundation, Pentlands Science Park, to hear about the benefits of livestock health and well-being to sustainable agriculture.