The Pentlands Science Park company CSI (Compliance Services International) is once again proud to have received a highly commended award at in the Best Supporting Role category at the 2014 AGROW Awards ceremony.
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.
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.
The Gates Foundation announce an additional $40 million over five years for the Global Alliance for Livestock Veterinary Medicines (GALVmed), a public-private partnership which develops livestock vaccines, medicines and diagnostics.
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 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-based Biotangents has secured £2.2m of new funding and strengthened the management team and Board to further support the next phase of development and roll-out of its ‘on farm’ rapid disease technology.
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.