What does good animal welfare look like
Volume 6 Issue 3

What Does Good Animal Welfare Look Like?

There are principles and moral obligations that we all ground ourselves to when ensuring animal health and welfare, whether animals are on farm, in transit, …

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The future of portable microscopes
Volume 6 Issue 3

The Future of Portable Microscopes

The work of building cloud-based diagnostic image libraries is significant, but the reward is potentially large. Once a library is useable, the owner of the …

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We have the past_the future will be
Volume 6 Issue 3

We Have the Past; The Future Will Be Made Together

Since its foundation in 1919, when Dutch farmers and dairy organisations joined forces to combat animal diseases, Royal GD has focused on animal health. The …

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The UK veterinary sector
Volume 6 Issue 3

The UK Veterinary Sector: Corporates and the Ever-changing Face of Veterinary Medicine

The UK veterinary practice landscape is changing rapidly, undergoing innovation, changes and challenges, from the rise of the corporate to the increasing shortage of qualified …

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Contract research organisation in animal
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Contract Research Organisation in Animal Health in China: The Challenges and Opportunities

The IPO of Wuxi AppTec Group on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in May was a milestone event in 2018, revealing the success of a CRO …

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Good antibiotic replacement pays for itself
Volume 6 Issue 3

Good Antibiotic Replacement Pays for Itself

Alternatives to antibiotics, both as AGPs and therapeutics, are often seen as too costly, so they are only applied when governments or end consumers place …

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Animal feed and pet food-the cost of safety
Volume 6 Issue 3

Animal Feed and Pet Food – The Cost of Safety, Innovation and Sustainability

In the mature market of animal feed and pet food manufacturing, safety and quality of products is viewed by consumers as an absolute and fundamental …

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Does the world need alternative proteins
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Does the World Need Alternative Proteins?

Cultured meat dates back a mere six years. In 2013, Mark Post and his team from Maastricht University in the Netherlands created a hamburger made …

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The effect of bacillus subtilis strain
Volume 6 Issue 3

The Effect of Bacillus subtilis Strain on Intestinal Barrier Function and Inflammatory Responses

Since the ban on antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs), the occurence of digestive disturbances in poultry has increased. The mode of action of AGPs has never …

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Understanding the push for alternative proteins
Volume 6 Issue 3

Understanding the Push for Alternative Proteins

If you believe the headline hype, alternative proteins are taking over the restaurant menu and the grocery store meat case. Burger King now offers an …

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