Female-led business growth network, AccelerateHER, embarks on an overseas trade mission with previous AccelerateHER Awards winners and will include Kate Cameron (Cytochroma) and Ishani Malhotra (Carcinotech), both based at Roslin Innovation Centre.
It was major news when the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave the green light to a cultivated meat product as part of the agency’s pre-market review process.
Female founders are once again being offered an opportunity to raise their company’s profile and benefit from a package aimed at driving business growth with the launch of the AccelerateHER Awards 2023.
Roslin Technologies' researchers make meaty breakthrough to support cultivated pork production that could lay the foundations for the development of nascent industry in the UK.
Cytomos, an Edinburgh-based life science company that has developed a proprietary new approach to analysing cells, has made three C-suite appointments as it gears up for the next stage of growth.
Five-year, US$17.4m funding enables Centre for Tropical Livestock Genetics and Health to focus on bringing research-driven benefits to farmers in low- and middle-income countries.
The second issue of Beta Buzz, a digital publication by Beta Bugs, is now available featuring articles and perspectives on the insect farming industry with guest editorials and opinion pieces.
Representatives from the aquaculture sector, academia, and environmental and government organisations participated in a virtual roundtable discussion co-hosted by SAIC and Innogen on how best to implement innovations to improve aquaculture sustainability.
Analysis of chicken genes by a team of scientists from the Roslin Institute has highlighted possible variants linked to innate immunity against damaging viral infections.
Ingenza Ltd is part of an international consortium developing a novel 'all-in-one' coronavirus vaccine to help protect our planet from future virus threats led in manufacturing efforts by deep tech innovation organisation CPI.