Synpromics Ltd, the leader in gene control, announces a partnership with Lonza Pharma & Biotech to further develop its inducible promoter system and improve manufacturing of biopharmaceuticals.
Leading industrial biotech company, Ingenza Ltd, announce relocation to Roslin Innovation Centre and will occupy 11,000 sq ft on the top floor of the innovation hub from July 2018.
New Zealandís sheep genetics are way ahead of those in Britain, Scotland-based NZ agribusiness consultant Tim Byrne says in article for Farmers Weekly.
Professor Sir Ian Wilmut Ė who led the team that created Dolly the sheep Ė has backed an initiative to tackle Parkinsonís disease, after being diagnosed with the condition.
How CRISPR could transform global development - by Bill Gates (published article in Foreign Affairs) talks about his visit earlier this year to The University of Edinburgh Easter Bush Campus.
New research by Scotlandís Rural College (SRUC) with 3D cameras has revealed that pigs hold their tails down against their body when tail biting is about to begin.
Converge Challenge 2018 closed to the record-breaking news of receiving 223 applications from Scottish University staff and students demonstrating the appetite for entrepreneurship across Scotland.
Roslin scientists are leading research to minimise the spread of bacterial diseases such as E.coli in eggs.
Improved care for street dogs is the goal of a new smartphone app devised by an international team of animal welfare experts.
SRUC is working with the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) to embark on two new projects which will take the agricultural industry one step closer to eradicating Bovine TB (bTB).