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One of Australia's leading meat industry bodies Australia Pork is to invest Aus$1.3 million ($1 million) in providing diagnostic robots to check feces on pig and poultry farms for antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Zoetis has launched its new Witness FFH combination feline diagnostic in the US.
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World experts on the potentially fatal zoonotic disease the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) met in Geneva recently to investigate what steps affected countries could take to counter the pathogen.
The Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (JMAFF) and National Veterinary Assay Laboratory (NVAL) have reported the results of a fiscal 2015 survey of the incidence of antimicrobial resistant strains in food-producing animals at nationwide slaughter houses.
A panel of experts discussed the future of the fish health sector at the recent Aquaculture Innovation Summit in London. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey attended to hear about an industry searching for next-generation answers to its unmet needs.
UK veterinary diagnostics firm PBD Biotech has selected an agri-tech expert as chairman of its board.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has officially opened a new laboratory intended to research ways of using nuclear technologies to prevent the spread of animal diseases and pests.
Australia is to build a new diagnostic laboratory in the far north of the country to monitor disease threats from imported animals and plant pests.
Silver Lake Research has developed a new in-clinic test for the diagnosis of bacteria in urine for cats and dogs.
Scientists in the southern African country of Lesotho are now able to diagnose animal diseases quicker and more accurately as a result of recently introduced nuclear-derived technologies.
A Zoetis test for the zoonotic disease leptospirosis in dogs has had its minimum diagnostic capability increased from four to seven days.
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