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IDEXX Laboratories has expanded its veterinary cloud portfolio with the addition of a new clinical workflow system.
US firms Valley Agricultural Software (VAS) and Vault Dairy Technologies have signed for a data integration collaboration.
Animal Pharm is looking for new authors for its animal health industry reports team.
Researchers at the UK's University of Bristol have been awarded a fellowship to investigate early disease diagnosis in dairy calves using artificial intelligence (AI).
Klox Technologies has recorded encouraging results from a pivotal study of Phovia, which is being developed for the management of canine deep pyoderma (CDP).
Alibaba Cloud has launched its ET Agricultural Brain in China – an innovation that could enable big data processing in the animal health sector.
US distributor Patterson Animal Health has become part of a joint venture focused on cloud-based veterinary practice management software.
US veterinary care technology start-up Scratchpay has raised $6.4 million in a round led by Mars Petcare.
Swiss-Brazilian-owned start-up Thinkmilk hopes to be selling it electronic milk monitoring devices in Brazil before the end of 2018.
French firm Antelliq has launched a new digital monitoring solution for the beef cattle industry under its Allflex Livestock Intelligence brand.
The opportunities for the use for the use of CRISPR-Cas9 in animals, plants and humans are vast but the regulation of the technology still needs to be clearly mapped out, according to experts.
Bain Capital – a private equity firm that has been linked with a move for Elanco – has provided funding for a veterinary digital technology company.
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