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A joint project between the UK and China has been launched to improve the health of farmed chickens in the latter country using artificial intelligence.
Canadian dairy health technology specialist SomaDetect has completed its most recent seed funding round, raising $2 million.
Antelliq has opened a new 500 square-meter floor at its innovation center in Netanya, Israel.
US medical devices firm BioTraceIT aims to launch a diagnostic tool to general veterinary practices in early 2020.
Neogen chief executive John Adent has revealed the company is on the lookout for acquiring new technologies.
In the last of a three-part series for Animal Pharm, Stonehaven Consulting partners Benjamin Wilhelm and Adrian Grosu put the use of digital technology and data in human health under the spotlight, as they explain how these innovations can be expected to cross over into animal health.
Scottish veterinary research firm NewMetrica is looking for funding and partners to develop a health related quality of life (HRQL) measurement tool for horses.
Irish firm Nurtias is the latest firm to work with Stonehaven Incubate to produce a new start-up in the animal health arena.
Zomedica Pharmaceuticals has begun developing a digital customer data platform with the aim of enhancing customer experience and the firm's diagnostic pipeline.
LexaGene has filed three additional patents to protect its proprietary science and designs of genetic testing technology.
Cambridge-based firm Herdsy has signed an exclusive collaboration deal with Samsung to globally scale its livestock farming technology.
Global dairy business and cooperative Arla is testing new automated intelligence 3D imagery systems.
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