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Norway's leading innovative salmon research body, the Center for Closed Containment Aquaculture Systems (CtrlAQUA), has selected a new permanent director.
Ireland has made significant progress in 2017 toward the eradication of the economically damaging disease bovine viral diarrhea (BVD).
Aquaculture scientists in Norway have found genetic markers that may lead to higher survival in salmon against pancreas disease (PD).
EU efforts to combat Salmonella appear to have suffered a setback after years of progress, with new figures showing a rise in the number of cases in humans and increased prevalence in poultry.
UK company ECO Animal Health has received marketing authorization for its lead product Aivlosin in Canada.
US aquaculture health and genetics company Benchmark said commercial scale trials have proved a success for its sea lice treatment Ectosan.
Developing a bacteriophage platform technology for use in animal health has taken Polish company Proteon Pharmaceuticals a decade to master. Chief operating officer Mathew Tebeau talks to Animal Pharm analyst Malcolm Flanagan about the firm's past and future.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has adopted a positive opinion for a swine vaccine from Zoetis.
Leading US feed producer Cargill has opened a new factory in north east China to produce specialized feed for piglets.
Researchers in Norway believe they have developed a genetically modified rape seed diet that it is safe to use in salmon feed.
Managing human behaviour, enhancing international cooperation and conducting more scientific research have been pinpointed as crucial elements to eradicate African Swine fever (ASF) from the EU.
One of the European Parliament's leading advocates for improved public health in the EU has said understanding the effects of antibiotics in animal health is pivotal to making progress.
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