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APHIS Declares Great Britain Free of FMD, Rinderpest

Great Britain is free of foot and mouth disease (FMD) and rinderpest, two diseases that have plagued the country's livestock population over the past two years, and is relieved of certain FMD-related trade restrictions, APHIS announced this week in ... American Meat Institute, 1 month ago

This Species is Close to Extinction and That's a Good Thing

The Guinea worm is inching ever closer to extinction, but unlike just about every other endangered species, no one is going to try to save it, least of all scientists. On the contrary, the worm's disappearance would mark the scouring of a disease ...
 Austin American Statesman5 days ago

Video: Impacts of bioscience: 2007-2013

Jan 21 Video explores achievements from BBSRC-funded science in the first two decades of the new millennium. This is the third in a series of three 20th anniversary videos presenting impacts of BBSRC research. Watch part one 1994-1999 , part ...
 BBSRC1 week ago

Study shows lions got distemper from dogs originally but now there are other carriers

A lion with myoclonus, involuntary muscle spasms, brought on by canine distemper virus infection during a 1994 outbreak. Credit: Serengeti Carnivore Disease Project. (—A study conducted by an international team of researchers has led to ...
 PhysOrg.com1 week ago


Before it became the New World, the Western Hemisphere was vastly more populous and sophisticated than has been thought—an altogether more salubrious place to live at the time than, say, Europe. New evidence of both the extent of the population ...
 Axis of Logic4 weeks ago
Tech Times

Chris Hadfield Wants You To Be Optimistic About 2015

It's that time of year again, the end of the year, to be precise. That means it's almost time to decide on a New Year's resolution. Do you have yours figured out yet? If not, you still have a few days to pin one down. Maybe you want to eat ...
 Tech Times1 month ago Chris Hadfield's 'Guide to Optimism' for the New Year  Mashable1 month ago
The Cattle Site

Mexican Livestock Free of Six More Diseases

MEXICO Livestock sectors are tipped to prosper in Mexico in light of recent disease status reviews. Mexico is officially free of classical swine fever, contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, peste des petites ruminants, african horse sickness, foot ...
 The Cattle Site1 month ago
Mail & Guardian Online

Think Africa's 1bn people are too many? Until recently they were too few; lessons from Ethiopia

ONEenduring stereotypeabout Africa is that it is a place of vast, empty landscapes the endless sky, orange sun and lone acacia tree are well-worn images of wild Africa, so much so that one ingenious photo collection shows that there seems to be ...
 Mail & Guardian Online1 month ago

Safety breaches at British laboratories handling diseases

High-security labs that handle the most dangerous viruses and bacteria have reported more than 100 accidents or near-misses to safety regulators in the past five years, official reports reveal. One blunder led to live anthrax being sent from a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Russia allows import of buffalo meat from India

After months of discussion and inspections of plants, Russia has decided to import buffalo meat from India. As Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus have common customs standards, the buffalo meat would soon be shipped to these three CIS countries. ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
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