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PRESS RELEASE: Go on an educational SEFARI!

Scottish research institutes are sharing educational activities and resources for teachers, parents and learners to use during the coronavirus pandemic.

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PRESS RELEASE: Business as usual for liver fluke

The following is a joint press release from Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (SCOPS) and Control of Cattle Parasites Sustainably (COWS)

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PRESS RELEASE: Research into equine small redworm blood test now published

Research underpinning the commercialised blood test for diagnosing small redworm (cyathostomin) infections in horses has been published in the International Journal of Parasitology1.

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PRESS RELEASE: Cryptosporidiosis in calves results in longer term production losses

A disease in calves caused by the protozoan parasite Cryptosporidium parvum, has been shown to result in significant longer term weight loss and appreciable economic impact for farmers, highlighting the importance of developing a vaccine.

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SCOPS: Watch out for increased parasite risk

The Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (SCOPS) group has warned sheep farmers to be increasingly vigilant as the risk from a number of parasite species increases across the UK.

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** Covid-19 Update (MSL) -- 14/04 **

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we continue to closely monitor any potential impact with our ongoing studies and will immediately inform clients of any possible delays.

Our staff continue to work in shifts to ensure we can maintain a full complement of staff as far as possible. 

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*Update* SRUC's Premium Sheep and Goat Health Scheme

SRUC is doing everything that can be done to ensure continuity of the health scheme

A statement from George Caldow, Head of SRUC Veterinary Services, on SRUC’s Premium Sheep and Goat Health Scheme.

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HRH The Princess Royal offers letter of support to her patronages

Patron of The Moredun Foundation, HRH The Princess Royal (Princess Anne), has sent a letter of support and appreciation to each of her patronages across the UK, as further restrictions due to Covid-19 come into play.


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** Covid-19 Update -- 24/03 **

Following the latest UK Government instructions issued on March 23rd, the following changes apply across the Moredun Group:

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** Covid-19 Update (MRI) -- 24/03 **

Following the latest UK Government instructions issued on March 23rd access to the Moredun Research Institute is now restricted, only staff involved in the delivery and support of essential scientific work w

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