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Edinburgh Napier

Moredun has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Edinburgh Napier University that will see greater collaboration between the institutions' researchers.

The two institutes have already worked together on a number of projects – from examining farmers’ attitudes to emerging livestock diseases such as the Schmallenberg virus to testing vaccines to combat parasites.

New strands of research will also focus on land management issues, specifically with regard to livestockhealth and long term food security, and understanding the sociological implications of new policy and uptake of new interventions.

The MOU was signed in November 2014.

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