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  • 19th Mar 08

    Moredun Scientists at Forefront of work to Combat Climate Change

    Leading scientists from around the world agree that our climate is changing and these changes may have profound implications. Warmer summer temperatures and wetter, milder winters will produce condi... Read more
  • 3rd Mar 08

    New Virology Division Leader

    Congratulations to Dr Colin McInnes who took up position of Head of the Control of Viral Diseases today (3 March 2008). Colin joined Moredun in 1988 and has specific expertise in parapoxvirus infect... Read more
  • 12th Feb 08

    HRH The Princess Royal Visits Moredun

    HRH The Princess Royal praised the efforts of a national animal health charity today (Tuesday 12 February) in trying to combat the diseases of both livestock and other animals. Read more
  • 7th Jan 08

    New Professor for Moredun

    A very warm welcome to Professor Ruth Zadoks, who joined Moredun today (Monday 7 January 2008) as Head of Epidemiology and Population Biology Division. Ruth and her team will try and increase t... Read more
  • 1st Jan 08

    Moredun Scientific Limited celebrates 20 years of Contract Research

    In 1988 Moredun Scientific Limited was created as the commercial arm of the Moredun Research Institute in recognition of the opportunity to use Moredun`s expert knowledge of animal diseases and stat... Read more
  • 1st Jan 08

    New President for Moredun

    Leading Scottish farmer John Cameron has been appointed the new Honorary President of the Moredun Foundation. He officially took up post today (Tuesday 1 January 2008) and succeeds His Grace the Duk... Read more

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