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  1. Funding research for better welfare

    AWF funds five new research projects designed to move the dial on key animal welfare issues.
  2. BVNA ‘This is Us 2020’

    As part of SAVSNET’s on-going mission to develop real-time disease surveillance in small animals, researchers at the University of Liverpool are using big data and text mining methods to create a warning system for a devastating disease in pet rabbits and sheep. Flystrike – or myiasis – is caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata (the green bottle […]
  3. Completing research in a pandemic – a student’s experience

    As part of SAVSNET’s on-going mission to develop real-time disease surveillance in small animals, researchers at the University of Liverpool are using big data and text mining methods to create a warning system for a devastating disease in pet rabbits and sheep. Flystrike – or myiasis – is caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata (the green bottle […]
  4. Meet the speakers – Q&A with Jimmy Turnbull

    As part of SAVSNET’s on-going mission to develop real-time disease surveillance in small animals, researchers at the University of Liverpool are using big data and text mining methods to create a warning system for a devastating disease in pet rabbits and sheep. Flystrike – or myiasis – is caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata (the green bottle […]
  5. Meet the speakers – Q&A with Dan Brockman

    As part of SAVSNET’s on-going mission to develop real-time disease surveillance in small animals, researchers at the University of Liverpool are using big data and text mining methods to create a warning system for a devastating disease in pet rabbits and sheep. Flystrike – or myiasis – is caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata (the green bottle […]
  6. Meet the speakers – Q&A with Mike Appleby

    As part of SAVSNET’s on-going mission to develop real-time disease surveillance in small animals, researchers at the University of Liverpool are using big data and text mining methods to create a warning system for a devastating disease in pet rabbits and sheep. Flystrike – or myiasis – is caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata (the green bottle […]
  7. Despite extensive knowledge, cattle vets are still failing lame cows

    As part of SAVSNET’s on-going mission to develop real-time disease surveillance in small animals, researchers at the University of Liverpool are using big data and text mining methods to create a warning system for a devastating disease in pet rabbits and sheep. Flystrike – or myiasis – is caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata (the green bottle […]
  8. Cattle vets are still failing lame cows – Post debate Q&A with speakers

    As part of SAVSNET’s on-going mission to develop real-time disease surveillance in small animals, researchers at the University of Liverpool are using big data and text mining methods to create a warning system for a devastating disease in pet rabbits and sheep. Flystrike – or myiasis – is caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata (the green bottle […]
  9. The elephant in the consult room: we are failing obese pets

    As part of SAVSNET’s on-going mission to develop real-time disease surveillance in small animals, researchers at the University of Liverpool are using big data and text mining methods to create a warning system for a devastating disease in pet rabbits and sheep. Flystrike – or myiasis – is caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata (the green bottle […]
  10. Meet our student researchers – Sophie, Royal Veterinary College

    As part of SAVSNET’s on-going mission to develop real-time disease surveillance in small animals, researchers at the University of Liverpool are using big data and text mining methods to create a warning system for a devastating disease in pet rabbits and sheep. Flystrike – or myiasis – is caused by larvae of Lucilia sericata (the green bottle […]