A powerful new tool is about to hit the agriculture scene. Gene editing technologies, such as CRISPR-Cas, are now enabling us to fast-track genetic alterations that would have taken generations to attain with selective breeding.
How can one bull have such a big impact? A genetic mutation traced back to one of the most prolific bulls in history is thought to be responsible for an estimated 500,000 spontaneous abortions
Veganism has been suggested by many as a potential solution to the increasing impact our modern lifestyles have on the planet around us. With a growing population, and growing pressure on land to provide
Pictured: from left to right: Dr Birthe Avery, Dr Lotte Stroebech and Prof Poul Hyttel in the new facilities at UCPH. Dr Lotte Stroebech, Scientific Advisor to IVF Bioscience,