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Redefining the future of cattle breeding

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Scientists from the German Leibniz association coordinate major international research project on cattle genome function Led by FBN, scientists from...

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FBN colloquium "Mesenchymal stem cells as a model for adult stem cell differentiation and their potential applications"

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A colloquium will take place on the 16.10.2019: "Mesenchymal stem cells as a model for adult stem cell differentiation and their

potential...

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FBN colloquium "From primates to pigs: How measuring oxytocin can help to understand the benefits of social relationships for animals"

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A colloquium will take place on the 07.10.2019: "From primates to pigs: How measuring oxytocin can help to understand the benefits of social...

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FBN colloquium "Erstes versuchstierkundliches Kolloquium am Leibniz-Institut für Nutztierbiologie Dummerstorf"

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A colloquium will take place on the 30.09.2019: "Erstes versuchstierkundliches Kolloquium am Leibniz-Institut für Nutztierbiologie Dummerstorf".

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FBN colloquium "Wissens‐ und Technologietransfer einer außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtung: Chancen und Herausforderungen"

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A colloquium will take place on the 16.09.2019: "Wissens‐ und Technologietransfer einer außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtung:

Chancen und...

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FBN colloquium "Mapping past selection in the genome"

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A colloquium will take place on the 09.09.2019: "Mapping past selection in the genome".

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FBN colloquium "The role of inflammation during the transition to lactation in dairy cows"

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A colloquium will take place on the 02.09.2019: "The role of inflammation during the transition to lactation in dairy cows".

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FBN at EAAP conference

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The 70th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) will take place from 26 to 30 August 2019 in Ghent, Belgium.

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Soldier flies for climate protection in the future?

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Scientists at the Leibniz Institute in Dummerstorf extend their research spectrum to insects

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