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FBN colloquium "#OpenFBN - The scientific, economic, and ethical cost of unreproducible animal research (and what you can do about it)"

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A colloquium will be held on the topic "#OpenFBN - The scientific, economic, and ethical cost of unreproducible animal research (and what you can do…

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Research results published in Current Biology: Reduce ammonia emissions through "MooLoo"

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Cows' droppings can become a problem - especially if they are housed in stalls where urine and faeces mix. This produces ammonia, an indirect…

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FBN colloquium "Smart Livestock Farming am FBN"

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A colloquium will be held on the topic "Smart Livestock Farming am FBN" on 13.09.2021.

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Tracking down the intelligence of goats

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For the first time, scientist from Germany wins coveted New Investigator Award of the International Society of Applied Ethology

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The intelligent barn - FBN scientists set new standards

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Measurement accuracy of tracking systems for livestock has been significantly improved - for stable management with animal welfare in focus

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Actively shaping the dialogue on animal experimental research

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Research Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN) in Dummerstorf is one of the first signatories of the "Initiative Transparente Tierversuche"…

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Lecture on "Diversity"

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A lecture will be held on the topic "Diversity" on 30.06.2021.

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FBN colloquium "Can we do without livestock?"

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A colloquium will be held on the topic "Can we do without livestock?" on 12.07.2021.

 

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FBN colloquium "When Hypnos meets Thanatos - 'koi sleepy disease' as a pathophysiological and immunological consequence of a branchial infection of common carp with carp edema virus"

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A colloquium will be held on the topic "When Hypnos meets Thanatos - 'koi sleepy disease' as a pathophysiological and immunological consequence of a…

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Genetic tailoring for the most important dairy cattle breed

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The world's most important dairy breed, the black Holstein, is subject to the highest demands: It should not only produce a lot of milk, but also be…

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