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FBN at the Long Night of Sciences 2024

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The FBN presents its research to the general public at four stations

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PIGWEB project annual conference with stakeholder meeting and student project

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The annual meeting of the international PIGWEB research network starts today at the FBN. PIGWEB has set itself the goal of improving pig farming and…

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Giving animal husbandry a future

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The two-day "Livestock Forum" at the Research Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN) focussed on animal welfare and brought together high-calibre…

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The future of livestock research at the FBN: new focus, structure and appearance

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The Research Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN) presents itself with new focal points, a new organisation and a fresh presence.

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Improving scientific networking: PIGWEB stakeholder meeting

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On April 18, 2024, the FBN invites you to the stakeholder meeting of the EU project PIGWEB. The EU project PIGWEB is a research network on pigs and…

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Giving animal husbandry a future - Livestock forum at the FBN

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Focus 2024: Animal welfare

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Joint Graduate Meeting: Animal Behaviour 2024

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The meeting of the Ethological Society and the Behavioural Biology Section of the German Zoological Society (DZG) will take place in Dummerstorf.

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Focusing on the future

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On November 3, 2023, the Scientific Advisory Board met in Dummerstorf in the best autumn weather to find out about the results of the transformation…

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Successful meeting of saddle pig breeders at the Research Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN)

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On October 20, 2023, the annual saddle pig breeders meeting took place at the Research Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN).

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Science on air at Radio Lohro

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Kick-off broadcast "Wellenlänge Wissenschaft - Junge Forschung aus MV" with Annkatrin Pahl on the topic of social relations in dairy cows.

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