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Two new joint collaborative research projects about to start

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The University of Greifswald and the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology in Dummerstorf are intensifying their cooperation.

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Biomedical research continues to develop rapidly - resources to be pooled in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MV)

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Dummerstorf scientists hold international workshop on future technology of molecular biology NGS (October 8)

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Biologist heads new junior research group "Growth Physiology of Fishes”

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Leibniz Institute in Dummerstorf expands its research spectrum

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How fertile mice can help conserve the species of big cats

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Major Leibniz project is to unravel fundamental mechanisms of fertility

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Perch, zander, houting and trout - successful trial operation in the new aquaculture plant in Dummerstorf

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Research conditions are considerably simplified with the own circulation system directly on site

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Cattle husbandry: European agricultural scientists break new ground in research cooperation

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European Union supports pioneering project with 5 million euros – SmartCow consortium to promote international exchange – Leibniz Institute in...

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Males obviously cannot be bred for a higher fertility

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Dummerstorf Scientists on the Trail of an Exceptional Scientific Phenomenon

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Discussion forum on climate protection, economic efficiency and animal welfare - Strong demand at International Green Week Berlin – Conflicts and compromises in global livestock farming

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The discussion forum initiated by the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology in Dummerstorf together with the Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank on...

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European scientists want to develop a better understanding of the dairy cow and develop new breeding strategies

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Seven European countries, as well as China and the USA are conducting joint research in the GplusE-Project

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Which research topics matter for people?

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MeLa visitors are particularly interested in species-appropriate animal husbandry and animal welfare

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