iSAGE Newsletter Issue n. 4
The iSAGE newsletter n. 4 is now available! Read the full issue here!
CORDIS new article on iSAGE project
“Weatherproof sheep? How to enhance animal resilience to climate change” is the new article published by the CORDIS Editorial Team. CORDIS is part of the European Commission’s strategy for the dissemination and exploitation of research results. You can read the full article here.
iSAGE Final Conference
iSAGE Final Conference Opportunities to improve the profitability and sustainability of the sheep and goat sector. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Rue Gineste, 3 – 1210 Brussels. Wednesday, 26 February 2020, 09.30 to 16.30h The meeting will be of interest to farmer and processor organisations, government and non-governmental bodies and international organizations with a role […]
iSAGE scientist wins prestigious award
iSAGE scientist Martha Dellar wins major award for her work in the project on the prediction of the effects of climate change on animal and pasture productivity. See link for details: https://www.sruc.ac.uk/news/article/2536/climate_change_research_wins_phd_student_prize
Breeding weatherproof sheep to adapt to climate change
Paper published today in BMC Genetics on research into animal resilience conducted by SRUC and supported by iSAGE could be used to improve the accuracy of selective breeding. Sheep can be selected for improved performance and importantly to withstand severe events resulting from climate change. See below for details: Genetic analysis of novel phenotypes for […]
You can find here innovation leaflets that summarise the key outcomes of case studies undertaken by the project including advice for successful implementation.
iSAGE UK regional training course and workshop from 3 to 6 December
iSAGE organizes the UK regional training course and workshop from 3 to 6 December. For registration and further information please see here!
iSAGE Newsletter Issue n. 3
The iSAGE newsletter n. 3 is now available! Read the full issue here!
Webinar on “The role of ruminants in sustainable diets”
The Belgian Association of Meat Science and Technology (BAMST) and the International Dairy Federation (IDF) organised a meeting and webinar in Brussels on 21st June 2019 on “The role of ruminants in sustainable diets”. For info and to follow the webinar: https://www.fil-idf.org/bamstidfevent2019/