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BPRACTICES. New management practices towards a sustainable beekeeping production system

2020-04-14T18:13:24+02:00September 12th 2017|Beekeeping, Food risk communication, Research & Projects|

Colony losses in Europe are strongly related to the prevalence of honeybee diseases in the different countries. This situation is likely to worsen with the ...

Research to combat avian influenza. Successful kick-off of DELTA-FLU project

2020-04-14T18:13:29+02:00September 6th 2017|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Emerging avian disease, Research & Projects|

 “Dynamics of avian influenza in a changing world” - shortly named DELTA-FLU - aims at elucidating the mechanisms of bird flu. An international consortium of ...

Wild ungulates. The prioritization of pathogens in health surveillance strategies

2020-04-14T18:20:27+02:00July 31st 2017|Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Research & Projects|

In the eastern Alps, and also across the Alps as a whole, populations of wild ungulates (such as deer, roe deer, fallow deer and wild ...

Natural toxins in honey, a laboratory method for detecting their presence

2020-04-14T18:20:31+02:00June 24th 2017|Beekeeping, Research & Projects|

The Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie has developed and validated a method for the determination of some natural toxins in honey: pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs) and ...

MedAID. An H2020 research project to stand up Mediterranean fish farming

2020-04-14T18:20:41+02:00June 12th 2017|Fish, crustacean and mollusc pathology, Research & Projects|

A 20% increase in sustainable aquaculture production in the Mediterranean: that's the target of the European Commission and MedAID (Mediterranean Aquaculture Integrated Development), a four ...

Novimark. Studying Novirhabdoviruses to improve the health of trout and salmon

2020-04-14T18:21:29+02:00May 23rd 2017|Fish, crustacean and mollusc pathology, Research & Projects|

The infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHNV) and the viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) are the causative agents of two major infectious diseases severely affecting the ...