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GIS online training course «The use of GIS in animal disease response»

2020-04-14T18:14:07+02:00February 13th 2018|Emerging avian disease, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Training & Events|

The online course «The use of GIS in animal disease response» is available in the e-learrning platform of the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie. The course ...

OIE – GIS training course «The use of GIS in animal disease response». 12th-16th March 2018, Shenzhen (China)

2020-04-14T18:12:55+02:00December 19th 2017|Emerging avian disease, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Training & Events|

The OIE - GIS training course "The use of GIS in animal disease response" will be held in Shenzhen (China) between the 12 and the 16 ...

EFSA/EMA/ECDC opinion on indicators to assess antimicrobial consumption and antimicrobial resistance

2020-04-14T18:13:00+02:00October 27th 2017|Food risk communication, Monitoring & Prevention|

A new EU scientific opinion has been released by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Centre for ...

Avian influenza: institutions and authorities work together to find a global approach to fighting the disease

2020-04-14T18:13:05+02:00October 10th 2017|Avian influenza & Newcastle disease, Emerging avian disease, Training & Events|

The International Conference “Avian influenza: a global threat” was held in Rome on October 4th, 2017. The meeting was organized by the Italian Ministry of ...

Targetfish, a vaccination strategy to support the European aquaculture industry

2020-04-14T18:13:19+02:00September 26th 2017|Fish, crustacean and mollusc pathology, Research & Projects|

The TargetFish project (Targeted disease prophylaxis in European fish farming) was completed in September 2017. It was a large and international collaborative project whose main ...

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 ...