Claire Brown sets off in new research direction.
Findings of study aimed at helping world’s working donkeys.
Studies available as part of new collection of free research articles.
Striking coal colour went in and out of fashion, researchers found.
Results described as encouraging by British researchers.
Research shows parasitic disease is found in at least 42 US states.
Villagers slaughtered and ate sickly horses; nine people died.
New method is faster and cheaper than DNA testing.
Irish firm Equinome announces further expansion.
Loss of hygiene could have clinical consequences, but more work needed to confirm this.
Parasites found to release tiny packages of genetic material into the cells of their victim.
Clues emerges as to why the virus is benign in bats; often fatal to humans and horses.
Mounted police units in British neighbourhoods found to boost confidence and trust.
Important fossils unearthed on the edge of a coal mine.
“It is a breakthrough therapy which is highly promising.” – lead researcher.
Midges could even spread as far as warmer parts of New Zealand.
Findings could lead to a biological marker for metabolic conditions, including obesity.
Rapid microbial transition seen after change from commercial forage-based feed to pasture.