Training on methodology for biology-driven selection On the 25th – 28th of September 2023 took place the Training on methodology for biology-driven selection at Aarhus Universitet, Denmark BovReg project wishes to thank all participants of the course! Some pictures of the training course are available here.
Climate change is a constant in news headlines and cattle continue to be identified as a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. Selecting more efficient cows that produce less methane can help contribute to reaching net zero targets. The Canadian dairy industry has recently introduced genetic evaluations for methane efficiency. This tool was built from […]
Extended deadline for the Aarhus training on methodology for biology-driven selection 25th – 28th of September 2023
Please note that the deadline for the training on methodology for biology-driven selection that will take place on the 25th – 28th of September 2023 has been extended. Further information and registration are available on the BovReg homepage website. Apply now!
Can a diverse group of stakeholders have a fruitful dialogue about the societal and ethical dimensions of innovations in livestock breeding? Let’s find out! In this workshop, breeding companies, animal scientists, policy makers, and NGOs will first be introduced to a newly developed ethical tool and will then apply it in discussions about real developments […]
BovReg Democs game article is available on the Innogen institute website. You can read it by clicking here.
📣Training on methodology for biology-driven selection🧬 👩🏫BovReg is happy to announce the onsite, hands-on course on methodology for biology-driven selection, to be held from the 25th – 28th of September 2023 at Aarhus University, Denmark. ℹ️ Info & registration👇 Training on methodology for biology-driven selection
The EuroFAANG cluster addresses challenges in farmed animal production, namely the better use of resources, animal health and welfare, the environment and the climate impact of breeding but also feeding the world with fewer resources. This is only possible with collaboration with the six partner projects, which tackle a wide range of livestock species, such […]
BovReg partners from Work Package 7 have published a new article titled: “The size and composition of haplotype reference panels impact the accuracy of imputation from low-pass sequencing in cattle”. Further details are available here.
On May 4, 2023, the German version of the Democs game was played at the University of Rostock, on the occasion of the Long Night of Science. The playing session titled Cattle Breeding: What should we do next? A Democs game (Rinderzucht: Was sollten wir als Nächstes tun? Ein Democs Spiel) triggered interesting discussions on […]
BovReg will organize a training course on methodology for biology-driven selection in Aarhus, Denmark on 25.-28.9.2023. Save the dates and stay tuned!