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Comic Book Helps Communicate Benefits of Genetic Gain in Tropical Livestock
A new comic book developed by the Centre for Tropical Livestock Genetics and Health (CTLGH) is being used to inspire young people about the power of genetics and how it can provide solutions in the real world.
Advanced Training Placements Support Global Agricultural Research
Two visiting scientists from Ethiopia reflect about their time at Roslin Institute in Edinburgh
Building Capacity of African Researchers
Genomics workshop helps scientists play key role in boosting productivity of livestock systems in Africa
Genetic Study Identifies Breeding for Resilience to Climate Change is Possible
New study may have huge implications for tropical livestock production
New Project Will Help Support Breeding Decisions for Dairy Farmers in Rwanda
Could a profit index help maximise dairy outputs and income from low-input farming systems in Rwanda?
Celebrating AWARD’s work in advancing gender equality in agricultural science
How AWARD initiatives, supported by CTLGH, are strengthening the research, mentoring and leadership skills of African scientists, empowering them to contribute more effectively to poverty alleviation and food security in sub–Saharan Africa.
Scottish Parliament Celebrates Gender Equality Work in Africa
Reception at Scottish Parliament highlights University of Edinburgh’s international work on advancing gender equality in science.
Agri-Food Transformations for Africa: Working Together for Impact
Edinburgh research dialogue spurs ideas for collaboration and collective action
CTLGH Celebrates Five-Year Milestone and Plans for its Future
The Centre for Tropical Livestock Genetics and Health (CTLGH) had a double celebration today (Friday 27 September 2019) as it celebrated the achievements made in the first five years of its existence and the signing of a collaborative framework agreement (CFA) between its founding partners to underpin its future for the next five years.
CTLGH Launches Five Years Highlights Document
The Centre for Tropical Livestock Genetics and Health has produced a ‘Five Year Highlights’ document highlighting the work it is doing to improve tropical livestock development through genetic gains.
Farming for the Future: Making Livestock Production Sustainable
CTLGH Director highlights benefits of improving livestock production through genetic gain at 2019 British Science Festival
Turning livestock into a pathway out of poverty
CTLGH has received backing to achieve its aim to improve the health and productivity of poultry and cattle in developing countries.