Researchers detail what makes costly ruminant bacteria so infectious

Posted November 30, 2016

A veterinary research team has discovered the specific genetic mutations that make Campylobacter jejuni such a virulent strain of bacteria in ruminant animals such as sheep and cattle. The research could lead to a vaccine or new ways to control the bacteria.

Songbirds sound the alarm about traffic noise


The alarm calls of songbirds are dramatically impaired by road traffic noise, a new study demonstrates. Research has shown that signals critical for the survival of animals are compromised when birds live near even moderately busy roads.

Unifying forces for new solutions in sustainable aquaculture


Investigators will soon offer a strong platform to develop needed innovations and recruites for the aquaculture industry.