Animal & veterinary science

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New approach for animal disease surveillance

Thursday 21 Jul 2016

CSU researchers are set to play a key role in developing a new approach for surveillance for emergency animal diseases.

More than just chips: what are you getting with your fish?

Wednesday 22 Jun 2016

A CSU scientist has identified the need for more research into seafood safety to protect the health of Australian consumers and workers in the local fishing industry.

Persevering through pathways to a PhD at CSU

Friday 15 Apr 2016

From thinking university study was out of reach to embarking on her PhD studies, Ms Anita Poupa is proof that perseverance pays off.

Effective protection of dogs from grass seeds

Thursday 7 Apr 2016

A new study at CSU offers dog owners ways to prevent grass seeds becoming a major health problem for their animals.

Free-range egg label let down

Friday 1 Apr 2016

A CSU expert in poultry behaviour and welfare claims the new national standard for labelling free-range eggs fails both consumers and producers.

CSU vaccine trial for melanoma in horses

Wednesday 2 Mar 2016

A trial is underway at CSU to develop a therapeutic vaccine to treat melanoma in grey horses.

CSU vet science student looks to animal welfare in Fiji

Tuesday 2 Feb 2016

The first international student in the veterinary science program at CSU has passed the half-way mark with ambitious plans to return to Fiji on graduation to improve the health and welfare of small and large animals.

CSU in national wildlife health trial

Wednesday 20 Jan 2016

Interesting and unusual diseases in wildlife across CSU's regional footprint will be fed into a national database in a new initiative to broaden Australia's wildlife disease surveillance capacity.

Managing lambing ewes on dual purpose wheat

Wednesday 6 Jan 2016

New research at CSU has shown that lambing ewes may safely graze on dual purpose wheat in southern NSW.

Vets investigate non-surgical neutering

Tuesday 22 Dec 2015

CSU researchers are part of a team investigating non-surgical de-sexing to help address problems created by unwanted and stray animals.

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