Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science (VH)
The VH faculty's mission is to conduct high-quality academic research and teaching in the field of veterinary medicine and animal science. We are engaged in most aspects of the life and welfare of domestic animals.
Animal Welfare Science Symposium programme 2023
The Swedish Livestock Research Centre is an important facility for research and teaching. The facility includes dairy cattle, pigs and poultry. The research coordinator and staff at the research
The Swedish Livestock Research Centre offers housing for research and teaching. The facility includes dairy cattle, pigs and poultry. All the undergraduate and graduate students at the faculty will
Animal Welfare Science Symposium
Annual Animal Welfare Science Symposium 2023 firstname.lastname@example.org Wednesday-Thursday 7-8th June 2023, Uppsala The aim of this symposium is to engage researchers in animal and veterinary sciences,
Annual Animal Welfare Symposium
Wednesday-Thursday 7-8th June 2023, Uppsala The aim of this symposium is to engage researchers in animal and veterinary sciences, human-animal interactions, ethics, policy and law, economics and
Diss Aleksandar Cojkic
Dissertation Aleksandar Cojkic email@example.com Aleksandar Cojkic defends his thesis: Identification of bull semen microbiota and possible alternatives for antibiotics in semen extender
Diss Krista Tuominen
Dissertation Krista Tuominen firstname.lastname@example.org Krista Tuominen defends her thesis: Theoretical modelling of LA-MRSA in Swedish pig production All interested are welcome to attend.
Diss Malin Boyner
Dissertation Malin Boyner email@example.com Malin Boyer defends her thesis: A flying start – Adapted hatching and post-hatch feeding in broiler chickens All interested are welcome to
Worth knowing in Uppsala
The events consist of short lectures about SLU research. The university’s research dares to question established knowledge and aims to solve real problems for a living world. Everyone is welcome.
Sustainable fish farming in Rwanda
The purpose with this project is to contribute to food security through sustainable Tilapia production in Rwanda with locally available resources. Aquaculture is recent in Rwanda dates 1950s, fish
Website of EURCAW- Ruminants & Equines launched
The Centre is coordinated by SLU/SCAW and the work is performed together with several European partners. For more information and material, go to the website EURCAW Ruminants & Equines – – (
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