International Innovation Magazine

The Zoonoses Issue Synopsis

International Innovation invites you to join researchers from across the globe and publish in this latest themed issue. This special edition will explore the factors associated with the emergence and re-emergence of zoonoses. We will look at the measures in place to address diseases that threaten both food production and public health. Championing zoology and veterinary science, we will also examine the research currently underway that seeks to improve animal health worldwide.


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Precious resources

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All creatures great and small

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A case for animal cloning

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