International Innovation publishes global insight and analysis on current scientific research trends, as well as funding and policy issues. Coverage spans the breadth of scientific disciplines, with key focus on the interdisciplinary areas of healthcare, environment and technology.
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Challenges surrounding HIV research are constantly evolving. Dr Robert Shafer discusses how he handles the difficulties embedded in treating this infectious disease and explains the ways he encourages scientists to work more closely towards advancing research efforts
Controlling and eradicating animal diseases is crucial to economic, human and environmental health, and is the primary aim of the OIE. Director General Dr Bernard Vallat reveals more about the Organisation’s work to improve animal health and welfare globally
International Innovation takes a closer look at ‘One Health’ – a movement that states the interconnectedness of animal, human and environmental health, and champions a coordinated, collaborative and multidisciplinary approach to tackle the global health threats facing us today
In France, the Network of Biological Resource Centres for Domestic Animals has been established with the twin aims of preserving the nation’s genetic biodiversity while improving genomics research in the area
The Center for Veterinary Health Sciences at Oklahoma State University is home to a number of research teams working on a variety of pressing health issues. Following a Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence grant, the remit of their work is set to expand
New proteomic analyses of rabbit stem cells from the National Chung Hsing University and China Medical University in Taiwan are revealing key differences between pluripotent stem cells and somatic cells