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Researchers discover how new human coronavirus enters cells
Researchers at Utrecht University and the Erasmus MC have discovered how a new coronavirus that causes fatal infections ...
Large animals have relatively thin cartilage – ‘possible connection with joint wear’
The larger and heavier an animal is, the thicker its bones usually are. But research conducted by UMC Utrecht and ...
Parts of curriculum also online available
The Faculty of Veterinary Medice now offers part of its curriculum online, via Elevate, the innovative online academy. ...
New substance protects against viruses and bacteria
An international team of scientists, including some from Utrecht University, have developed a substance that can ...
We got it all wrong: our animals
People have always been fascinated by animals, and that is certainly still the case today. The general public eagerly ...
A seminar on animal behaviour, cognition and training
In collaboration with the University of Veterinary Medicine and the Messerli Research Institute, Vienna, Austria. A ...
AITVM Conference 25-29 August 2013
The AITVM, the Association of Institutions for Tropical Veterinary Medicine organises a 3-yearly international ...
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