Three U of G researchers Drs. Michael Steele, David Renaud and Charlotte Winder discuss their dairy calf research and the importance of nutrition, health and welfare.
Daniel Bath, research scientist in horticultural automation at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, discusses the influx of innovation as the next wave in agriculture’s long history with automation.
Paul Kelly, research and apiary manager for U of G's Honeybee Research Centre, discusses decreased honeybee populations in Ontario and Canada and shares educational videos produced with Alliance funding.
Alliance-funded associate professor of engineering Dr. Erica Pensini with collaboration from Prof. Alejandro Marangoni in the food science department discuss their research on biodegradable film that could eliminate the need to find a recycling market or contribute to landfill waste for plastic bunk silo covers and horticultural mulch.
Alliance-funded agriculture technology researcher Dr. Thomas Graham spoke to WIRED about the growing indoor farming industry.
The University of Guelph Gryphon’s LAAIR pitch competition win helped Harvest Genomics bring its technology to the agriculture industry.
A new Conversation article on avian influenza from OVC's Drs. Shayan Sharif and Jeff Wichtel discusses a OneHealth approach with equal importance on measures from animal, human and environmental health perspectives.
U of G researchers Drs. Rene Van Acker and Evan Fraser examine five technologies that could help it reach that goal in a new Conversation Canada commentary.
Alliance-funded researcher and associate professor of pathology Dr. Claire Jardine speaks about the importance of wild bird surveillance that is part of the industry-farmer-government Canadian Notifiable Avian Influenza Surveillance System.