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Vet News

  • Ulrike Wurth 1950–2018

    Wednesday, May 29 '19 03:00

    Australian Veterinary Journal, Volume 97, Issue 6, Page 173-173, June 2019. Read more...

  • Is canine heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis) endemic to South Australia?

    Wednesday, May 29 '19 03:00

    Australian Veterinary Journal, Volume 97, Issue 6, Page 191-196, June 2019. Read more...

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    Wednesday, May 29 '19 03:00

    Australian Veterinary Journal, Volume 97, Issue 6, Page N1-N26, June 2019. Read more...

  • Impact of a single treatment of injectable doramectin on weight gain post weaning in beef heifers and steers in central Queensland, Australia

    Wednesday, May 29 '19 03:00

    Australian Veterinary Journal, Volume 97, Issue 6, Page 185-190, June 2019. Read more...

  • Student selection to a rural veterinary school. 1: applicant demographics and predictors of success within the application process

    Wednesday, May 29 '19 03:00

    Australian Veterinary Journal, Volume 97, Issue 6, Page 175-184, June 2019. Read more...

Vet News

  • Scorpion venom compounds can kill dangerous bacteria

    Friday, Jun 14 '19 01:00

    Researchers have found two chemicals that are effective against dangerous bacteria. The source of these healing compounds? The venom of a Mexican scorpion. Read more...

  • Human brains have evolved to 'prefer' music and speech

    Wednesday, Jun 12 '19 01:00

    New evidence suggests that human brains, unlike those of monkeys, may have evolved to 'listen' for pitch, which characterizes music and speech. Read more...

  • Dog ownership could be down to genes

    Friday, May 24 '19 01:00

    A study of tens of thousands of identical and nonidentical twins in Sweden suggests that genetic makeup could be a strong factor in choosing to own a dog. Read more...

  • How a parasitic fish could help us fight brain cancer and stroke

    Sunday, May 19 '19 05:00

    New research in mice suggests that molecules derived from a species of parasitic fish could help tackle cancer and other conditions in the brain. Read more...

  • Why don't whales develop cancer, and why should we care?

    Wednesday, May 15 '19 08:00

    Whales have a minimal risk of developing cancer, despite factors that may lead us to think otherwise. Why is this, and how can this knowledge help us? Read more...