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Farm Animal Genetics and Genomics (Genesis) Faraday Partnership - LS1618

The Genesis Faraday Partnership is the result of a bid, led by the Roslin Institute, to the 2002 competition for new Faraday Partnerships. Genesis FP works to improve the co-ordination of the use of genetic and genomic technologies by the livestock breeding and animal health industries.

It will promote and co-ordinate basic research, assist with technology transfer and organise and promote relevant training activities. The results of this activity will be a more sustainable livestock industry with better animal production, health and welfare, together with thriving livestock breeding and animal health companies.
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2002

To: 2009

Cost: £955,000
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Roslin Institute, Edinburgh (BBSRC)
Animal Production              
Livestock Farming              
Molecular Biology