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Science and Research Projects

Contractor / Funded Organisation: Cardiff University

Detailed below are science projects undertaken for, or managed on behalf of, Defra by the Contractor/Funded Organisation selected.

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AW1144: Evaluation of Meat Chicken Regulations
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2012 To 2014, Cost £296,400
Field of Study:   Animal Welfare
Theme:   Strategic research into on farm poultry welfare
Keywords:  
On-Farm, Poultry, Welfare
 
 
PS2152: Bacterial Insecticides and toxins for control of root flies
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2013 To 2014, Cost £101,000
Field of Study:   Pesticide Safety
Theme:   Alternative Plant Protection Technologies
Keywords:  
Horticulture, Insecticide use, Biopesticide
 
 
SD0511: Research Fellowship Providing Evidence and Analysis to Inform Policy Development on Key Elements of Biosecurity - Animal and Plant Health.
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 2014 To 2015, Cost £103,712
Theme:   Science Advisory Group/Council
Keywords:  
 
 
WT0984: Defra Water Abstraction Reform Evidence - Appointment of Research Experts
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 2012 To 2015, Cost £125,950
Theme:   R&D Water Availability & Quality Board Programme
Keywords:  
 
 
ZF0532: Decision-making research into farmers’ cattle purchasing behaviour, investigating the current role of TB risk assessment in purchase decisions and appraising future ways to increase the importance of such risk assessment
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 2019 To 2020, Cost £107,042
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   TB - Policy
Keywords:  
Bovine, Cattle, Disease Control, Animals, Social Research, Transmission, Tuberculosis
 
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