From reducing cattle-fart to saving a dog’s leg, Scottish researchers lead the way

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Glasgow University researchers have developed a ‘world-first’ in creating new bone growth and saving the leg of what looks like an English Setter. Who says we can be anti-English? The technique prevented amputation of the leg and is to be tested on humans too.

This is only one of many reports of Scottish researchers at the forefront of their fields, which I’ve reported on. See these recent examples:

Scottish research first to identify ways of reducing cattle-fart with view to saving the planet

Scottish Association for Marine Science to lead seaweed research to benefit developing nations

Scottish Veterinary researchers working to improve the health and productivity of farmed animals in sub-Saharan Africa.

Scottish university research to help developing nations remove arsenic from water supplies

Scottish Researchers again!

You can see the story here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/science-environment-42370415/world-first-for-dog-s-broken-leg

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3 thoughts on “From reducing cattle-fart to saving a dog’s leg, Scottish researchers lead the way

  1. Scott December 30, 2017 / 1:05 pm

    Not a comment on the story just to wish you and yours a very.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR and good health and thanks for all the news you bring us.

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