Press Releases 2016

Why not having a "savage" christmas time - game meat rich of Omega-3 fatty acids as fish [Link 1]
Major Urinary Proteins do not allow kin recognition in male mice [Link 2]
Tail hairs reveal dietary choices of three horse species in the Gobi Desert [Link 3]
Edible Dormice: The older they get, the more they rejuvenate their cells. [Link 4]
Fly larvae clean bee-eater’s nest [Link 5]
A further decrease in the use of broad-spectrum antibiotics in Austrian dairy cows is necessary [Link 6]
Skilful cockatoos able to shape tools from different materials [Link 7]
New findings about the deformed wing virus, a major factor in honey bee colony mortality [Link 8]
Compost bedding good for cow claw health [Link 9]
Viral particles support prophylactic vaccination against breast cancer [Link 10]
Lipid receptor fosters infection of the uterus in bitches [Link 11]
New software helps to find out why “jumping genes” are activated [Link 12]
Risk to small children from family dog often underestimated [Link 13]
Edible dormice: High food availability slows down cell aging [Link 14]
Iwan Burgener, new Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at Vetmeduni Vienna [Link 15]
Head partitions reduce stress in goats during feeding [Link 16]
Fungus a possible precursor of severe respiratory diseases in pigs [Link 17]
Rare fungus product reduces resistance to antibiotics [Link 18]
Day-biting mosquito species spreading its range in Austria [Link 19]
Female blue tits sing in the face of danger [Link 20]
New mechanism activates the immune system against tumour cells [Link 21]
Filarial nematodes taking a fancy to Austria [Link 22]
Shy wild boars are sometimes better mothers [Link 23]
Drug against breast cancer is also highly potent against a frequent form of leukaemia [Link 24]
Origin of dromedary domestication discovered [Link 25]
Hybrid forms of the common house mosquito may serve as vectors between birds and humans [Link 26]
Prestigious distinction for poultry expert Michael Hess from the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna [Link 27]
Multiple paternity may offer fewer advantages than previously thought [Link 28]
ERC Advanced Grant for cancer researcher from Vetmeduni Vienna [Link 29]
Female frogs identify own offspring using inner GPS [Link 30]
A large brain causes the innate immune system to totter [Link 31]
Paula Larenza-Menzies joins Vetmeduni Vienna as Professor of Anaesthesia and Analgesia [Link 32]
Paula Larenza-Menzies joins Vetmeduni Vienna as Professor of Anaesthesia and Analgesia [Link 32]
Checking the health of captive rhinos [Link 33]
When the immune system promotes tumor growth [Link 34]
Inhibitory control affects dogs’ problem-solving performance [Link 35]
You can teach an old dog new tricks - but younger dogs learn faster [Link 36]
Simulator-based Training in Veterinary Medicine: Teaching Animals Increasingly Replaced by Dummies [Link 37]