News

Die Wanderungsphase von Zugvögeln ist mit einer Veränderung von oxidativem Stress im Gewebe der Tiere verbunden. Foto: Gianni Pola  2

Avian fitness: birds go easy on their pectoral muscles  2

A European research team led by Vetmeduni Vienna has discovered a protective mechanism in migratory birds. According to the study, common quails are...

(Web-Redaktion on 03/30/2021)

Read more about: Avian fitness: birds go easy on their pectoral muscles  2
Foto: pixabay  3

Breakthrough: New method for modelling the development of leukaemia  3

In a recently published study in Blood Advances, a research team from the Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Vetmeduni Vienna describes the...

(Web-Redaktion on 03/26/2021)

Read more about: Breakthrough: New method for modelling the development of leukaemia  3
Mönchsgrasmücke mit Geolokator. Foto: Wolfgang Vogl/Vetmeduni Vienna  4

The migration of Austrian blackcaps decoded  4

Blackcaps (Sylvia atricapilla) are one of the most common bird species in Europe, and the most common in Austria. Across their range, they show a...

(Web-Redaktion on 03/22/2021)

Read more about: The migration of Austrian blackcaps decoded  4
Die Simulationsstudie bewertete verschiedene Bekämpfungsansätze eines möglichen MKS-Ausbruchs in Österreich. Foto: pixabay  5

Foot-and-mouth disease: evaluation of control strategies against a potential outbreak  5

Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is one of the most feared animal diseases worldwide. The viral disease is highly contagious, with an acute progression,...

(Web-Redaktion on 03/18/2021)

Read more about: Foot-and-mouth disease: evaluation of control strategies against a potential outbreak  5
Durch Kooperation gelangten die Keas zur Futterbelohnung. Foto: R. Schwing/Vetmeduni Vienna  6

Kea: Less dominant behaviour brings about the desired success  6

Kea (Nestor notabilis) are an endangered species of large parrot from New Zealand that are known for their intelligence and curiosity, making them an...

(Web-Redaktion on 03/16/2021)

Read more about: Kea: Less dominant behaviour brings about the desired success  6