EU – Genetics: The SABRE project

EU-funded scientists are applying the latest genetic techniques to aid in the development of profitable farming systems that produce safe, high quality food while reducing their environmental impact and maintaining high animal welfare standards. Almost 200 researchers from 33 organisations in 14 countries are involved in the SABRE ('Cutting edge genomics for sustainable animal breeding') project, which is financed under the 'Food quality and safety' Thematic area of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) with EUR 13.9 million.
Friday 6 February 2009 (9 years 2 months 19 days ago)
EU-funded scientists are applying the latest genetic techniques to aid in the development of profitable farming systems that produce safe, high quality food while reducing their environmental impact and maintaining high animal welfare standards. Almost 200 researchers from 33 organisations in 14 countries are involved in the SABRE ('Cutting edge genomics for sustainable animal breeding') project, which is financed under the 'Food quality and safety' Thematic area of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) with EUR 13.9 million.

http://ec.europa.eu/research/headlines/news/article_09_02_05_en.html

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