Young Farmers: Meet Shane Maher, a man with no farm at home, now working with pigs every day!

On this week’s young series we spoke with Shane Maher, who is taking the agricultural science by the scruff of it’s neck.

Scientists successful in gene editing, paving way for pig to human transplants

Scientists have been working with pig genomes, and claim to now be able to deactivate a number of retroviruses.

Mastitis detection system could eliminate the disease

A new mastitis detection project has been put into the development stage, and could help eliminate the problem for many farmers.

Teagasc Dairy Open day July 4th

Teagasc are set to host a major dairy open day on July 4th in Teagasc Moorepark, Fermoy, County Cork.

10% at risk to Radon

A new radon map carried out by researchers from Trinity College Dublin found that up to 460,000 may be at risk to Radon.

Cork Scientists Identify the Cause of Pink Discoloration Defects in Cheese

What makes cheese blush? Scientists at Teagasc and UCC have conducted research!

Irish Food Companies Encouraged to Capitalise on Publicly-funded Research

Research, development and innovation have a key role to play in the sustainable development and competitiveness of the Irish food sector