RUMIGEN joint workshop!

On the 1st – 2nd of September the Danish Board of Technology and Wageningen University held a joint workshop in Copenhagen, which brought together 18 stakeholders and RUMIGEN partners, representing farmers, breeders, consumers, animal welfare advocates, researchers, and ethicists.

Post-doctoral position at INRAE!

A Post-doctoral position on epigenetic footprints of environmental changes and epigenetic inheritance is available within the European project GEroNIMO.

First genome-edited Alpine goats: born to resist!

One of the objectives of the RUMIGEN WP5 activity 3 is to compare the relative efficiency of introducing a favorable allele from a Norwegian goat breed into the Alpine breed by gene introgression or genome editing, while preserving the specific traits of these animals.

RUMIGEN’s People: Patrice Humblot!

Patrice Humblot is a reproductive physiologist. He is presently Professor of Domestic Animal Reproduction at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU).

RUMIGEN’s People: Haja Kadarmideen!

Haja Kadarmideen is a tenured full professor and head of Quantitative genomics, Bioinformatics and Computational biology (QBC) at the Technical University of Denmark since 2017.