Written by Harold Hafs
While most files in the Animal Science Image Gallery contain a single image, nearly one-third are ZIP files or PowerPoints. These files contain many images so that viewers do not need to search for closely related images, such as the stages of a dissection, for example. Some of these files also are videos. Here are two examples of videos capturing information that cannot be accomodated well with single images. Read more
Written by Kim Schoonmaker, ASAS Communications
Numbers really do matter when it comes to livestock’s impact on climate change, says Dr. Frank Mitloehner, professor and air-quality specialist with the University of California-Davis Department of Animal Science. When those numbers are distorted, representatives of animal agriculture must respond.
This was a key message of Mitloehner’s presentation at Innovate 2014: Global Food Security. Read more
The purpose of the ADSA Midwest Branch Young Dairy Scholars and ASAS Midwestern Section Animal Science Young Scholars is to recognize and feature the research accomplishments of recent Ph.D. graduates or current Ph.D. students in the advanced stages of their program (i.e. within 12 months of degree completion) at the annual Midwestern ADSA/ASAS meetings. Both ADSA and ASAS recognize promising individuals separately as either an ADSA Midwest Branch Young Dairy Scholar or an ASAS Midwestern Section Animal Science Young Scholar.