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The PIGSs project introduced at the bi-annual symposium of the bi-annual symposium of the Section Bacteriology & Mykologie ("Fachgruppe Bakteriologie & Mykologie") of the DVG (“Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische...
The PIGSs project introduced at the 4th German Pneumococcal and Streptococcal Symposium Berlin
Professor Peter Valentin-Weigand, WP2 leader in the PIGSs project presented results at the 4th German Pneumococcal and Streptococcal Symposium Berlin on S. suis projects which are related to the PIGSs project. His group also prese...
The PIGSs poster presented at the 25th International Pig Veterinary Society Congress (IPVS) in Chongqing – China
The outline and consortium of the PIGSs project presented at the 25th International Pig Veterinary Society Congress (IPVS 2018) and 2018 International Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Symposium in June 2018. &nbs...
PIGSs project kick-off meeting 29-31 August, 2017
On 29-31 August 2017, the project members of the PIGSs project gathered at Hotel Reehorst (Ede, the Netherlands) for the official Kick-off meeting....
The PIGSs project introduced at the Spanish microbiota in animals conference (May 31, 2018)
Last week, IRTA organized a one-day meeting about microbiota in animals. ...
New logo for the PIGSs project
The new logo of the PIGSs project is ready!...
Scientific Consortium Meeting Cambridge
From April 17 to 19, over 35 project members of the PIGSs project gathered in Cambridge for the Scientific Consortium Meeting....
Leisure time on the Cam river during the Scientific Consortium meeting mid-April
During the PIGSs Scientific Consortium meeting in Cambridge mid-April, all scientists, company representatives and advisory board members enjoyed some leisure time on the Cam river. ...
1st PIGSs scientific consortium meeting scheduled on April 17-19 2018 in Cambridge
The first PIGSs scientific consortium meeting will be held at the University of Cambridge (Pembroke College...
The effective control of S. suis infectious disease is hampered by the lack of knowledge. Therefore, the PIGSs project addresses the complete disease triangle to study the necessary pre-conditions for disease to occur. ...