DRL Taking Disease Expertise to the Dairy Industry

From Deer Research Laboratory to Disease Research Limited: the DRL of 2018 owes a lot to the DRL of 1985… Read more about the evolution of DRL from University of Otago research laboratory to successful agri-enterprise. In the latest issue of the University of Otago Magazine

“Our research has always been applied – looking at new diagnostics, finding genes of resilience and developing vaccines. We weren’t plumbing the depths, we were looking at functional responses to see how we could use those to bring commercial gain or economic gain.”

 

 

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