ILRI Clippings

New targets to protect biodiversity must include farmers and agriculture

How viable are schemes to give poor people making and selling ‘informal’ milk greater market access?

‘Genomic time travel’ for better African cattle—New paper describes a ‘rich mosaic of traits’ and an ‘evolutionary jolt’

ILRI’s Kapiti Research Station to serve as conservancy and critical wildlife corridor for Nairobi National Park

Belching bovines and global warming: Overstated claims about methane emitted by cows and climate change

More on why outright banning of ‘wet markets’ (while ‘giving virologists the heebie-jeebies’) won’t work

Ivan Morrison, of the University of Edinburgh, formerly of ILRAD, awarded the inaugural Plowright Prize for his lifelong research towards a vaccine for East Coast fever

The geometry of disease: A longitudinal calf cohort study in Kenya has yielded a unique database and biorepository

Wildlife markets in the pandemic: Prohibit or preserve them? Ban or promote them?