CSAR adds two new projects to its portfolio.
Two new projects have joined the CSAR portfolio Cure4Aqua and IGNITION.
Cure4Aqua, a multi-partner project will focus on developing new approaches to prevent aquatic fish diseases by introducing and validating novel technologies for early detection of diseases, CSAR will work on and lead Work Package 4 which will focus on prevention through epigenetics.
New knowledge in animal welfare in the context of climate change, will be delivered by the IGNITION consortium of 17 partners. Spread across Europe, the partners will develop new non-invasive tools enabling more sustainable animal farming, CSARs involvement will be focused on Work Package 2 – Animal welfare in a changing environment and Work package WP3 – Halophytes biorefinery and functional feeds.