New Brunswick Mininig

Genome Atlantic’s Dr. Richard Donald is urging a prominent role for genomics in the Sustainable Agriculture Strategy now being developed by the federal government.
New research shows genetic testing for neuroticism is now nearly as reliable as full family history for pinpointing people likely to develop mental illness.
The oyster industry in Eastern Canada is expanding rapidly, registering revenues near $31 million in 2017, a 25% increase from 2016. 
After many years in the background of Canada’s Holstein-dominated dairy industry, Milking Shorthorns have begun to attract the attention of a growing number of dairy producers.
Gene-sequencing data is being collected to identify spud varieties that are both potato wart-resistant and climate change-resilient.
The SMART seedlings, developed in the Faculty of Agriculture at Dalhousie University, are expected to be a game changer and put a lot more money in growers’ pockets.