Monthly Archives: September 2016

Architectural Antagonism by an Acute Arbovirus

Published on: Author: the CVR science blog editors

“For many years, if not from the time of the introduction of the Merino sheep into the Colony, there has been prevalent amongst the flocks a disease known as fever. This disease is most prevalent during the summer months, and is very much worse in wet seasons.” That was a quote from the Report of… Continue reading

ICP0 and Skyewalker…no, this isn’t an episode of Star Wars!

Published on: Author: the CVR science blog editors

In this blog post, Professor Roger Everett, who retired recently from the CVR after decades spent in Glasgow (157 papers published… and counting!), answers some of our pressing questions in a Q and A with Siobhan Petrie, our communications officer. If you like what you read have a listen to the podcast interview with Roger… Continue reading