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Launch of the APHA Science and Evidence Review 2021

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Image split into six: a hand holding a test tube, a male in a greenhouse filled with flowers, a female next to a box with netting, some turkeys, an Asian hornet and a field with a tree surrounded by sheep. The text in the centre reads, "APHA Science and Evidence Review 2021".
APHA produces a formal review of its science annually

It is that time of year again when APHA produces a formal review of its science. The APHA Science and Evidence Review 2021 sets out a summary of science highlights achieved throughout the year 2021 in support of our Science Strategy 2021-2026.

It shows the fantastic range of animal and plant health expertise within the agency and demonstrates the importance and value of linking our surveillance and research activities to rapidly investigate and respond to new threats; including those with potential public health impact. It also shows our key role in the protection of animal and plant health and animal welfare; our mission as one of the world’s leading research centres in animal and plant health.

The review contains highlights from each of our science portfolios and main discipline areas plus a summary of our publications, representation and qualifications.

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