Our refreshed five-year science strategy is available to view on our APHA GOV.UK pages. Read on for a summary of the strategy and links to the published document.
No matter what the weather has in store for them, Plant Health and Seed Inspectors Laura Chapman and Natalie Vallone have an important job to do. Learn about their roles in our second and final blog to mark Plant Health Week 2020.
Put your veterinary skills and pathology experience to work in an interesting and influential role. You will be underpinning the crucial work of a dedicated agency that is tackling disease and ensuring the health of animals throughout the UK.
Learn about the pre-election period and how it will impact upon our blogging activity.
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