The APHA Annual Science Review 2018 has been published and gives an overview of our main scientific achievements and highlights during the last year.
18 April 2019 marks the third birthday of the APHA Science blog and what an interesting three years we’ve had!
In 2018, the APHA International Development (ID) team was established within the Science Directorate to develop new engagement strategies at an international level and to enhance the status and outreach of the agency. During the course of the past year, …
Christopher Finnegan (APHA Senior Scientist for International Development) blogs about a sunny October day when scientists from APHA Weybridge hosted a team of Ukrainian delegates with the aim of highlighting work done in the UK in the field of animal …
Jane Goodger talks about how we communicate our science and highlights some noteworthy achievements in recent months.
Like last year we have produced an APHA Annual Science Review, which brings together the many highlights and achievements during 2016.
One of the Agency’s key performance indicators is for the APHA Science Advisory Board (SAB) to provide an assurance statement on the quality of the science that we carry out.
Sarah Stewart, APHA Stakeholder Engagement Manager, talks about the Government Science and Engineering (GSE) event that she attended with Nick Coldham, APHA Head of Bacteriology.
One of the key actions taken forward in our first science strategy was to set up an APHA Science Advisory Board (SAB).
Welcome to the new APHA science blog. This is the first post on what I hope will become the first port of call for anybody interested in what the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) is doing in terms of science.