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Joshua Davies and Dr Robert Hobbs presented a project overview and latest findings for the collaborative projects with Phytorigins. The presentation titled “The development of a biosensor for the detection of equine hindgut acidosis” was delivered at a workshop hosted by EquiBiome on behalf of their parent company Phytorigins. The collaborative work between the ARCH research group and Phytorigins is funded by both KESS2 and CALIN. Rob and Josh also took questions following the talk giving the attendees a further insight into the work and the support available through CALIN.


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