New welfare-friendly production systems will be assessed in order to improve animal health and welfare in commercial rabbit farms, by addressing the optimal quality and safety of rabbit meat through a reduced need for antibiotics.
Development of artificial vision programme for the evaluation of quantitative and qualitative characteristics of swine semen. The application will be applied and tested with new extenders of long duration.
This project is aimed at the formulation of different essential oils extracted from local medicinal plants for use in household hygienic products. The acaricidal activity of the pure extracts and the processed products will be tested.
The main objective of the speargun project is to develop a new speargun for underwater hunters, with git-gas injection technology and composite materials. The result will be an innovative speargun.
The development of new handling methods for agricultural production to prolong the postharvest life of the fruit. The application of new technologies will be crucial in order to achieve the highest quality fruit.
The main objective of the project is to design and develop biosecurity programmes in order to minimise the risk of diseases in dairy cattle and pig facilities.
This project is focused on the development and optimisation of a rice seed production process using new tools and techniques. It will carry out the study of the new rice cultivars for their adaptation in other countries.
This project is based on the cultivation of cherry and walnut trees to obtain hardwood, and the development of a new system to control the tree growth and wood production.
The project is focused on developing a new insemination system, by using a new insemination catheter made with a semi-rigid plastic and double deposition system, for transcervial insemination.
The aim of the project is to develop the selection of an iberian and a duroc breed for improving the final cross product and the pure nucleus profitability. To reach this objective, new genetic models, using quantitative genetic and marker technology, must be adapted at the selection level.