Category: Editorial

New Species of Fossile Bird named after Veterinary Scientist Fritz Huchzermeyer

In a paper published online on October 29th in the Chinese Science Bulletin, a research team from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences described a new bird species from the Sihedang locality in northeastern China. This locality has yielded a large number of birds, all of a […]

Obituary Dr. Fritz Huchzermeyer

Dr. Fritz Huchzermeyer (12 January 1930 – 3 March 2014) It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of Dr. Fritz Huchzermeyer, Pretoria, South Africa – a prominent veterinary scientist, a creative mind and a good friend; you will remember: he was the author of our last Editorial, the linguistic analysis of the […]

On the origin of the name nandu used for the greater rhea (Rhea americana) in several European languages

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Several European languages (e.g. German, French, Italian) use the word “nandu” for the greater rhea (Rhea americana), the South American cousin of the African ostrich. Download PDF Author: F.W. Huchzermeyer

Obituary Dr. Frank J. Fenner

Download PDF Author: Marian C. Horzinek

Rescue of Indian vultures – role of meloxicam?

Download PDF Author: Chris Bowden

An approach to pain assessment in the laboratory setting

Download PDF Author: Anjop Venker-van Haagen

European veterinary specialists denounce alternative medicine

Download PDF Author: Marian C. Horzinek

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Veterinary Sciences Tomorrow celebrates its 5th birthday! Download PDF Author: Marian C. Horzinek

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Whose article is it anyway? Download PDF Author: Ronald Plasterk

Whatever happened to acid rain?

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Download PDF Author: Huub Schellekens

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Writing a textbook equals balancing on a copyright tightrope, or does it? Download PDF Author: Anjop Venker-van Haagen

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Ask somebody to assess the importance of a certain risk, and you may be in for a surprise! Download PDF Author: Sophie A.M. van den Akker

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Everybody knows what ornamental plants are, and that they are the result of selective breeding Download PDF Author: Marian C. Horzinek

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A thought provoking discussion about the different styles and cultures of veterinary research leadership and teaching Download PDF Author: Marian C. Horzinek

Immunocastration of horses: A tool for behavioural modification?

Legislative bodies will need to rule whether treatment is legal for a supposed food-producing animal and whether it contravenes the spirit, if not the letter, of doping regulations. Download PDF Author: Tom A.E. Stout

Continuous publication from now on…

Starting next year, we will implement a ‘first come, first served’ principle of publishing your material. Download PDF Author: Marian C. Horzinek

Electronic publishing is here to stay

Download PDF Author: Marian C. Horzinek

The Future of Feline Science

The diagnostic-therapeutic process is an attempt at anticipating the future. Download PDF Author: Stefano Romagnoli

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The perceived and actual risk of infectious disease, whether zoonotic or not, has occupied centre stage during the last few years, from BSE to Classical Swine Fever to the current outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease. Download PDF Author: Marian C. Horzinek

Veterinarians, academia and industry: shaping the future of veterinary sciences

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Financing research in universities – where does the money come from? Download PDF Author: Walter H. Günzburg

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Reaction to an article published in the Education section of Issue 1, entitled ‘Graduate School education for veterinary and related scientists’. Download PDF Author:

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“Veterinary Sciences Tomorrow (VST) is a refereed electronic ‘current awareness’ journal aimed at building a global community of animal Download PDF Author: Marian C. Horzinek

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