Morris Animal Foundation to Award $1 Million to Research Australian Wildfires’ Impact on Wildlife, Support Preservation and Restoration Efforts
To help preserve and restore Australian wildlife, the Foundation will allocate $1 million that will fund studies on how the country’s wildfires affect its native animals.
Morris Animal Foundation Announces Calls for Feline and Canine Proposals
The Foundation is now accepting proposals for grants focused on feline health research and canine health research. Grant types awarded by the Foundation include Established Investigator, First Award, Fellowship Training and Pilot Study.
Evidence Suggests Previously Unrecognized Latex Allergies May Play Role in Equine Asthma
Latex exposure could be detrimental to a horse’s respiratory health. That’s the surprising discovery from Morris Animal Foundation-funded research at the Royal Agricultural University and University of Nottingham.
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We've allocated $1 million for scientific research grants to study the effects of Australia's bushfires on its wildlife.