Ceva’s vaccine against pandemic swine Flu, RESPIPORC Flupan H1N1, given extra claim for sows >
The extension of the claim to sows and gilts offers producers a significant economic benefit to further vaccination against flu strains.
Ceva partners with Liryc, the global leading institute in heart rhythm disorders >
The objective: to promote One Health platform of excellence dedicated to cardiology, stimulating research and medical innovation at the interface between humans and companion animals.
Ceva invests in its European vaccine production capacity to create the EU’s largest cryogenic storage facility in Monor >
The new site is situated in Monor, 40kms from the centre of Budapest.
Ceva’s QTest validated as an effective and practical way to diagnose Q fever in dairy herds worldwide >
This tool offers a breakthrough innovation to farmers and veterinarians, by making the diagnosis easier.
Ceva supports the "Mapping of social working dog teams in Sweden" study presented at the Uppsala Summit >
Animal assisted interventions and their health economic impact study supported by Ceva Santé Animale presented to Uppsala International Health Summit
Ceva appoints Géraldine Kutas to position of Director of Corporate Affairs and Communication >
Ceva strengthens its Corporate Affairs, Communication and CSR team with appointment of Géraldine Kutas.
Ceva receives positive opinion from the EMA for Circovac® + Hyogen® Ready to Mix: DUO™ swine vaccines >
DUO™, the combination of products gives protection against PCV2 and Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae until 26 weeks of age.
PREVENT project to boost prospects for 150,000 backyard poultry producers in Africa >
With Africa’s population set to double, new technologies, including improved poultry vaccination, will be necessary to provide enough affordable, quality protein.
Research and innovation in animal health: a strengthened partnership between INRAE and Ceva Santé Animale >
A shared commitment to the "One Health" global health concept
Dogs trained for Covid-19 detection in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France >
"One Health", when public and private actors of human and veterinary health commit together.