Necropsies are a useful and very important tool to help us to make a diagnostic approach, or even a definitive diagnosis.
Unlike other years, however, where the meeting was face-to-face in London, this time everything has been developed through internet connections, which has required an extra effort of logistical organization.
For almost 25 years, Syva has created the Syva Award, which aims to support fundamental research in animal health and to support young researchers who contribute to the development of knowledge in the fields in line with the activities supported by its R&D department.
In many countries, the 6th of January is celebrated as the Epiphany.
The Covid19 should not prevent us from continuing to share these moments that are essential to our family and social well-being!
For 4 years at Syva, we organize a drawing contest for the children and gran-children of our employees. The aim is to create postcards and reveal a little bit of the magic of Christmas through the eyes of the children.
On 10th December we commemorated “International Animal Rights Day”, the aim of which is to raise awareness of the importance of animal respect and their proper treatment.
The aim of this European Day for the Responsible Use of Antibiotics is to raise awareness of the risks associated with the incorrect use of antimicrobials and encourage responsible consumption of antibiotics, both for human and animal health, to prevent the onset and development of antibiotic resistance.
On 26th and 29th October, we collaborated with SEPOR, the feria livestock, industrial and agri-food fair.
On International Science Day, at Syva we try to bring technology and science closer together, with the aim of highlighting its importance in our daily lives.
Somos patrocinadores del webinar sobre el impacto de la Covid-19 en el sector porcino organizado por ANAVEPOR (Asociación Nacional de Veterinarios de Porcino) los días 11 y 12 noviembre.
In total, we reached 839 people in Spain, Portugal and Latin America, and have been connected live to as much as 52% of the audience.
On 4th October we celebrated Saint Francis of Asisi, patron saint of the veterinary profession. Vets are an essential component not only for animal health but also for human, public and environmental health. At Syva and because of this day, we wish to offer an overall view of the versatility of this profession which is so important for our society today.
Dr Roberto Sánchez Sánchez, from Madrid Complutense University, with his research work “Toxoplasmosis and neosporosis in domestic ruminants: normalization of animal models and evaluation of new drugs” won the 23rd Syva Award for best Doctoral Thesis in Animal Health of €15,000. Congratulations!
Betaline is part of Syva’s commitment to animal health and welfare, vets’ work and the responsible use of antibiotics.
We organized two interesting webinars on Clostridiosis in cow livestock with more than 400 attendees. We achieved our objective of delving deeper into diagnosis based on macroscopic lesions, in addition to laboratory diagnosis.
Laboratorios Syva invites vets to take part in the webinars on 14th and 16th September that we are organising on Clostridiosis in cattle livestock.
Our company, which has traditionally put the health and safety of it workers and colleagues at the forefront of its daily decisions, could not NOT react to the Covid pandemic. Due to the crisis, our health and hygiene rules have had to be strengthened to guarantee the protection of all workers and ensure that our
On 2nd and 4th June, we broadcasted two live webinar days on Ovine Respiratory Complex online.
An interesting article on consumer concerns and perceptions about farm animal welfare.
Syvazul® BTV is the first vaccine registered by Laboratorios Syva through the EU centralised registration procedure.
We decided to suspend our entire commercial network’s visits from 12th March onwards to minimize the risk of spreading the virus.
The 25 April 2020 is a date for celebration common to all vets in the world and a golden opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of #vets in our society.
Because of the Covid-19 health emergency it will not be possible to publish the decision on the scheduled date. The meetings set by the selection board appointed to evaluate the theses presented have been postponed.
We are passionate in the pursuit of our mission. We continue to work to ensure the supply of essential veterinary medicines for animal health and wellbeing
At Laboratorios Syva, we are always committed to women’s talent. For the occasion of International Women’s Day, we took part in the “25 ladies for 25 companies” charity initiative.”
Participants could meet the most relevant people in the pharmaceutical industry and animal nutritional health field over the course of two days – from 200 new companies to leaders of 18 of the 20 most important animal health companies.
A historic maximum attendance at this event was achieved over these 3 days with more than 350 specialist vets in the sector.
The association aims to highlight the importance of pet and livestock animal health and to demonstrate the reliability and value of our solutions for society.
Syva’s administrative services were inaugurated on 22nd November 2019 and its new offices have been inverted. They are now located in the heart of the Technological Park, just opposite the other Syva buildings, aimed for vaccine production and the betalactam antibiotic production unit. A total of 80 employees share more than 400 square metres distributed
As part of our collaboration with the STEM TALENT GIRL programme (SCIENCE FOR HER), on 26th February 2020, we welcomed 37 Spanish 3rd and 4th year secondary education students to Syva who took part. We therefore got to know colleagues from the different departments first hand. The STEM programme seeks to inspire, educate and empower