Dr Megan Davey finds emu eggs may hold clues to causes of birth defects

Press/Media: Research

Period31 Aug 2014 → 4 Oct 2014

Media coverage

4

Media coverage

  • TitleEggs may hold defects key
    Media name/outletEdinburgh Evening News
    Date4/10/14
    PersonsMegan Davey
  • TitleEmu eggs may hold clue to birth defects
    Media name/outletThe Times
    Date2/10/14
    PersonsMegan Davey
  • TitleEmu eggs may crack open defects mystery
    Media name/outletMetro
    Date2/10/14
    PersonsMegan Davey
  • TitleDr Megan Davey looks for genetic answers in emus
    Media name/outletABC News
    Media typeRadio
    CountryAustralia
    Date31/08/14
    DescriptionGeneticist Dr Megan Davey has been studying incubated eggs at Phillip Henley's emu farm in central west NSW, studying genetics that could provide the answer to diseases and disorders in humans and other animals.
    PersonsMegan Davey

Keywords

  • emu
  • development