It shouldn't happen

June 23, 1995

Veterinary schools have failed in all but one case to win money earmarked by the Wellcome Trust to develop centres of research excellence in veterinary medicine. The failure illustrates a weakness of "serious national concern", the trust has said. The trust set up a "major initiative" in October 1993, to help vet schools bring together basic scientists and clinicians to work in clinical medicine. But although all six schools applied, only Edinburgh succeeded.

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