Generating a buzz
in the world of animal health

The Veterinary Health Innovation Engine (vHive)
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Pioneering innovation delivery in animal health

We utilise transformational digital and data analytics tools to advance the wellbeing of domestic animals

Research

Problem Solving

Education & Training

Knowledge Brokering

The animal health research centre, startup and incubator

vHive operates out of the University of Surrey
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The Veterinary Health Innovation Engine (vHive) is a research centre, startup and incubator supported by a co-investment of £8.5 million in resources dedicated to the development and adoption of new digital technologies in animal health.

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Latest news from vHive

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Innovation in animal health – what’s leading the pack?

There’s been drastic changes and improvements in the animal health space in the past year. These advances have had far-reaching implications on not only veterinary practices and research but also on the livestock industry and our understanding of animals as a whole. Let’s that a look at some exciting developments in animal health this year: […]

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vHive announces A.L.P.H.A. collaboration with Zoetis funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

vHive is pleased to announce a collaboration with Zoetis to support their A.L.P.H.A. (African Livestock Productivity and Health Advancement) initiative, which is co-funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Zoetis. This initiative seeks to holistically approach the development of a sustainable Animal Health market that will target farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa by mobilizing […]

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Digital Innovation – A Vet Student’s Perspective

As a vet student with a keen interest in all things tech, I was thrilled and intrigued when I heard about plans for a new venture in veterinary technology to be based at the University of Surrey. The Veterinary Health Innovation Engine (vHive), is an exciting new partnership between the university (incorporating specialist input from […]