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Policy Support

Aarhus University has signed an agreement with the Ministry of the Environment and Food on the provision of policy support to the authorities in 13 research areas. Within each of these areas, the university is obliged to carry out research at a high international standard.

Contact

Susanne Elmholt
Senior Researcher
Phone: +45 8715 7685
Email: susanne.elmholt@dca.au.dk

Klaus Horsted
Special Consultant
Phone: +45 8715 7975
Email: klaus.horsted@dca.au.dk

News

Integrated pest management can spread if the parties involved network more with each other. Photo: Colourbox

2016.09.22 | Agro

Networking is the way to go

Sharing results and practical experience across borders is imperative for spreading integrated pest management in agriculture. Scientists from Aarhus University and other European scientists recommend three ways to improve networking.

A guided tour of AU’s different technology platforms for 170 visitors. A small group is shown here visiting the HTL facility, where Associate Professor Ib Johannsen explains ways of producing bio-oil from grass. Photo: Margrethe Balling Høstgaard

2016.09.22 | DCA

European visitors expressed great enthusiasm for AU Foulum

Two hundred researchers and representatives from European companies got together for two days at Aarhus University (AU) in Foulum to establish the basis for collaboration in biorefining.

Campanula is being used in a research project aimed at developing potted plants that are equipped with selected genes using precision breeding techniques. Stock photo

2016.09.22 | DCA

Sustainability lies in the genes

Potted plants can be produced much more sustainably by using new precision breeding - instead of chemicals and GMO. The technique can also be applied to other crops.

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