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.
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2016.06.22 | DCA
The pathogen causing potato blight is highly variable and evolves quickly, making it a serious challenge to control. Aarhus University is participating in a new international project that will tackle the problem by analysing potato blight’s genotypic and phenotypic variations and evolution, while designing better decision support systems.
2016.06.20 | DCA
Arhus University is involved in a new European project that aims to develop alternatives to pesticides for the control of pollen beetles in oilseed rape, thus paving the way for a drastically reduced use of insecticides.
2016.05.30 | Anis
Erysipelas is a severe infectious disease caused by the bacterium Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae. The disease is well-known, but basic knowledge particularly on the infection in chickens, is lacking. A new project (EryPoP) will provide novel information that will enable scientifically based guidelines to prevent future erysipelas outbreaks.
- Sun 26 Jun
- 09:00-18:00 | Aarhus, Denmark
International Conference of Agricultural engineering
The conference will cover all the general topics included in the CIGR, EurAgEng and NJF societies.
- Wed 14 Sep
- 12:00-18:00 | Aarhus University Foulum, Blichers Allé 20, DK-8830 Tjele
Kick off and networking in the field of biobased production
To present funded research projects and create synergy with ongoing research, FACCE SURPLUS will host a kick off and networking event in Denmark in September 2016.