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Researchers are investigating if different light spectra can affect the taste of herbs. Photo: Carl-Otto Ottosen

2018.08.15 | DCA

Can certain light spectra give herbs more taste?

Researchers from Aarhus University are investigating if different types of new, advanced LED lamps in greenhouses can improve the taste of herbs. 

2018.08.14 | DCA

New receptor involved in symbiosis between legumes and nitrogen-fixing rhizobia identified

Legumes are able to grow in nitrogen-poor soils due to their ability to engage in symbiosis with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. There is a great interest in using the knowledge about this symbiosis, to enable transfer to other non-symbiotic plants. An international research team has come a step further to understanding this complex biological process.

Seaweed can be an alternative source of protein in addition to contributing to removing and recycling nitrogen and phosphorus from the marine environment. Photo: Janne Hansen

2018.08.10 | DCA

Denmark can grow all its own animal feed protein

Instead of importing large quantities of protein feedstuffs from other countries for food and feed, Denmark can produce enough of its own protein to cover its needs for animal feed and to supplement food requirements.

Thu 30 Aug
10:00-11:45 | Room 2628-M211, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
PhD defense: The moderating role of consumer price orientation on the intention to purchase suboptimal food products
George Tsalis from the MAPP Centre will defend his PhD thesis on Thursday August 30.
Fri 31 Aug
10:00-13:45 | Room 2628-M211, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
PhD defense: Determinants of willingness to purchase salt reduced processed food products: Evidence from a web survey on dietary salt reduction
Trine Mørk from the MAPP Centre will defend her PhD thesis on Friday August 31.
Fri 07 Sep
09:00-18:00 | Tangkrogen, Aarhus
FOOD festival 2018
7-9 September 2018, Tangkrogen Aarhus