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Advanced food technology in product development - 12 December in Aarhus
Aarhus University and Food & Bio Cluster Denmark invite to a seminar about advanced microbial food biotechnology. This seminar aims to provide inspiration and to initiate collaborations for projects that use microorganisms for developing sustainable food, ingredients, and materials for food storage.
The new collaborative platform, Plant2Food, will speed up the development of plant-based foods. On Plant2Food, researchers and companies will work together to explore complex issues within plant and food science and share new knowledge across sectors – without patenting the results. The Novo Nordisk Foundation will support the platform with up to DKK 200 million over the next five years.
Researchers from Aarhus University provide a thorough insight into how the interaction between plant chemistry and microbiomes is affected during an attack by a fungal pathogen. This knowledge improves the possibilities of exploiting plant chemistry and microbiomes in crop protection
Join this seminar and hear about advanced food technology in product development!
On 15 December, the inaugural lecture of our professor Mogens H. Greve at the Department of Agroecology - Aarhus University in Foulum (AU Viborg).
Experts from all over the world will attend the summit to discuss, share and learn more about how health, nutrition and management can improve the…
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