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A new Horizon Europe project called Wet Horizons wants to promote feasible and more ambitious legislation towards protecting and restoring European wetlands to increase the benefits to both climate change and biodiversity.
Researchers from QGG and fellow project researchers have generated a cattle genotype–tissue expression atlas (CattleGTEx) based on the analysis of 7,180 public RNA-sequencing samples. The study was selected for the cover of the September issue of Nature Genetics.
Good transport connections to Viborg, good food all day and a strong social environment around the study programme. A wealth of good ideas were up for discussion when around 40 upper secondary school students visited AU Viborg last week to give their input on how Aarhus University can create an attractive campus for future students.
Making the way for high productivity and low environmental impact in the future bioeconomy.
Concepts and solutions in relation to future milk production are being debated, including production of milk components in cells. At the drop-in…
This is not a traditional conference. We want to invite researchers from different backgrounds and disciplines to come together and brainstorm the…
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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