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A TV crew from Discovery Channel came from Canada to a meadow in Central Jutland to do an early morning film shoot about a research project in the Department of Engineering. Photo: Janne Hansen

2013.07.26 | Research

Discovery Channel filmed Foulum scientists

A drone with technology that can detect wildlife in the field has attracted attention from the other side of the ocean. A Canadian television crew from Discovery Channel was on location an early morning in Central Jutland with scientists from the Department of Engineering at AU Foulum and the commercial company Sky-Watch in order to film research…

Redcurrants, gooseberries and blackcurrants may be set to become a hit with consumers. Scientists at Aarhus University have developed a new method of producing new luxury berries that consumers can use as snacks or toppings for cakes and food. Photo: Connie Krogh Damgaard

2013.07.30 | Research

Berry nice new berries

Consumers can look forward to seeing healthy berries being sold as snacks in shops in the future. Results from a recently completed research project at Aarhus University shows that redcurrants, gooseberries and blackcurrants are very suitable as healthy, high-quality snack products.