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The biogas research plant at AU Foulum has been authorised to also run an organic biogas production line. Photo: AU

2013.04.03 | Bioenergy

Biogas plant at AU acquires organic authorisation

The biogas research plant at AU Foulum is the first plant in Denmark to have gained authorisation periodically to run organic biogas productions. This opens up new possibilities, particularly for organic farmers.

Scientists from Aarhus University have come a step closer to improving the utilisiaton of plant phosphorus. The advances will benefit the environment. Photo: Janne Hansen

2013.04.05 | Research

Phosphorus in wheat can be made more readily available

Scientists from Aarhus University have discovered why some species of cereal have higher phytase activity than others and have patented a method for increasing phytase activity in cereal.

A genomic selection project aiming to achieve annual breeding improvements in pigs of 50 percent involves scientists from Aarhus University. Photo: AU

2013.03.21 | Research

Slaughter pigs to be improved by genomic selection

Genomic selection has been successfully implemented in the breeding programme for sows. Now it is turn for slaughter pigs to undergo breeding improvements.