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2021.06.17 | DCA

Working for the total green transition of society

For nine years, Behzad Partoon has researched CO2 capture technology at Universiti Technologi Petronas in Malaysia. Now he is looking into what we can do with the CO2 once we have captured it. That was actually the main reason why he came to Aarhus University.

Photo: Ida Marie Jensen - AU Foto

2021.06.16 | Research

Researchers from Aarhus University target factors that influence farm injuries

According to a new study conducted by researchers from Aarhus University and Scotland’s Rural College injuries om farms are more likely to occur through interaction with large livestock than any other operations. In fact, the risk of injury on cattle farms is three times higher than on pig farms.

Photo: Claus Bo Andreasen

2021.06.16 | Research

Legume-based cover crops can self-regulate to reduce nitrogen loss

Researchers from the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University have investigated the ability of legume-based cover crop mixtures to reduce nitrate leaching losses from agriculture and found them to be self-regulating in terms of nitrogen input via biological N2 fixation and effects on nitrate leaching.

Sugar kelp is produced at Aarhus University's cultivation plant at Grenå, Denmark. Photo: Teis Boderskov (Aarhus University, Department of Bioscience).

2021.06.18 | DCA

The green transition can also be blue

In a new report, blue biomass is the term for resources from the sea, which we can exploit much more sustainably both on the dinner table and as tool for environmental restoration. Still, the report concludes, green transition towards increased use of blue biomass such as seaweeds and mussels calls for the will and ability to solve challenges if…

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2021.06.09 | Research

Researchers lay the genetic foundation to future ergot management in rye

How does ergot infect rye, and which genes play an important role in resisting the disease? These are questions researchers from Department of Agroecology have explored as part of an industrial post doc collaboration with Nordic Seed. The results will pave the way for better understanding of the complex mechanisms of ergot, which can be utilised…

2021.06.09 | DCA

Conference on sense of taste and sustainability

How can our sense of taste help ensure new and more sustainable food choices? This is the theme of the innovative and interdisciplinary conference "Creative Tastebuds", which will be held in August as a collaboration between Aarhus University, the research and dissemination centre Smag for Livet and the Institute of Meals. Everyone is welcome -…

2021.05.31 | DCA

Webinar on the green transition of Danish agriculture and food production

More than 200 researchers have made suggestions for the green transition of Danish agriculture and food production. On that occasion, Aarhus University, together with SEGES and the other Danish universities, invites you to a webinar on the new Roadmap for climate- and environmentally friendly agriculture and food production.

2021.05.26 | DCA

Grass replaces plastic in take-away food packaging

Soon, packaging for take-away foods might be completely based on local, sustainable materials instead of fossil-based products. In a new research project, a packaging solution based on upcycled grass fibres is being developed.

Photo: Lars Kruuse - AU Foto

2021.05.26 | Agro

Nine recommendations for the implementation of more wetlands in the future

Researchers from Aarhus University, among others, have compared wetland programs in Denmark and Sweden over the past 35 years. It has resulted in nine recommendations for an improved implementation of wetlands.

Juvenile root knot nematodes. Photo: Md Maniruzzaman Sikder

2021.05.26 | Agro

Plants can scare away harmful nematodes

By using some very special substances called benzoxazinoids, plants such as maize can scare certain species of plant parasitic nematodes away from the roots. In other words, plants have their very own defence system, which researchers from, among others, the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University have investigated.

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