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2021.01.14 | Research

Is rattail fescue the new super weed?

A new grass weed species has in recent years become a bigger and bigger problem in winter cereals and grass seed crops. Knowledge about rattail fescue has so far been very limited, but researchers from the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University in Flakkebjerg have investigated the rattail fescue's biology, phenology, competitive ability,…

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2021.01.14 | Research

Milk producers reacted differently at quota expiration

The milk market has for many years been characterised by regulations and quotas, but in 2015 the EU's milk quotas were lifted. Researchers from Aarhus University, along with researchers from five other European countries, have investigated how the end of the milk quotas has affected milk production in Europe.

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2021.01.13 | Research

New report from the unique Danish Pesticide Leaching Assessement Program (PLAP)

Results from this year's PLAP report show that the majority of the tested pesticides and degradation products in the period 2017-2019 did not leach into the groundwater when used correctly. Of the 32 substances tested, two substances - the pesticide propyzamide and the degradation product 1,2,4-triazole - were found in the groundwater above the…

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2021.01.12 | Food

Why do foods with the red colorant norbixin fade?

The seeds from the exotic annatto tree contain the red colorant norbixin, which can be used to add color to a wide range of foods, including cheddar cheese, but the color tends to fade. Researchers from the Department of Food Science, Aarhus University have now come closer to understanding the mechanisms behind the loss of color. This has been…

Throughout the master's degree programme, focus is on how the students can use their knowledge in practice, both within the food industry and in research. Photo: Colourbox

2021.01.12 | Food

Get ready for the food market of the future at new Danish-Chinese education

The "International Food Quality and Health" Master’s degree programme equips students to develop the food market of the future across China and Denmark. Aarhus University and the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences have created the programme, and together the educational institutions foster a unique cross-cultural learning environment.

2021.01.06 | DCA

Four new engineering departments for Denmark

At the turn of the year, Aarhus University has implemented an organisational change to open four new departments. This is part of work to enhance research and educational activities within engineering science.

In their study, the researchers looked into whether it is possible to reduce the sugar content without compromising on taste. Photo: Colourbox

2020.12.22 | Food

Can we get used to eating less sugar?

We eat far too much sugar, for example in the form of sweetened drinks, yogurt and cake. However, do we even like these foods if they no longer have the same high sugar content? Researchers from Department of Food Science at Aarhus University have looked into this in a comprehensive literature survey.

Charred malt from the Viking Age found at Hundborg in Denmark. Photo: Peter Steen Henriksen - National Museum of Denmark.

2020.12.16 | Research

New method may find Denmark's oldest beer

In a collaboration between researchers at the National Museum of Denmark and the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University in Flakkebjerg, it has been possible to develop a method for detecting malting of grain in charred barley grain from the prehistoric era. This makes it possible to prove whether beer was brewed as far back as in the…

From the left is wheat and from the right is spelt.
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2020.12.16 | Research

New wheat mutant can teach us more about spelt

Researchers from the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University have by chance discovered a mutation that makes wheat speltoid.

2021.01.06 | Anis

Video tour at the new Danish Cattle Research Centre

Welcome to a guided video tour in the new research facilities at the Danish Cattle Research Centre (DKC), Aarhus University.

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