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Mirka Mølgaard Thorsteinsson at Department of Animal Science is awarded DKK 200.000 kr., which she will use for research in Holland, Norway and New Zealand.
A new Danida project headed by Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics (QGG) aims to improve the quantity and quality of Black Soldier Fly products through selective breeding in Kenya and Uganda. The project results are expected to lead to job creation opportunities and climate-friendly bio-waste management in a circular bio economy, and covers several UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Under the partnership name Arla Food for Health (AFH), four key players from both industry and academia are exploring potential health effects of dairy and dairy ingredients. Three new re-search projects have been selected to receive financing for 2022.
Researchers are working on a new digital solution to track changes in the quality of fresh fruit and vegetables in real-time. This solution can reduce food waste by informing companies digitally about quality changes and potential later losses.
Exceptionally promising. This is how an Arctic top researcher describes a probe that three engineer students have developed during a bachelor's project in collaboration with the Department of Mechanics and Production and the Department of Biology at Aarhus University. In autumn 2021, the probe passed the ultimate test under extreme Arctic conditions.