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2016.08.09 | Research news

New research method opens up the possibility of customizing breast milk for premature children in the future

There is a difference between breast milk from women who give birth prematurely and from women who give birth to full-term babies. However, a new research method has demonstrated that this difference evens out after a few weeks.

2016.08.08 | Knowledge exchange

Food expertise from Eastern Jutland marketed internationally

12 municipalities in East Jutland have initiated a marketing campaign to strengthen the food producers’ opportunities to attract more investors, cooperation partners and labour to East Jutland. Aarhus University is a major partner in this campaign as its innovative environment attracts knowledge intensive companies.

2016.07.17 | Research news

Specific messages to teach consumers to eat a varied diet

Variety is important, but do we actually know what it means? Not quite, according to a new study from Aarhus BSS at Aarhus University. The study sends an important message to the Danish Health and Medicines Authority and other authorities and organisations that consumers find it difficult to judge what constitutes a varied diet.

2016.07.04 | Research news

Improved knowledge of shelf life of food

We should avoid food waste but, on the other hand, not risk food poisoning from eating food that is way past its sell-by date. Scientists from Aarhus University have examined how well the Danes know the different types of shelf life labels.

2016.05.13 | Research news

Not all kinds of beef are climate culprits

Beef production emits greenhouse gases and thus contributes to global warming – but not all types of beef production contribute equally to the problem.

2016.05.10 | Events

Meet the new Food Tech stars

Danish Food Cluster, Chr. Hansen and CAPNOVA invite you to meet the new Food Tech Stars on May 19 at Chr. Hansen in Hørsholm.

2016.05.03 | Research news

Make the world a better place one fridge at a time

If you want to make the world a better place you can start by looking into your own fridge and reducing your food waste.

2016.04.21 | Research news

New tool assesses the quality of mechanically separated meat

A joint venture between universities and private enterprises has resulted in the development of a tool that can measure the degradation of the muscle structure in mechanically separated meat (MSM). All MSM is currently sold as a low-value product – although part of it is actually of high quality.

2016.04.13 | Research news

Can we treat cancer through reduced sugar uptake?

New research reveals the mechanism behind a cancer-relevant inhibition of human sugar transporting protein. The hope is that this will guide future drug design targeting sugar uptake mechanisms. This will ultimately lead to progress in a number of important common conditions, such as diabetes and cancer.

2016.04.04 | Research news

Old cabbage and beetroot varieties get a new lease of life

The research project MOVE will be studying how the seeds of old vegetable varieties with interesting properties can be made available to hobby growers and organic farmers.

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