2015.10.12 | Awards

Aarhus University’s agricultural science research among world elite

The food and agricultural science research carried out at Aarhus University is among the best in the world. It ranks as number nine on the U.S. News Best Global Universities ranking and is thus the best university in Denmark.

2015.10.08 | People

New professor at the Department of Food Science

From 1 October Carl-Otto Ottosen has been appointed professor at the Department of Food Science at Aarhus University.

2015.09.23 | Conference

Collaboration generates success in the food industry

For the fourth time Aarhus University hosted the food conference European Food Venture Forum, where 32 companies from 16 different countries had the opportunity to meet potential investors and collaboration partners.

2015.09.15 | Research news

Exotic seeds used as sustainable bio-factory

The exotic annatto tree produces the naturally orange pigment bixin and other useful compounds. Scientists from Aarhus University are participating in a new project for making the plant a more effective and sustainable pigment bio-factory.

2015.09.09 | Research news

Call for Expressions of Interest

Arla Foods Dairy Health and Nutrition Excellence Center invites expressions of interest for research projects on the basis of the overlying focus areas: Prevent/Remedy Metabolic Syndrome, Prevent/Remedy Malnutrition and Enhance Immune Defense/Response.

2015.08.20 | Public/media

Central Denmark awarded title of European Region of Gastronomy 2017

Central Denmark Region have been appointed as European Region of Gastronomy in 2017, based on a joint application made by Aarhus University and partners.

2015.08.18 | Research news

Healthy role models influence teenagers’ eating habits

Parents are significant role models for their teenaged children in terms of prompting them to eat fruit and vegetables.

2015.08.17 | Research news

Improved fish feed will benefit fish, the environment and the economy

Scientists and the industry have joined forces to improve feed for commercial fish farming in order to improve protein digestibility. This can reduce the impact on the aquatic environment, improve fish growth and save the industry DKK 50 million a year.

2015.08.05 | Research news

The environmental impact of beef

The production of beef affects the climate, environment and biodiversity, but the effects depend on how the meet is produced. There is a large scope for reducing the environmental impact per kg meet produced by increasing the utilisation of the animal into new edible products not conventionally produced.

2015.06.22 | Workshop

An opportunity to influence

Aarhus University hosts an industry workshop on the future plans and possibilities linked to relocation of AU-Food.

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