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News

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2021.01.15 | Education news

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.

2020.12.18 | Education news

PODCAST ABOUT MOLECULAR NUTRITION AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY

Foodpod Denmark has just released the podcast "Episode 9: Nerdy about nutrition". In this episode of Foodpod, we meet three people with a passion for separating facts from fiction and developing new knowledge that can lead to better food products in the future. They all have three things in common - an interest in healthy and…

2020.12.14 | Publication

FOOD professor Derek V. Byrne editor on new book

Derek V. Byrne, professor at Department of Food Science, is editor of a Book just published from the Special Issue "Consumer Preference and Acceptance of Food Products" in the Journal Foods.  Read more on MDPI.

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2020.11.13 | Research

Grant of DKK 2.8 mill. for new project on plant-based diets

Assistant Professor Martin Krøyer Rasmussen from the Department of Food Science receives DKK 2.8 mill. from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for a project that will investigate micro-RNAs in plant-based diets. It is an area that is not very well understood, but which can have a very big impact on our health.

Events

Thu 08 Apr
08:00-16:00 |
Introduction to metabolomics
ECTS credits: 2.
Mon 12 Apr
08:00-16:00 |
Introduction to multivariate data analysis - chemometrics
ECTS credits: 3
Wed 14 Apr
12:30-16:30 |
Virtual Meeting: Resilient Northern Crops Network (NordCrop)
The network funded by NKJ will investigate how we can exploit new genomic and phenotyping technologies to identify more robust genotypes in key Nordic field crops (wheat, oat, potato and fodder grasses).