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New research network in Bioeconomy established at SLU in Umeå

The network ForBioeconomy will offer international activities for researchers, policy-makers and forest stakeholders. This in order to gather an disseminate knowledge on the forest role in bioeconomy

New research network in Bioeconomy established at SLU in Umeå

The network ForBioeconomy will offer international activities for researchers, policy-makers and forest stakeholders. This in order to gather an disseminate knowledge on the forest role in bioeconomy

Call for abstracts open! Agri4D 2019

Agricultural Research for Development Conference 2019 - Zero Hunger By 2030: Our Shared Challenge! Drivers of change and sustainable food systems The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)

New positive data - Mussel farming in the Baltic Sea as an environmental measure

New results show that mussel farms in the Baltic Sea can make a significant contribution to reducing eutrophication while supporting the circular economy and circular food production. Earlier

New positive data - Mussel farming in the Baltic Sea as an environmental measure

New results show that mussel farms in the Baltic Sea can make a significant contribution to reducing eutrophication while supporting the circular economy and circular food production. Earlier

Mixenable möte

Partners of the MixEnable project met for the first annual meeting in Darmstadt, Germany April 10-12. They discussed the progress made during the first year of the project, exchanging knowledge on

Mixenable möte

Partners of the MixEnable project met for the first annual meeting in Darmstadt, Germany April 10-12. They discussed the progress made during the first year of the project, exchanging knowledge on

Dennis Eriksson

Dennis Eriksson

A great challenge of this century is to provide adequate nutrition for an increasing global population while developing a more socially, economically and environmentally sustainable agriculture that

Swedish nurseries will be protected more effectively from pests

Nurseries are extra sensitive to pests. In a warmer climate, fungal pathogens will become more common. Therefore, environmentally friendly and sustainable strategies will be developed to combat

Swedish nurseries will be protected more effectively from pests

Nurseries are extra sensitive to pests. In a warmer climate, fungal pathogens will become more common. Therefore, environmentally friendly and sustainable strategies will be developed to combat

Dennis Eriksson

Dennis Eriksson

A great challenge of this century is to provide adequate nutrition for an increasing global population while developing a more socially, economically and environmentally sustainable agriculture that

New professors’ lectures in Alnarp

Thirteen new professors are to be installed at SLU this year. On Friday 10 May five of them will hold their inauguration lectures at SLU’s Alnarp Campus. The lectures cover topics such as how