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Professor and Director Jochen Förster, Carlsberg Research Laboratory, hopes that the new technology will enable him to develop novel types of brewer’s yeast and new beers. Photo: Carlsberg

2017.11.07 |

Big investment in beer research based on sensors and artificial intelligence

Scientists at iNANO, Aarhus University, are collaborating with Carlsberg, Microsoft and DTU on a research study with the purpose of measuring and sensing flavours and aromas in beer. The project aims at establishing a sensor platform that reduces time and cost to develop new beers with diverse flavours based on the most advanced services and…

2017.11.06 |

Danish Agriculture and Food campaign poisons relationship between researchers and farmers

The interest organisation Danish Agriculture and Food has led a negative campaign aimed at Aarhus University researchers. This is spoiling the otherwise historically good relationship between researchers and farmers in Denmark. In an article featured in the online Danish newspaper Altinget, Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen, Head of Department…

The Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark has awarded a contract to Aarhus University and the Natural History Museum in Aarhus to carry out systematic monitoring of wolves in Denmark. (Photo: Colourbox)

2017.11.03 |

Aarhus researchers will monitor wolves in Denmark – and are asking the public for help

The Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark has just awarded a contract to Aarhus University and the Natural History Museum in Aarhus to carry out systematic monitoring of wolves in Denmark. The researchers are now inviting the Danes to join in the hunt for wolves.

WattsUp Power in Hvidovre already produces flywheel systems for energy storage. Using better magnets, they will be able to store energy for much longer periods. 
The cubes around the rotor are permanent magnets. Photos: WattsUp Power A/S

2017.11.06 |

Renewable energy to be stored in floating flywheels

Better magnets can help store renewable energy from solar cells and wind turbines in magnetic flywheels. The new technology for energy storage could help remove one of the really big obstacles to further distribution of renewable energy. Innovation Fund Denmark is investing DKK 12 million in the project.

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