Food science includes product quality, vegetables, milk, meat and fish.
BVF - Ökad kunskap om etiologin bakom digital dermatit
Digital dermatitis is a leading cause of lameness in dairy cattle, it is an animal welfare problem and leads to economic losses for the farmers. The etiology of the disease is still under debate.
Dairy Research Barn
At Röbäcksdalen about 2 km from Umea city center there is a national center for ruminant research. The research barn offers an excellent environment for evaluation and feeding of forages for
Food and Landscape
Campus Alnarp Campus Alnarp is located in a large park surrounded by agricultural fields close to the sea between Malmö and Lund in southern Sweden. There is so much for students to explore here.
Sustainable systems for food, energy and biomaterials
firstname.lastname@example.org medium Sustainable systems for food, energy and biomaterials (SSFEB) Our research school aims to offer broad knowledge and insight in the technical, environmental, economic and
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Our activities include seminars, workshops and field trips that aim to enrich our students knowledge and promote networking with other researchers, society and industry. Go back to the SSFEB main
Externally employed doctoral students (LivsID)
LivsID is an industry PhD-program, dedicated to research and education within food-related topics. The program involves nine companies and seven departments at SLU.
The research school Sustainable systems for food, energy and biomaterials (SSFEB) is an umbrella organization, open to all postgraduate students who are active within the field of sustainable biomass
Within our PhD-courses we offer participating students broad knowledge and insight in the field of sustainable systems of food, energy and biomaterials systems. The courses typically include
The role of animal livestock in a circular food production system
A sustainable diet requires changes in our production system. What should we eat? Some diets are better from a health perspective than from a circularity perspective and vice versa. Recent research
Slight amounts of fungal protein can help stubborn meat eaters reduce their climate footprint
If twenty percent of all the beef we eat is replaced by alternative protein sources, the environmental impact of meat consumption would decrease substantially. This according to new research from the