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Research

Here is a list of web pages, including news and events, that are related to research at SLU.


There are 830 pages tagged with Research:

Green Valleys 2.0: Future Sustainable Fish Feed Made from Grass Protein

This project is a continuation of the previous project, Green Valleys 1.0 (2018-2022), aiming to promote circular production of green protein (from green biorefinery) to create new business

Green Valleys 2.0 Biorefining of forage and usefulness of fiber press cake for horses

Can residual products from green protein be used as feed to horses? The project is a continuation of Green Valleys, which ran between 2018 and 2022. The overall goal is to promote a cycle-based

World wildlife day

On 3 March every year, the World Wildlife Day is marked to celebrate wild animals and plants. This year, we at SLU Global spotlight a collaborative research and capacity building programme between

Integrated Monitoring in natural ecosystems (IM)

Integrated Monitoring in natural ecosystems (IM) is funded by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency. Parts of the monitoring at Aneboda is funded by SITES. The Swedish Geological Survey and IVL

Contact

If you have any questions about CGD or would like to engage somehow, please feel free to contact the committee. Send an e-mail to cgd@slu.se or contact the head of CGD directly. Head of CGD Jonas

Restoration aimed at the White-backed woodpecker does not reach the target

Restoration of deciduous forests have the last two decades in Sweden, been focused on benefitting the critically endangered White-backed woodpecker and other associated species. A recent study shows

Dairy farmers and milking robots

SLU RådNu's researcher Christina Lundström participates in the project, which runs from 2021 to 2022 and is funded by the SLO Fund The study aims to evaluate dairy farmers' experiences of the digital

Risk assessment system for soil compaction

The project's full title is Implementation of risk assessment systems for soil compaction - users' evaluation of potentials and obstacles. From SLU RådNu, researchers Jenny Höckert and Christina

Dairy farmers and milking robots

SLU RådNu's researcher Christina Lundström participates in the project, which runs from 2021 to 2022 and is funded by the SLO Fund The study aims to evaluate dairy farmers' experiences of the digital

Sverige nyckelaktör i europeiskt vinprojekt

Climate change, disease and price increases in plant protection are some of the challenges wine producers will face in the future. Researchers now want to equip growers for a warmer and drier climate

Doctoral Education

We have a large selection of postgraduate courses within the field of Chemical Ecology, Chemical Analyses, Integrated Pest Management and Resistance Biology. Read more about our postgraduate courses

Newsletter

Sign up to our email-list and newsletter if you want to stay in contact with other researchers in plant protection at SLU and get information on plant protection activities at SLU. The newsletter

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