Internationalise education for urban futures!
The International Forum on Urbanism (IFoU) took place in Bordeaux from 29 June to 1 July 2022. Lisa Diedrich, Programme Director at SLU Urban Futures, participated and here she shares her key
Can the red algae Asparagopsis taxiformis reduce methane production in dairy cows?
In this project, the effect of red algae on methane production and on the feed digestibility for Swedish dairy cows is tested. The environmental impact of dairy cows is largely due to methane
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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.
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Is it possible to keep dairy cows and their calves together in automatic milking systems? What are the effects on milk yield, calf growth, health and fertility? In this research project, we study how
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Field selection and behaviour of greylag goose-implications for crop damage prevention email@example.com Malin Teräväinen holds her licentiat seminar about "Field selection and behaviour
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Seema Arora-Jonsson is a professor of rural development in Sweden and Europe since 1 April 2018 . Her inauguration lecture has the title: "Challenges for sustainable development: rural Europe in a
The mission is to promote and enhance research and training activities on contagious diseases and antimicrobial resistance of global importance in food producing animals. Contagious animal diseases
There are several ongoing research projects in infection biology, infectious disease epidemiology and antimicrobial resistance at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences and a
Technodiversity: Harmonising European education in forest engineering by implementing an e-learning platform to support adaptation and evaluation of forest operations
Erasmus+ programme Action Type KA220-HED – Cooperation partnerships in higher education Summary Forest operations have the tendency to replace traditional specialization with standard protocols, with
Increased resource efficiency through innovative new raw material handling in the production of fuel pellets The overall goal of the project is to generate new knowledge and support for: Separation