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Future Food

SLU Future Food focuses on Swedish food production and food in a wide sense, both animal and vegetable products. Several aspects are covered, from soil use and primary production to processing, consumption and residual products.


There are 246 pages tagged with SLU Future Food:

One Health Day 2024

Save the date! One Health Day 2024 futureonehealth@slu.se On 15 October, SLU Future One Health will host a One Health Day event. Are you interested in interdisciplinary research and working methods

Diverse crop rotations can give greater cereal yields in a changing climate

The importance of a good crop rotation is known, but analyses of 32 decade-long cropping experiments across Europe and North America have clarified the benefits. One conclusion is that diversifying

Food & Cities funding 2024

Two projects conducting cross-disciplinary research activities have been granted funding as part of the Food&Cities seed funding call in 2024. The projects each explore different aspects of the

Climate Conversations across disciplines

Researchers’ roles, activism, and transformative science are some of the topics discussed in the Climate Conversations at SLU - a webinar series for SLU staff to increase the scientific dialogue

GIP-frukost

Meet SLU Future Food at Green Innovation Park in Alnarp futurefood@slu.se Crisis to Cuisine: Navigating Uncertain Times Through Food Security. Green Innovation Park invites you to a breakfast

ASIAN-PACIFIC AQUACULTURE 2024

ASIAN-PACIFIC AQUACULTURE 2024 aquaculture@slu.se Asian Pacific Aquaculture 2024 will be the next chance for the international aquaculture community to visit Indonesia and see the rapidly expanding

SLU YI: Uppsala round table

The first of three round table discussions has taken place and the 22 high school students who participated on site at Ultuna campus (Uppsala) really impressed. During the discussions, the students

A new bacterial consortium can combat economically important wheat disease

A new promising mix of bacteria is identified for managing Fusarium head blight, a disease that cause economical losses worldwide. This biological control method could be a step towards using less

Aquaculture opportunities and challenges

Say 'agriculture' and everyone gets an idea of what you're talking about. But say 'aquaculture' and the associations might not be as clear. Aquaculture has great potential to grow, as more than

Intensive agriculture results in less reliable weed control from seed eaters

To increase crop productivity, agriculture relies on intensive use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers. In a new study, researchers show that with intensive agriculture, there is a risk of losing

Marie Stenseke visiting professor

Marie Stenseke is passionate about interdisciplinary research, and through her long career, she has gathered a lot of experience about interdisciplinary working methods. For three years, as visiting

The genetic scissors - not a magic wand but competitive tools in plant breeding

If the genetic scissors Crispr/Cas9 get green light in the EU, more researchers and plant breeders will be able to develop so-called gene edited varieties of crops, which in various ways could

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