A new research breakthrough will help increase food security worldwide by enabling us to develop more robust and better wheat varieties in the years ahead.
NMBU is launching the world’s first research centre for landcape democracy.
Yeast produced using chips from Norwegian spruce trees and bacterial meal grown on natural gas from the North Sea become high quality proteins for farmed fish.
Foot rot is a serious and contagious hoof disease in sheep. New research has revealed that cattle can also be carriers, even though they themselves are not seriously affected by the disease.
The discovery of special enzymes may alter our diets – and the way we look at trees.
NMBU is in charge of a a new European research project to fight food waste by understanding barriers and facilitators for acceptance of visually suboptimal food.
Leading NMBU-researchers have contributed to a new UN report which warns humans are more vulnerable than ever to the effects of climate change.