New research shows that insects grown on low quality organic material can be converted into high quality feed ingredients. This knowledge can help to facilitate the circular bioeconomy while feeding the increasing global population.
He receives the award for his substantial and versatile efforts for animal welfare and sustainable agriculture spanning 50 years.
This summer, several drones hovered over an experimental field at the Centre for Plant Research in Controlled Climate at NMBU to gather information about the growth and health of wheat plants.
Faculty of Biosciences contributes to the shape of future food production through basic as well as applied research on the production and use of plants, livestock and fish.
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