MINA invites students to a 2-3 weeks study trip to China in June 2017. The purpose is to learn about Chinese agriculture, industrial development, economy, politics and culture. This is important; China is developing fast, and our century will be “China’s century”. Norwegian companies and researcher need knowledge about this country.
Are you interested sustainable use of grasslands and greenhouse gas emissions? MINA offers interested students the opportunity to participiate in a two-week summer course in China learning about soil and grassland management. The master's course offers a unique learning environment for scientific and cultural exchange. NB! Limited number of participants.
February 9, 2017, the Norwegian Centre for Sustainable Bio-based Fuel and Energy, Bio4Fuels, kicked off. Within an 8-year time frame, the centre will develop innovative technology to convert biomass and organic residues to sustainable fuels and energy
Conversion of tropical forests to farms is a big driver of wildlife extinctions. But a new study from NMBU and collaborators shows that some farming practices have the potential to simultaneously protect natural habitats and boost farm yields.