New and innovative thinking is needed to link short-term emergency humanitarian responses to longer-term sustainable adaptation to climate change.
NMBU-student Lauren Guido has been selected to be on a student innovation team researching how Orkla can become become more attractive for the new generation of consumers through sustainability.
Khaled Khalil was educated as a food scientist in Syria. He now works in a traineeship in the dairy at NMBU.
The new research centre for environmentally-friendly energy (forskningssenteret for miljøvennlig energi, FME) has been named the Norwegian Centre for Sustainable Bio-based Fuels and Energy.
The narrative of Africa rising was too rosy and based on inaccurate data, NMBU-Professor Morten Jerven tells The New York Times.
Many companion dogs are bred for a life with genetic defects and illnesses due to breed standards not compatible with a functional exterior.
Processing technology is essential to develop novel feeds. Kiira Vuoristo has been responsible for developing NMBU’s new fermentation platform. “The platform is ready to be implemented and we can soon start our first trial”, she says.
Stig Jarle Hansen talks to NRK about last night's attacks at Lido Beach in Mogadishu in which at least 17 were killed. Hansen was at Lido Beach just 3 days ago.
New model for animal experiments could be crucial to our understanding of human health.
More than half the users of health and diet apps believe the app really works.
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