NMBU has launched a campaign in support of the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). The goal is to collect 150,000 NOK over the course of two months. Please help us in showing our support to refugees!
Dark spots on the muscle filets of farmed salmon have posed a significant problem for many years. New research has revealed that a virus associated with heart and skeletal muscle inflammation is the cause of the spots.
China's boycott of Norwegian salmon has affected Chinese consumers more than Norwegian salmon exporters.
A delegation from Niger headed by the country's Prime Minister, H.E. Brigi Rafini, visit NMBU in connection with the planned Noragric project ‘Food Security and Climate Change in Niger’
Associate professor Douglas Sheil was June the 3rd given the Queen’s Award for Forestry for his extensive scientific work on forest management and conservation.
Bird species living in Oslo does not have bigger brains than species that prefer the countryside.
Surprisingly, the difference between poor and rich is not that great when it comes to happiness.
Human nutrition is in a paradigm shift, where dietary recommendations based on hypotheses which proved to be wrong, is to be changed. It's all about the conversion of carbohydrates into fat.
The management at NMBU has an overview of students and staff at NMBU that are in the area, and have now made contact with everyone.
The European University Association invites and encourages all European universities to observe one minute’s silence on Monday 27 April 2015 (12:00 CET).
FôrTek saw a need to improve the production of animal feed and developed a completely new machine. The result will soon be exhibited at the world's largest animal feed fair.
Imagine that you easily and elegantly obtained the DNA from your surroundings that enabled you to grow wings. This is possible. Not for we humans, but for Streptococcus pneumoniae.
"An attack on a university is an attack on all of us," NMBU's Rector said after a commemoration for the victims of last week’s deadly terrorist attack on a university in Kenya.
Phosphorus is an essential nutrient in all plant production, but phosphorus reserves are now being depleted at an ever quicker rate. This is a threat to food safety.
NMBU-coordinated research on police reform in post-conflict areas such as Afghanistan receives Horizon 2020 funding from the EU.
Did you know that jam and biscuit making can lead to a PhD?
The Norwegian PlantBio 2014 Conference takes place on 3 - 4 November 2014, at Quality Airport Hotel Gardermoen, Norway
Antibiotic resistance is one of our time's gravest threats. New research on cell division offers hope of developing a new generation of antibiotics that can meet the challenge.
NMBU sees the introduction of a student fee for students outside of the EU as proposed in the National Budget, as an unfortunate development.
A miniseminar on food, nutrition and healthy agening.
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.
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.
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