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Radical innovation. Under this headline, 275 engineering students explained why their ideas have the potential to disrupt an entire industry. They made their pitches last week at the Applied Innovation in Engineering 2022 event in Stakladen at Aarhus University (AU).
A future society powered by sustainable energy sources will need storage technologies and sustainable fuels, as well as chemicals with high energy density for carbon-based industries and infrastructure. Here, Power-to-X technologies play a crucial role.
Researchers from Aarhus University are heading a new, international project to develop a process that enables the production of biofuels based on plant and wood residues for air traffic and heavy transport. The technology can be up and running and producing drop-in biofuels by 2030.
Everyone interested at Aarhus University are invited by the Centre for Circular Bioeconomy to join the CBIO Summit 2022, where it is possible to…
This is a joint event sponsored by USDA (The United States Department of Agriculture), which aims for promotion of the knowledge exchange and…
Creation of biocatalysts at the interface of elements and life: A cross talk between metal and protein