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2016
01 FEB

Learn how One Health promotes a healthier world

Students from around the world will gather in Denmark this summer to learn how the One Health concept can be used to solve problems of relevance to the health and wellbeing...

Bacteria and microorganisms Food, fish and agriculture Food safety Livestock diseases
2015
22 DEC

1st International Workshop on Advanced Maldi Methods

We are pleased to invite you to the 1st International Workshop on Advanced MALDI Methods in Copenhagen, Denmark, 9 th March 2016. The workshop is hosted by DTU Vet, the...

Health and diseases Bacteria and microorganisms
17 DEC

Quantitative Biology and Disease Modelling—new study programme at DTU

Come spring, prospective university students will be able to choose a brand new BSc programme at DTU. Entitled Quantitative Biology and Disease Modelling , the new programme...

Mathematics Food, fish and agriculture Biotechnology and biochemistry
24 NOV

DTU Vet invites to the Annual Meeting 2016 for the Society for Veterinary Epidemiology...

The Annual Meeting will be held from the 16-18 March 2016 in Elsinore, Denmark. DTU Vet is organising the Meeting together with the University of Copenhagen and The Danish...

Food safety Livestock diseases Production animals Food quality Food production
10 NOV

10 million kr. to ground-breaking sclerosis research at DTU Vet

With the Lundbeck Foundation Fellowship in hand, associate professor Sine Reker Hadrup, from the DTU Vet, will over the next five years identify why the immune system attacks...

Cells Health and diseases
06 NOV

24 experts in fish diseases from 20 countries attended the training courses at...

The National Veterinary Institute in Denmark (DTU Vet) is head of The European Union Reference Laboratory for Fish Diseases (EURL-Fish). In October we held the yearly training...

02 NOV

DTU Vet is part of a new center for Big Data

There is yet untapped potential in the food sector by combining data in the entire value chain from farm to fork. These are the findings of a new report prepared by DTU...

01 SEP

Danish researchers develop new tools to help improve udder health

The National Veterinary Institute at the Technical University of Denmark is leading a project together with FOSS Analytical A/S and SEGES (formerly, the Danish Cattle Federation...

Food production Food safety Food technology Livestock diseases Production animals
03 JUN

150 scientists from around the world gather in Copenhagen to exchange knowledge...

The first international conference on the deadly intestinal infection in poultry, necrotic enteritis, is held in Copenhagen June 10-12. The conference is organised by DTU...

Food production Food technology Livestock diseases Production animals
2014
19 NOV

DTU Vet heads efforts against MRSA

The Danish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries has granted 35 million dkr. to a project aimed at increasing our knowledge regarding the spread of resistant bacteria...

Bacteria and microorganisms Food safety Health and diseases
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20 OCTOBER 2017