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Alumni

Keep updated on your field of study and expand your network with other agrobiologists from AU

 

What is an alumnus?

As an alum, you’re an important ambassador for the department of Animal Science and Aarhus University. We would therefore like to stay in touch!

With your experiences, you can contribute to developing the study and research environments at Aarhus University and help position the department and the university as a world class international educational institution.

Our mission is to build lifelong and mutually rewarding relations with alumni.

Former employees are also welcome and we encourage current students and employees to make use of the alumni network too. 

News

Photo: Ida Marie Jensen, AU Foto

2020.11.09 | Anis, DCA, Mink

Culling of mink at AU Foulum

Due to COVID-19, all mink at AU Foulum’s experimental farm will be destroyed. The department is currently trying to establish an overview of the consequences for research as well as the employees.

Day-old chicks. File photo: Janne Hansen, AU.

2020.11.09 | Anis, Poultry, DCA

Hatching broilers in stables rather than in hatcheries increases animal welfare

A new study at Department of Animal Science shows that hatching broilers on-farm rather than in hatcheries results in a number of benefits: The chicks rest more, take up more feed, weigh more and have a lower mortality.

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Events

Tue 15 Dec
00:00-00:00 |
Webinar: “Using ontologies to improve animal science research”
The webinar is coordinated by scientists from INRAE, France. It targets scientists, RI technicians, Bachelor, Master or PhD students. This webinar is free of charge. Deadline for registration 9th December.
Thu 23 Sep
08:49-08:49 | Copenhagen
Postponed to 2021: SEGES summit 2020: THINK Piglet Health & Nutrition
Experts from all over the world will attend the summit to discuss, share and learn more about how health, nutrition and management can improve the viability of piglets from hyperprolific sows.