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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. 


Grass is washed free from soil before separating it in a liquid and solid fraction in the biorefinery. Photo: Nikolaj Peder Hansen.

2020.07.22 | Anis, Cattle, DCA

AU researchers study the feeding value of pulp for cattle

Pulp is a fibre-rich by-product, emerging from the protein refining of grass-clover. As the pulp forms a considerable part of this process, the utilisation of this, by for instance dairy farmers, is extremely important. Therefore, researchers from AU are currently studying the feeding value of the pulp for cattle, and the preliminary results look…

A feeding experiment with piglets at AU Foulum is testing the digestibility of the Unibio protein. Photo: Jesper Rais, AU.

2020.07.21 | Anis, Pigs, DCA

A new environmentally friendly source of protein for pigs is being tested at AU Foulum

At present, researchers at Aarhus University are testing a new environmentally friendly source of protein, Uniprotein, in a feeding experiment with pigs. Uniprotein is a source of protein made of bacteria able to grow on methane as substrate. A future use of this type of protein will, among others, be able to reduce the carbon footprint for the…

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