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22 NOV

Antibiotic resistance in animals and meat is generally stable

The occurrence of antibiotic resistance in bacteria from food-producing animals and meat in Denmark was stable or decreasing in 2021. However, a few notable findings of...

Food safety
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01 NOV

Come to a seminar on antimicrobial use and resistance

See what the day has to offer when Statens Serum Institute and the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, hold a seminar on antimicrobial use and resistance...

Food safety
Bakterier på agarplade
12 OCT

Researchers build a 'Wikipedia’ for resistant bacteria

According to the WHO, antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats to public health. DTU researchers have created a new tool in the fight against resistant bacteria...

Food safety
08 SEP

Join the conference: Risk Assessments and their Significance

The programme is now ready for the conference on risk assessments and their significance the 23 September 2022. The conference is organized by the DTU National Food Institute...

Food, fish and agriculture Food safety
Coronavirus
23 AUG

Danes lost 30.000 years of healthy life due to COVID-19 in the first year of the...

Every Dane who died from covid-19 in 2020 lost an average of 13 healthy years of life according to new figures from DTU and SSI that show the burden of the disease.

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Bælgfrugter. Foto: Colourbox.dk
11 AUG

Open for registration: Master of Sustainable and Safe Food Production

The next semester of DTU and University of Copenhagen’s joint master programme in sustainable and safe food production will begin in September. The courses can be taken...

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Bælgfrugter. Foto: Colourbox.dk
08 JUL

Students gathered for the first annual summer school

This week, students from the Master in Sustainable and Safe Food Production gathered for the first annual summer school.

Food, fish and agriculture Food safety Food production
29 JUN

Warmer climates can lead to new diseases that infect humans through mosquitoes

New research has mapped the risk of five mosquito-borne diseases that could potentially lead to epidemics. It is one of the topics you can read about in the Annual Report...

Food safety
28 JUN

Endocrine disruptors should not only be assessed individually

Six chemical substances possess endocrine disrupting effects - and especially combination effects when they are assessed together. Force Technology, DHI and researchers...

Food safety
DK: Agarplade (antibiotikaresistens). Foto:  Mikkel Adsbøl | EN: agar plate (antibiotic resistance). Photo:  Mikkel Adsbøl
05 APR

Learn more about whole genome sequence analysis

Attend a three-day workshop on whole genome sequencing analysis for microbial diagnostic, identification, and cluster analysis on 22-24 June 2022.

Food safety

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