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Bjarke Bak Christensen

Bjarke Bak Christensen, Head of Department DTU Bioengineering.

A strengthened political focus on utilizing the Danish core competencies in bio- and food technology can lead to far better utilization of the earth's resources and can enable Denmark to become world supplier of novel green technologies.

The latest report from the Academy of Technical Sciences "The world's leading tech regions - Denmark's strengths in a global perspective", clearly shows that Danish research institutions and technology companies are well established in wind-, sound-, food- and biotechnology.

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Scientists activate enzymes’ ability to absorb CO2 from the air and convert and store it as eco-friendly chemicals. Read more
New methods developed at DTU Bioengineering have the potential to convert plastic waste into a new source of carbon. Read more
Special substances extracted from seaweed using enzymes have been shown in laboratory tests to have a protective effect against the eye disease AMD... Read more
Feed changes can reduce methane formation from microorganisms in the cow’s paunch and reduce cows' emissions by 40 per cent without compromising milk... Read more
Students from the EU-led research project Training4CRM and DTU have developed a technique for 3D printing fish such as salmon and tuna. Read more
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