Stig’s scientific voice takes us to the world of legumes. While all plants fix carbon during photosynthesis, only legumes can fix nitrogen thanks to their symbiotic relation with rhizobia bacteria. Therefore, growing more legumes could decrease the need of nitrogen fertiliser and contribute to a more sustainable agriculture.
To know more, listen to the coordinator of the ProFaba project, the Associate professor Stig Uggerhøj Andersen
Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics - Plant Molecular Biology
Michael’s scientific voice takes us to the world of genomics. This science can help us understand how domesticated and wild animal species adapt to climate and climate change and how this adaptation may change with time, an invaluable knowledge to design strategies for future climatechangeproof populations.
To know more, listen to the coordinator of the ClimGen project, Professor Mike Bruford
Dean for Environmental Sustainability
Co-director Sustainable Places Research Institute
School of Biosciences