Historical changes to the plant diversity of Denmark during the past 250 years Ny
Dig down in old botanical surveys and compare to the current plant diversity at the sites.
Evolutionary ecology of parasitoid richness Ny
The diversity of parasitoid wasps is overwhelming, but why do some host insect species harbour more parasitoid species than others?
Investigate mycoprotein ingredient and help a start-up company Ny
Myco4Food is a newly established company that has developed a scalable bioreactor system for solid-state fermentation to produce mycoprotein ingredients. This new food ingredient needs to be investigated.
Understanding Soy Flavor for Industrial Processing Ny
What happens to soy flavor, when it is subjected to industrial processing?
Strategies for Soy Flavor Improvement Ny
How to develop strategies to move towards acceptable soy flavour?
Is fermented foods accepted by consumers – the gluten-free “rye bread” case Ny
Do you want to contribute to the introduction of a tasty, healthy and sustainable green label “rye bread” that is accepted by Danish consumers?
Understanding the non-coding genome of Arabidopsis by CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Engineering Ny
The Marquardt group is looking for a motivated student to help us decipher the role of a novel class of non-coding RNA (sppRNAs) in the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana.
Microbial strain dynamics in longitudinal in vitro microbiome cultures Ny
Investigate strain-level dynamics in the human gut microbiome using a rich longitudinal in vitro shotgun metagenomic dataset
Diagnostic and prognostic plasma markers in patients with fatty liver disease Ny
Cytokines may serve as promising diagnostic and prognostic markers, and even indicators of treatment response.
Assessing mitochondrial function and inflammation in cancer-induced muscle atrophy Ny
Cancer-induced muscle atrophy, also known as cancer cachexia, is characterized by mitochondrial dysfunction and inflammation. Yet, whether these processes are linked or independent of each other in cancer cachexia remains unknown.