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20 JUN

Migration secrets of bluefin tuna to be studied in Scandinavian waters

The world’s most coveted fish is back in Danish and Swedish waters. New project will tag tuna to find out why they have come back

Fisheries and fish stocks
13 JUN

PhD defence about zooplankton motile behavior

Copepods have developed two distinct behavioral strategies that have different costs and benefits when it comes to feeding, mating and escaping predators. A new PhD thesis...

31 MAY

PhD defence about Danish bottom set nets fisheries

PhD student Esther Savina defends her thesis about ecosystem effects of bottom set nets on 8 June 2017

Fisheries and fish stocks
08 MAY

Overview of PhD projects at DTU Aqua

The publication “PhD projects at DTU Aqua” presents DTU Aquas PhD students and their projects

Marine research Ecosystems Polar research Fisheries and fish stocks Aquaculture
27 APR

PhD defence on a trait-based approach to understanding marine communities

Laurène Pécuchet defends her thesis "A trait-based approach to understanding marine communities’ composition, assembly and diversity" on 5 May 2017

24 APR

New equipment to ensure fewer bycatches

Shorter time from idea to commissioning of new fishing gear. This is the idea behind a new research project in which DTU is a participant.

Food, fish and agriculture Fisheries and fish stocks
21 APR

First working day in DTU’s biggest new build

Employees from DTU Aqua, DTU Food, and DTU Vet are now taking DTU’s biggest ever new build into use.

06 APR

DTU Aqua to relocate from Charlottenlund to Lyngby

During the Easter holiday, DTU Aqua will relocate from Charlottenlund Castle to DTU’s Lyngby Campus

23 FEB

PhD defence about ecosystem effects of fishing with Danish seine

On 7 March 201, PhD student Thomas Noack defends his thesis which has increased the basic scientific understanding of Danish seining and developed methods and equipment...

Fisheries and fish stocks Ecosystems
21 FEB

Red algae form coral-like reefs in Greenland

Sometimes, red algae grow in coral-like formations. A PhD student is the first to identify 21 of these reefs off the coast of Greenland.

Marine research Polar research Mapping and surveying

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26 JUNE 2017