DTU Aqua - National Institute of Aquatic Resources

Blue bioeconomy. Graphics: DTU Aqua.

Blue bioeconomy

Blue bioeconomy is based on sustainable and intelligent use of biomass from the sea, lakes, streams and aquaculture. On our website, you can learn about the blue bioeconomy and DTU Aqua's work in this area and get a blue bioeconomy figure for your own use. 

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Field work at sea.

MSc Eng Programmes

DTU Aqua coordinates two of DTU's MSc programmes: "Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture" with focus on sustainable harvest and production of fish and shell-fish, and "Ocean Engineering" which focusses on oceanography and marine technology. 

Find out more about the MSc Eng Programmes
Using a microsensor, PhD student Julie Hansen measures hydrogen sulfide, a gas that is toxic even in small concentrations. Photo: Tilo Pfalzgraff.

PhD projects at DTU Aqua

DTU Aqua has its own PhD School with about 45 PhD students enrolled. The students are engaged within a wide range of project themes. They present their projects in the publication "PhD Projects at DTU Aqua".

See current PhD projects at DTU Aqua

Arbejde ved kajen under feltkursus.

Bachelor courses

DTU Aqua offers some bachelor courses and we contribute to the BSc programme in General Engineering at DTU. You can also do your bachelor project with us within aquaculture, fisheries, oceanography, or management of aquatic resources.

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Plankton. Foto: Erik Selander.

About DTU Aqua

DTU Aqua is a department at the Technical University of Denmark. DTU Aqua conducts research, provides advice, educates at university level and contributes to innovation in sustainable exploitation and management of aquatic resources.

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