The proposed Euphresco project aims to consolidate the European studies conducted so far, and, with collaboration from North American researchers, devise a generic trapping technique for Agrilus jewel beetles.
In this project we want to address these 2 topics in parallel by developing a new sustainable breeding technology that focuses on the roots, using rhizogenic bacteria.
In CLIMASOMA we investigate what the existing scientific literature can teach us about the role of soil management in soil functions and in the resilience of crop production to climate change.
In recent years, consumers, producers, meat processors and retailers have been paying increasing attention to animal welfare.
FOODLEVERS’ goal is to identify key leverage points to further develop and scale-up existing innovative organic and sustainable food systems (FSs).
The Garden 5.0 project has developed 3 STEM trajectories around the themes of 'water', 'food' and 'life on land'.
The main goal of this project is to investigate the integration of different sensors the detection and monitoring for multiple animal states and anomalies (calving, oestrus, lameness, and heat stress).