For many years, a number of researchers at the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics have collaborated on different research projects with the business sector – not only by setting up specific research collaboration, but also by employing students taking an Industrial PhD.
Example of the department’s collaboration with the business community:
Improving infant formula. Preventing cavities in the teeth. Help for wound healing. Food for astronauts. The discovery of the protein OPN in milk proves to have great potential.
Read more about the project (in Danish)
is the link between research at Aarhus University and the business sector.
An Industrial PhD is a three-year industrially focused research project and PhD education which is carried out in a collaboration between a company, an Industrial PhD candidate and a university.
Find a researcher (if your company would like to collaborate on a specific project, but you are unsure as to which researcher to call, we can help with contact details)