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The Future of Food Production?

Oct 11, 2015: Dr. Manja Reuter, coordinator of the Leibniz Research Alliance „Sustainable Food production and Healthy Nutrition“ interviewed by Tomorrow Today - The Science Magazine of Deutsche Welle TV. [more]

Dr. Jürgen Kern auf der Rohstoffplantage des ATB (Foto: Neitzel/ATB)

Chilean delegation visited the ATB

Oct 6, 2015: Representatives of the association of Chilean walnut producers and the irrigation association visited the institute. They came to get information about energy efficiency and sustainability in agricultural production.[more]

Soil as a sustainable resource - Start of research network Bonares

Oct 1, 2015: The joint research project "Bonares - soil as a sustainable resource for bioeconomy" is starting today. The German Federal Ministry of Science and Education (BMBF) is funding the project over the next three years with nearly 33 million...[more]

Scientists of the EUBis WG2 "Bio-processing" (Photo: von Haselberg/ATB)

EUBis Meeting at ATB

Sept 29-30, 2015: Scientists of the EU COST network EUBis (COST Action TD1203) met in Potsdam, to discuss the development of pilot scale or integrated bioprocesses based on refining of food supply chain wastes. [more]

ATB research on insects at INSECTA 2015 in Magdeburg

Sept. 21, 2015: At the "1st National Symposium on Insects as Food and Feed" ATB scientists present current approaches in this promising field of research.[more]

Die drei FJN-Teilnehmer (von links): Maximilian Balk, Joris Müller und Vera Butz. (Foto: Foltan/ATB)

Engagierter Nachwuchs in ein „Schnupperjahr“ am ATB gestartet

2. Sept. 2015: Im Rahmen eines Freiwilligen Sozialen Jahres in Wissenschaft, Technik und Nachhaltigkeit haben drei junge Menschen am 1. September ihre Tätigkeit am ATB aufgenommen. [more]

Powerful presence: ATB biochar research at the Boston ACS Meeting

August 16, 2015: As part of the 250th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) ATB scientist Judy Libra together with colleagues from USA invites to a symposium on the potentials and limits of hydrothermal carbonization.[more]

Insects for food?

July 25th, 2015: ATB scientist Birgit Rumpold researches for years on the subject of insects. In a German tv broadcast (ZDF ML Mona Lisa) she explains why insects are an alternative protein source for animals and humans.[more]

COOL: Saving energy and reducing losses

July 21, 2015: This is the aim of the project "Flow sensor based air management in fruit and vegetable storage (COOL)“ starting today with a kick-off meeting at the ATB.[more]

Scientists from Chinas Shenyang Agricultural University visiting the ATB

July 15, 2015: The focus of interest was on the scientific exchange in the field of biochar research.[more]

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Bioökonomieforschung gestärkt: ATB eröffnet neues Forschungsgebäude

22. Aug. 2019: In Anwesenheit von Brandenburgs Wissenschaftsministerin Dr. Martina Münch und etwa 200 Gästen aus Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft und Politik hat das Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik und...

Präzises Modell für den optimalen Fruchtbehang

6. Juni 2019: Brandenburgs Agrar- und Umweltstaatssekretärin Dr. Carolin Schilde informierte sich bei ihrem gestrigen Besuch am ATB-Forschungsstandort Marquardt über Ergebnisse des EIP-Agri Projekts...

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