Seaweed in Denmark
An event that tastes as salty as it sounds.
Join UIC for an introduction to the weird and wonderful world of seaweed from Annette Bruhn, Research Scientist and PhD at AU's Department of Bioscience. You will hear about the production as well as enjoy testers from the lab.
Seaweed is a fast-growing field of research because of its high nutritional value. It is used in many, very different kinds of foods - including chocalate milk! (Yep, you read that right!) Seaweed was traditionally produced in Asia, but since finding out that the Danish climate is actually very conducive to seaweed production, it is now produced here.
When: Wednesday, 15 June at 14:00-16:00
Where: International Center - Hoegh-Guldbergs Gade 4, Conference Room 1.
More information about event is available on UIC webpage here.