Something's brewing

June 4, 1999

An agro-industrial bio-technology centre is to be set up in Esbjerg, on the west coast of Jutland, by the University of South Denmark and Aalborg University.

Although the centre will carry out basic research, it will have an industry-related profile and will concentrate on fermentation processes.

It will have 15 to 20 researchers, a number of PhD students and up to 30 students specialising in biotechnology.

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