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While many of PIG-PARADIGM researchers are dedicated to advancing fundamental knowledge of the pig gut microbiome and its interaction with nutrition and the host, we also have some participants who are exploring the physiological similarities between humans and pigs in digestive processes and enteric diseases.
In this blog, you will learn more about the parallel investigations into human-pig similarities within PIG-PARADIGM.
Professor Knud Erik Bach Knudsen, core researcher in Nutrition Pillar, hosted a 2-week PhD course entitled "Carbohydrates with Emphasis on Nutrition and Intestinal Health of Non-Ruminant Animals." at AU Viborg, many PIG-PARADIGM PhD students attended this course.
When we talk about art and science, they seem to be two topics so far apart. In this blog, Maria, our talented Ph.D. student and illustrator for the PIG-PARADIGM project, shares her personal story of when art meets science and the chemistry that brings.
Discover how her passion for drawing has seamlessly intertwined with her academic life, and how artistic expression breathes life into complex research topics, making science more accessible and engaging for all.
ECR Mike Loomans (Wageningen University & Research) has just returned from a 4-month cross-institution exchange in Demark. Explore how this invaluable experience not only enhanced his personal growth but also contributed to the progress of the Data Integration Pillar.
In an ever-changing world where the digital revolution and artificial intelligence are increasingly integrated into our daily lives, the question arises: how can modern technologies enhance the effectiveness, objectivity, and reproducibility of science?
Read this blog to gain insights into how these technologies are leading the conversion of traditional microscopy to digital image analysis and supporting ECR Cecilie's work in PIG-PARADIGM.
Three Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from Aarhus University share their insights and knowledge gained during a one-week intensive summer course at Wageningen University & Research (WUR).