Master Thesis with DFDS's Department of Innovation (Innovation & Partnerships)
In DFDS we have a lot of super interesting projects, which looks at how to make the future of logistics more green, more autonomous and more digital. Do you have an idea for a thesis that fits into this? Then please write us!
2) Examine the correlation between the early-life gut microbiome and disease development
Study how the microbiome is an intermediary player in the interaction between the host and its environment, with a key focus in research into the extrinsic mechanisms that determine the transition from health to chronic disease
Beneficial microbiome(s) towards the future of sustainable agriculture
The objective of this project is to address the mechanisms of microbe recruitment to the plant microbiome and screen soils for microbes with a beneficial effect on plant growth.
Crispr/Cas9 technology to develop plant-based protein for human consumption
This MSc project aims at removing toxic compounds from the meal of rapeseed by genome-editing specific genes.
Folkeoplysningens betydning for et demokratisk samfund i en digitaliseret tidsalder
Folkeoplysningen udfordres af digitaliseringen af kommunikationen til danskerne, som i stigende grad sker via smartphones og tablets, mens TV, radio, film og bøger fortsat har fat i danskerne. Har Folkeoplysningen er fremtid?
Decoding of the chemical language of plants
The aim of this MSc project is to understand the molecular mechanism underlying plant communication.
Investigation of uncertainty in risk mapping
Identification of the sources of uncertainty in: statistical models, numerical flood models, etc., and their contribution to the overall uncertainty in the results.
Studerende til 6 mdr’s kandidatspeciale og/eller forskningsår
Studerende søges til tre forskellige projekter ved Afdeling for Hormon og Stofskiftesygdomme på Rigshospitalet
Synthetic biology for production of health-promoting compounds in microbial cell factories
The aim is to apply advanced synthetic biology to develop a platform for efficient production of specific bioactive natural products