Sustainable Biotechnology

By studying the Master's programme in Sustainable Biotechnology, you can assist in the transition from fossil fuels to sustainability.


Mineral oil still constitutes the most important source of liquid fuels, but is also an important raw material for the production of plastics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, etc. During the coming decades we need to use alternative sustainable resources to compensate for the forthcoming depletion of mineral oil, but also to deal with greenhouse gases and the associated climate effects. By studying the Master's programme in Sustainable Biotechnology, you can assist in the transition from fossil fuels to sustainability.

This is a two-year (120 ECTS) program. 

Program details

Academic level(s)Master
CountryDenmark
Language of instructionEnglish
InstitutionAalborg University
Fields of studyChemical and process
Tagsresourcessustainabilitynatural resourcesbiotechnology
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