Research under SNAK





 Research at Aarhus University
The Behaviour and Stress Biology Group focuses its research on production animals such as pigs, cattle, poultry and mink. Feeding behaviours, mortality and social behaviours are our main topics of research alongside investigation of animal emotions such as stress, fear, pain, and aggression, especially in restricted environments. Disease prevention and resistance is also a major research theme.
Zoophysiology concentrates on physiological acoustics, especially biosonar in sperm whales. Bioacoustics research on harbour porpoise and minke whales is carried out at the Department of Bioscience - Marine Mammal Research.

Research at the Technical University of Denmark
In the Hearing Systems group our research focuses on acoustic technology and psychoacoustics in humans.

Research at Copenhagen University
In the Section for Ecology and Evolution we focus on animal welfare, social behavior and communication.

Research at the University of Southern Denmark
The major SNAK research focus at the Department of Biology is in hearing and acoustic communication, in bats, amphibians and reptiles, birds, whales and insects.
The Institute of Sensors, Signals & Electrotechnics researches numerical methods in acoustics, acoustic transducers, and acoustic metrology.
The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute investigates biologically inspired robot design and biomimesis.
The Audiology Department at Odense University Hospital researches audiology and psychoacoustics.

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