Imagine stepping into a lush oasis, surrounded by the beauty of nature and diverse ecosystems, regardless of the outdoor climate. This dream will soon become a reality with the ALDIN biodome project in Reykjavik, Iceland, set to open its doors
The ALDIN research project “Impact of low-grade heat and insulation on plant growth” received a recognition from the Icelandic precedent, Mr. Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, on February 10th, as one of six research projects nominated to receive the Icelandic President’s Innovation
Undergraduate project supported by the Student Innovation Fund. By Karen Rós Róbertsdóttir, horticulture student.
This Icelandic ‘biodome’ could rival even the UK’s Eden Project in size and ambition. An article in TimeOut, written by Noah Barnett
Wastewater In Elliðaárdalur Used In Experimental Vegetable Cultivation: It’s possible to speed up maturation and extend the growing season considerably
Bændablaðið - Farmers Magazine, by Sigurður Már Harðarson