ALDIN Biodome Receives Recognition as a Socially Responsible Initiative.
Growing vegetables outdoors into the winter – sustainable horticulture in urban environments.
Will undoubtedly attract world attention
Article from Fréttablaðið newspaper by the Editorial board.
Planning To Cultivate Windmill Palms And Fibre Bananas Outside With Heat This Summer – Icelandic Only
Article by Magnús Hlynur Hreiðarson - Bændablaðið
The ALDIN Garden Research Project recognised as outstanding innovative project
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
Impact of Low-Grade Heat and Insulation on Plant Growth – Follow-up study
Undergraduate project supported by the Student Innovation Fund. By Karen Rós Róbertsdóttir, horticulture student.
ALDIN BIODOME, RESHAPING THE CITYSCAPE OF REYKJAVIK, ICELAND – In close connection with nature within the city limits.
Autumn Issue 2021. By Hjördís Sigurðardóttir.
Could these be the world’s most extra botanic gardens?
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
ALDIN Biodome research garden
Coverage of ALDIN Biodome research garden on Stöð 2, TV news program - Icelandic only.