Carlsberg Research Center
The commitment to research at Carlsberg began with the Carlsberg Laboratory, established by JC Jacobsen in 1875 to develop a complete scientific understanding of the malting, brewing and fermentation processes.  It has achieved significant developments in these and wider scientific fields for more than 130 years. 
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Louis Pasteur and Carlsberg Cure the ‘Beer Disease’
The large scale production of lager beer was only made possible by the work of Louis Pasteur and Dr Emil Hansen from the Carlsberg Laboratory in the 1880s.
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Sørensen Invents the pH Scale
The standard measurement for determining whether a solution is acid or alkali was developed in the Carlsberg Laboratory.
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The Kjeldahl Method
The technique for analysing nitrogen and protein developed by Kjeldahl at the Carlsberg Laboratory in 1883 is still the universally accepted method today.
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The Father of Yeast Genetics
One of the pioneers of genetic engineering and biotechnology conducted his research at the Carlsberg Laboratory.
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