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Over the past couple of years, AU students have helped ready the Delphini - 1 nanosatellite for launch. The satellite is now on board the International space station, from which it will be put into orbit around Earth in February. The aim of the ESA BIC DK is to encourage the students to start their own businesses within space technology after the end of their studies. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU Photo.
Associate professor Christoffer Karoff. Photo: Private

2019.01.15 | Public / media, Staff

Science and Technology to educate future space entrepreneurs

ST will be help students to come up with ideas for start-ups through an interdisciplinary Space Entrepreneurship Programme, which will teach students in subjects within both space technology and entrepreneurship.

Photo: Unsplash.com

2019.01.11 | Staff

New website helps new staff

Being a new employee in a large organisation can be difficult. But now being new to AU will hopefully be a little easier. On au.dk/newemployee, we have gathered together the informationen needed to help new employees get off to a good start.

Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen, Science and Technology. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU

2018.12.20 | Staff

Season’s greetings from the dean 2018

In this interview, Dean Niels Christian Nielsen talks about his views on the most important developments over the past year, and he wishes employees and students at ST a merry Christmas and happy New Year.

From left: Professor Torben Sigsgaard - Department of Public Health, Carsten Suhr Jacobsen, head of department - Department of Environmental Science, Professor Carsten Bøcker Pedersen - Department of Economics and Business Economics, Professor Clive Eric Sabel - director of BERTHA , Rikke Dalgaard, centre manager - BERTHA, Professor Ole Hertel - Department of Environmental Science, Dean Niels Christian Nielsen - Science and Technology, Clinical Professor Christian Erikstrup - Department of Clinical Medicine. (Photo: Rasmus Rørbæk)

2018.12.14 | Public / media, Staff

The cork pops for BERTHA

A newly opened research centre is to investigate how modern life affects our health and illness by bringing together expertise from three out of four faculties. The new centre is called BERTHA, and it was officially opened on Monday 10 December in Roskilde.

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Fri 25 Jan
14:00-16:00 | Niels Bohr Auditorium, Risø, Frederiksborgvej 399, 4000 Roskilde
Inaugural lecture: Professor Alexandre Anesio, Department of Environmental Science
Professor Anesio is giving his inaugural lecture as Professor in Arctic Biogeochemistry 25 January 2019, followed by a reception.
Mon 04 Feb
14:00-21:00 | Aarhus University, The Main Hall
Conference: Partnerships for a sustainable future
Join us when Aarhus University invites to a conference about UN's 17 sustainable development goals, focusing on developing sustainable solutions in collaboration between the university, public authorities and companies. The conference is aimed at public and private companies, researchers, students, organizations, foundations and everyone else who has an interest in UN's sustainable development goals. (in Danish only)
Mon 18 Feb
14:15-16:00 | The AIAS Auditorium, Building 1632, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6B, 8000 Aarhus C
AIAS Fellows' Seminar: Dennis Konnerup
Plants under water: Surviving submergence and salinity
Mon 18 Mar
09:30-16:00 | Eigtveds Pakhus, Strandgade 25 G, 1448 København K
Conference: Food in a changing climate
What are the roles of consumers, companies and Danish agriculture in a future, climate-friendly food production?

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