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The European Space Agency (ESA) is visiting the Steno Museum with a 60-square-metre exhibition truck.

2014.05.01 | Staff, Public / media

Comet chase at the Steno Museum

The European Space Agency’s Rosetta truck is visiting Aarhus on 12 and 13 May 2014. Come and visit the touring exhibition at the Steno Museum.

Lars Peter Nielsen, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, lectures before full houses three evenings in a row about cable bacteria (Photo: Jesper Volgaard).
The introduction to an interesting new talk in the series of public science lectures (Photo: Jens Holbech).
There is often a very light-hearted atmosphere among the large audiences attending the public science lectures (Photo: Lise Balsby).
The book <em>25 søforklaringer – naturvidenskabelige fortællinger fra Søauditorierne</em> was published by the Aarhus University Press.

2014.04.28 | Public / media, Staff

Successful Aarhus University lectures now in book form

For nearly a decade, the Lakeside Lecture Theatres have formed the backdrop for a unique Danish cultural event – the public science lectures at Aarhus University.

2014.04.28 | Public / media, School of Engineering Aarhus University, Staff

Business delegation visits engineering exhibition in China

Extra efforts have been made today to present proposals by engineering students for media products of the future when the largest Danish business delegation ever attends an innovation conference in China. Read more (in Danish only here.

Ole Raaschou-Nielsen, Honorary Professor at Aarhus University and Head of Group at the Danish Cancer Society Research Centre

2014.04.08 | Public / media, Staff

Honorary professor will strengthen collaboration with health research

Head of Group Ole Raaschou-Nielsen has been appointed honorary professor at the Department of Environmental Science, Aarhus University in Roskilde. The appointment is intended to strengthen collaboration between the university’s expertise in determining environmental exposures such as air pollution and Dr Raaschou-Nielsen’s own epidemiological…

The fireball as it was observed from the Orion Planetarium in Jels, where a camera is permanently positioned to record fireballs. Photo: Orion Planetarium

2014.04.07 | Public / media, Staff

Fireball observed from the Orion Planetarium in Jels

On Sunday 30 March at 01.00 in the morning, a fireball was observed by the meteor camera at the Orion Planetarium in Jels, which is run with the help of Aarhus University. The fireball is thought to have been a meteor strike, and the hunt is now on to find the meteorite.

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