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2014.09.02 | Public / media, Staff

Renewed agreement with Greenland: DCE will increase environmental knowledge in the mineral resource area

DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University, will boost the knowledge base even more and thereby its expertise in areas where Greenland needs stronger specialised advice in the form of research-based environmental consultancy regarding mineral resources.

2014.08.21 | Staff, Public / media, School of Engineering Aarhus University

DKK 15 million for new start-up factory in the innovation environment at Navitas

A new start-up factory is opening at Navitas in September. With a grant of DKK 15 million, Aarhus will gain a brand new and visionary innovation environment with a strong thematic association with the cleantech branch.

Lise Kjær Andersen’s diploma shows 12 points (the highest mark possible on the 7-point Danish grading scale) thirty times. She is pictured here at Navitas – her new workplace. She works at the Department of Engineering, and will carry out research into vertical concrete construction such as the columns seen in the background. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Communication)

2014.08.21 | School of Engineering Aarhus University, Public / media, Staff

Impressive student achievement from graduate engineer

An unusual diploma will be presented to an MSc graduate at Aarhus University on Friday. Lise Kjær Andersen achieved top marks in all her exams from the first to the last term of her studies. Read more (in Danish only) here.

The Aarhus City Council, the Central Denmark Region and Aarhus University Hospital borrowed Aarhus University’s combined engineering research squad for two days. The result was a number of new product ideas for improving current rehabilitation efforts. Pictured here are three of the researchers behind the idea that ran away with the victory this year – a docking system for wheelchairs. From left they are PhD student Simon Lind Kappel, Associate Professor Lars Ottosen and Assistant Professor and PhD student Annette Beedholm Rasmussen.

2014.08.15 | PhD Students, Department of Engineering, Public / media, Staff

Science competition gave a boost to welfare innovation

No fewer than eight completed innovation concepts are ready and waiting for the East Jutland health and care sector following Aarhus University’s annual science competition for engineers.

2014.08.08 | Department of Engineering, Public / media, Staff

Researchers will rethink rehabilitation

In an intensive innovation session of just two days, seventy Aarhus University researchers will propose new solutions to help improve the rehabilitation of children, elderly people and brain-damaged patients.

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