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2014.12.19 | Staff

Work resumes on constructing the Biomedicine building

Work was temporarily stopped in mid-November due to the noise nuisance in neighbouring buildings. Construction work will resume on 5 January, and the amount of noise and vibrations will be reduced.

2014.12.18 | Department of Engineering, Public / media, Staff

New robot can be a benchmark for the wind industry

Researchers and companies have come up with an idea that could have far-reaching implications for the wind turbine industry. They will make a portable robot that can process the largest wind turbine components. If successful, it could save billions. Read more (in Danish only) here.

Associate Professor Kenneth Howard, iNANO. Photo: Maria Randima, AU Communication

2014.12.19 | Public / media, Staff

The body’s own transport protein can make drugs more effective

Innovation Fund Denmark is investing DKK 9 million in research into albumin to get drugs into the cells where they are needed – without being broken down by the body. This will make it possible to manufacture pharmaceuticals that are more effective and safer.

2014.12.16 | Staff

Season’s greetings from the dean 2014

Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen would like to wish all members of staff and students at Science and Technology a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

Bjørn Panyella Pedersen. Photo: Lisbeth Heilesen

2014.12.16 | Staff

ERC Starting Grant to research in structural biology

Bjørn Panyella Pedersen, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, has been awarded a prestigious ERC Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC) valued at EUR 1.5 million to start a research group within structural biology at Aarhus University.

2014.12.15 | Staff

Update of the Danish Roadmap for Research Infrastructures

In connection with the forthcoming update of the Danish Roadmap for Research Infrastructures, the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation visited Aarhus University on Friday 5 December. This was followed by a series of workshops. The deadline for submitting new proposals is 6 January 2015.

Søren Ulstrup has been awarded a Sapere Aude grant. (Photo: Peter Gammelby, Aarhus University)

2014.12.14 | Science and Technology, Public / media, Staff

The materials of the future need to be built now

There is a comprehensive focus in Søren Ulstrup’s work discovering new properties in new types of materials. With a prestigious Sapere Aude grant, the young physicist can now focus even more intensely on studying the physical properties of the building blocks of the future.

Milena Laban (Photo: Aarhus University)
Amanda Marie Garmin Bundgård (Photo: private)

2014.12.14 | Staff, Public / media

Two Science and Technology students awarded Novo Scholarships

Two MSc students at Science and Technology have been awarded Novo Nordisk and Novozymes Scholarships. The scholarships are awarded to students to support their academic work.

2014.12.14 | Staff

Configuration of degree programmes at Science and Technology

The Danish government’s configuration of degree programmes also affects Science and Technology (ST), which will cut a total of 38 undergraduate places by 2018.

Kasper Andersen Borup. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Communication)

2014.12.14 | Public / media, Staff

Sapere Aude grant awarded to chemistry graduate

Postdoctoral Fellow Kasper Andersen Borup, Department of Chemistry, is one of five young researchers at Aarhus University to be awarded a Sapere Aude Research Talent grant.

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