2015.08.11 | Public / media, Staff

Bronze to Denmark in the International Biology Olympiad

Some of the most promising biology students in the world were awarded medals at the International Biology Olympiad (IBO) in Aarhus. Two of the four Danish competitors received bronze medals and one was awarded a certificate of merit.

2015.07.13 | Public / media, Staff

A crucial boost to climate research

The recently inaugurated Villum Research Station provides climate researchers with new opportunities. Read more (in Danish only) here.

2015.07.13 | Public / media, Staff

Villum Research Station opens close to the North Pole

The ultra-modern research station will closely follow the severe climate changes in the Arctic. Climate researchers from all over the world have booked to stay at the station. Read more (in Danish only) here.

2015.07.20 | Staff, Public / media

More students choose science and engineering degree programmes at Aarhus University

Science and Technology received 12 per cent more first priority applications this year than it did in 2014. This indicates that young people are reacting to the need for more science graduates and engineers.

2015.07.07 | Staff

New campus area enables combination of educational and administrative environments

Plans are being made for combining educational and administrative activities at ST, Arts and Aarhus BSS, as well as three deputy director areas, when Aarhus University moves into the buildings on the corner of Trøjborgvej on 1 August 2015. Read more (in Danish only) here.

2015.07.06 | Staff

Support for nine researcher networks cutting across the faculties

To boost collaboration between departments and faculties, nine researcher networks have been given support to strengthen and develop activities. Read more (in Danish only) here.

A new research project will provide farmers with an opportunity to work the fields on the basis of individual properties and conditions. Photo: Janne Hansen

2015.07.02 | Public / media, Staff

Agriculture of the future will combine sustainability with productivity and efficiency

Researchers at Aarhus University are involved in a project with a budget of almost DKK 100 million that will prepare agriculture for a future in which sustainability goes hand in hand with intensive, effective and productive plant production.

Professor Ivan Bjerre Damgård has been awarded a prestigious ERC Advanced Grant. (Photo: Morten Koldby)

2015.07.01 | Public / media, Staff

Fiddler on a database

Is it possible to extend knowledge sharing and trade in a digital age and at the same time strengthen private life and security? Professor Ivan Bjerre Damgård, Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University, has just been awarded an extremely prestigious ERC Advanced Grant valued at DKK 15 million, which will be used to develop new techniques…

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