Tick off the subject you found most difficult to understand in the previous week’s curriculum. Tests and feedback are an integrated part of online teaching.

2015.03.30 | Staff

Restructuring of Astrophysics course leads to good results

Since autumn 2014, Astrophysics classes have been held as blended learning courses, where online teaching activities are combined with more traditional forms of education. This teaching concept provides more interaction between students and lecturers, and has encouraged the students to work harder during the course. Naturally, this had led to…

Funds from the Kølpin Ravn foundation are mainly allocated to young researchers or MSc students working with plant pathology research. Photo: Mogens Støvring Hovmøller

2015.03.28 | Staff

Funds from the Kølpin Ravn foundation

Scholarships from the botanist and plant pathologist Frederik Kølpin Ravn foundation will be awarded in 2015. Applications must be submitted by 20 April 2015.

The presentation by Innovation Fund Denmark was extremely well attended and there were plenty of questions. Photo: Peter F. Gammelby
“The procedure has been made as unbureaucratic, flexible and efficient as possible,” Thomas Bjerre pointed out. Photo: Peter F. Gammelby

2015.03.26 | Science and Technology, Staff

Easier access to investment

Innovation Fund Denmark has DKK 1.6 billion of venture capital available for researchers and companies with good ideas. Great interest was shown at the fund’s presentation at Aarhus University this week.

2015.03.24 | Staff

PCB found in Science and Technology buildings

Elevated concentrations of the hazardous substance polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) have been found in the indoor air at a few of the Science and Technology buildings in the University Park. No employees are exposed to acute health risks, and the faculty has initiated an action plan in collaboration with the health and safety organisation to…

2015.03.25 | Staff

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2015.03.24 | Staff

A variety of IT services will be unavailable on 18 and 19 April 2015

AU’s IT systems and electrical installations are due for a check-up again. This is called a service window, and the next one will take place on the weekend of 18 and 19 April 2015. During this period, a number of IT systems will be out of service on both days.

Liv Hornekær has just been awarded EUR 2 million by the ERC

2015.03.24 | Staff

ERC grant for research into graphene on nanoparticles

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded a grant of EUR 2 million to Associate Professor Liv Hornekær, Department of Physics and Astronomy, for her research project about graphene coated nanoparticles.

2015.03.24 | Staff

Important to know about new regulations and guidelines for students

There have been a number of changes in the study area as regards regulations and guidelines for students – partly as a result of the Study Progress Reform. It is also important for lecturers and supervisors to be familiar with these changes to the regulations.

2015.03.24 | Staff

Studies Administration in Ny Munkegade has moved to Katrinebjerg

The section of AU Studies Administration ST located in Ny Munkegade has been temporarily moved to Katrinebjergvej 89F (building 5128), 8200 Aarhus N, due to renovation of the premises.

Signe Normand is the first Dane to receive a L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Rising Talent Grant.

2015.03.18 | Staff, Public / media

Aarhus biologist awarded international L’Oréal-UNESCO research prize

Signe Normand, Department of Bioscience, is the first Danish woman to receive a L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Rising Talent Grant for her research.

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