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2017.02.28 | Staff, Public / media

New four-year agreement for public sector consultancy at Aarhus University

The new framework agreement provides more clarity regarding publication and confidentiality clauses in Science and Technology’s research-based public sector consultancy.

2017.02.27 | Staff

AU gears up for more business cooperation

Five business committees will ensure a better framework for collaboration between researchers, students and businesses.

2017.02.22 | Staff

Full steam ahead for Science and Technology’s strategic development

Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen and the vice-deans have just completed a round of visits at Science and Technology (ST), where the local strategies were in focus. The dean is pleased that the strategy work is well under way at the departments and centres.

Photo: Ditte Valente/Eliteforsk

2017.02.23 | Science and Technology, Public / media, Staff

Prestigious Elite Researcher Prize awarded to food science researcher

Professor Hanne Christine Bertram, Department of Food Science, Aarhus University, has been awarded an Elite Researcher (EliteForsk) Prize for her research into the correlation between diet and health. The prize is awarded by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science and goes to outstanding researchers under 45 years of age.

PhD student Johannes Christensen, Department of Mathematics
PhD student William Joyce, Department of Bioscience

2017.02.22 | Public / media, Staff

Two Elite Researcher travel grants awarded to Science and Technology students

Two PhD students have been awarded travel grants of DKK 200,000 each in the 2017 Elite Research (EliteForsk) prizes.

2017.02.23 | Staff

DKK 1.8 million awarded to ‘fireballs’ at Science and Technology

The Industrial Cooperation Committee has awarded eight ‘fireball’ grants to Science and Technology for 2017 and 2018. The funding is provided to help researchers prepare applications and establish new research networks targeting Horizon 2020 multi-partner projects.

2017.02.22 | Staff, PhD Students, Science and Technology

Aarhus Novo Nordisk Science and Talent Network 2017 Symposium

On Friday 17 March 2017, Novo Nordisk and ST will be hosting a symposium at Aarhus University with a focus on scientific topics for joint collaboration. Registration before 6 March.

Mala Broberg studies the habitat conditions for young fish – the unique salmon in the Kapisillit River – a Godthaab Fjord tributary. His studies concluded the first MSc degree in Greenland. Photo: Rasmus Hedeholm

2017.02.23 | Public / media, Staff

First Aarhus University science graduate to be educated in Greenland

In close collaboration with Aarhus University, it is now possible to complete a university science degree in Nuuk. The first biologist from Greenland, who was also educated in Greenland, defended his MSc last week at the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources.

It looks spectacular when the Chemistry Show relates natural science to the audience. The judges were spellbound by the performance of the two students on TV2, and the Chemistry Show is now going on to the semi-finals, where viewers have the final word. (Photo: screenshot from a promotional video)

2017.02.22 | Public / media, Staff, Students, Science and Technology

Chemistry Show captivates Denmark with polystyrene slime

Aarhus University’s Chemistry Show uses everyday chemicals in spectacular demonstration experiments to spread knowledge about basic chemical theories and principles. Right now, they are experiencing national success performing in Denmark’s Got Talent 2017 on TV2. Tune in on Saturday 4 March, where viewers can vote for the students so they can go…

In combination with sorting at source, new compactor containers such as this for cardboard and other materials will make waste management cheaper at ST. (Photo: Christina Troelsen)

2017.02.20 | Staff

Stricter requirements for sorting waste

New units for sorting waste are being set up at Science and Technology (ST). This will enable the sorting of waste materials at source – as close as possible to users. The initiative is partly due to statutory requirements and a greater focus on recycling, and partly due to cost savings at the faculty.

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