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2018.09.17 | Public / media, Staff, People

Populations geneticist awarded honorary doctorate at AU

Professor Andrew G. Clark from Cornell University has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Aarhus University for his impressive research work on population genetics and genomics over the last 40 years.

You have to go against the flow and turn ideas upside down if you want to attract the attention of the VILLUM Experiment programme. Eight AU researchers have been able to do just this, and together they will be receiving DKK 15.3 million. (Ill: Colourbox)

2018.09.18 | Public / media, Staff

Experiments worth millions

The Villum Foundation is supporting bold technical and scientific research ideas for the second time. Researchers from Aarhus University are again on the list of recipients, with eight daring ideas totalling DKK 15.3 million.

[Translate to English:] Foto: Jesper Rais, AU Foto

2018.09.13 | Staff

Support for synergy-generating research activities at ST

The Dean's Office has granted DKK 4.5 million for research projects with special focus on creating synergies across research environments at Science and Technology and with good potential for obtaining external funding.

The framework for physical development at AU over the coming years includes consolidating engineering activities at Katrinebjerg. (Graphics: AART Architects)

2018.09.13 | Staff

Meetings at ST on Campus 2.0

ST will be holding three meetings at which you can learn more about Campus 2.0 and the Faculty's building plans. The meetings are open to all interested students and staff.

From left: Dean Niels Christian Nielsen, Vice-Dean Per Balslev, Professor Jacob Sherson, and finally Carsten Nymann, center head at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation. (Photo: Rasmus Rørbæk)

2018.09.13 | Staff

Who are you?

Together with the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, a new research project will help researchers to map the brain functions of Danes by playing computer games. The project will help to create a thought-atlas of Denmark, and give each player feedback about the way they play. In this way, the project will say a little about who the player is - and a…

2018.09.07 | Staff

90th anniversary celebration in the University Park

This year, Aarhus University is celebrating its 90th anniversary. The occasion will be marked by a big party in the University Park on 21 September, where all students and staff members are invited.

Professor Poul Nissen (Photo: The Carlsberg Foundation)

2018.09.03 | Public / media, Staff

Poul Nissen awarded the Carlsberg Foundation Research Prize 2018

Poul Nissen receives the Carlsberg Foundation Research Prize for his groundbreaking work in structural biology. The prize was given by HRH the Crown Princess, Minister of Higher Education and Science, Tommy Ahlers, and chairman of the Carlsberg Foundation, Flemming Besenbacher, as part of the annual banquet at the New Carlsberg Glyptotek on Sunday…

Professor Kaj Grønbæk has been appointed new head of department at Department of Computer Science. Photo: AU Pure

2018.08.31 | Staff, Public / media

New head of the Department at Computer Science

Professor Kaj Grønbæk has been appointed new head of department at Department of Computer Science from September 1, 2018.

The ST SUMMER HANGOUT was once again held at the Navitas Building at the Port of Aarhus. (Photo: dypång management)
There was fierce competition in many different disciplines. (Photo: dypång management)
True to tradition, the dean presented six ST Awards. This year’s winners were (from the left): Senior researcher Lise Nistrup Jørgensen (ST Industrial Collaboration Award), specialist manager at ST Finance Peder Damgaard (ST TAP Award), Professor Thomas Vosegaard (ST Education Award), Senior research Aksel Bo Madsen (who received the ST Public Sector Consultancy Award on behalf of a large group of people at the Department of Bioscience, , Professor Troels Skrydstrup (ST Science Award), Lene Niemann Nejsum (who received the ST Talent Award on behalf of her former PhD student Helene Halkjær Jensen), and Dean Niels Chr. Nielsen. (Photo: dypång management).
The summer hangout ended with music by the trio SP JUST FROST. (Photo: dypång management).

2018.08.31 | Staff

Collegial competition and harbour ‘hygge’

ST SUMMER HANGOUT was a great success again this year. More than 1,400 employees and PhD students took part in the faculty's summer party at Navitas on Friday 24 August.

2018.08.31 | Staff

RejsUd launched at AU

AU’s new travel expense settlement system RejsUd has been launched, and you will find guides and a FAQ on the RejsUd website. Note that new passwords for former AURUS users must contain at least eight characters, including special characters.

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