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[Translate to English:] (foto: AU Foto)

2018.05.17 | Public / media, Staff

Millions of DKK for non-earmarked research

The Independent Research Fund Denmark has allocated funding to 27 researchers at Science and Technology.

Photo: Melissa Bach Yildirim

2018.05.03 | Staff

Strengthen your network with new interdisciplinary meetings at AIAS

A series of new interdisciplinary afternoon events have been scheduled in order to help researchers enlarge their networks and encourage debate on the academic culture across academic fields. All are welcome!

The framework for Aarhus University's physical development in the years ahead was presented at a mass meeting on 2 May 2018. This includes consolidating engineering activities at Katrinebjerg. (Graphics: AART Architects)
ST in the future: a life science cluster across the University Park connects MBG with BIOS and AGRO, a strong technology axis links the engineering activities to natural-sciences subjects at campus, and ind the middle the strongly integrated teaching environment will be extended and function as a hub for study activities. (Illustration: ST Communication).

2018.05.01 | Staff, Public / media

ST to consolidate Aarhus activities on campus and at Katrinebjerg

The framework for Aarhus University's physical development in the years ahead was presented at a mass meeting on 2 May 2018. For ST, this means that, after a long wait, the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics will be consolidated in University City; it means moving from Kalø and Silkeborg and gathering life-science activities in the…

2018.04.23 | Staff

Invitation to a general meeting about the plans for AU’s physical development

All members of staff and students are invited to a general meeting on 2 May in the Main Hall, where the senior management team's plans for the university’s physical development will be presented.

Aarhus University signed a cooperation agreement with the China Geological Survey this week. (Photo: Lars Kruse)
Niels Christian Nielsen, dean at Science and Technology, and Wang Yan, director of the China Geological Survey, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to expand research collaboration within bioscience and geoscience at Aarhus University. (Photo: Lars Kruse) 
At the same time, a more specific project cooperation agreement was concluded to establish a global infrastructure in coastal marsh and swamp areas. The agreement was signed by Siyuan Ye, director of the Key Laboratory of Coastal Wetland Biogeosciences under the China Geological Survey, and Hans Brix, head of department at the Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University. (Photo: Lars Kruse)

2018.04.17 | Public / media, Staff

Aarhus University signs cooperation agreement with the China Geological Survey

A delegation from the China Geological Survey visited Aarhus University on 10 April to sign a cooperation agreement (Memorandum of Understanding) to expand research collaboration within bioscience and geoscience.

The Alumni Day was an opportunity to learn more about the latest research within various fields. These alumni from the Department of Bioscience are hearing about drone technology. (Photo: Lars Kruse)
Esben Ejsing, alumnus from the Department of Mathematics.
Mette Kølbæk Christensen, alumna from the Department of Geoscience.
Tram Boo Ngoc Nguyen, alumna from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics.

2018.04.18 | Staff, Public / media

Well-attended Alumni Day at Science and Technology

More than 1,300 former students and employees visited their former academic environment on Thursday 5 April to see old fellow students and teachers, to attend presentations of the latest research within their fields of expertise, and to tour the laboratories and see new research facilities.

2018.04.05 | Staff

English course for international employees in June

Do you struggle with presentations in English? Would you like to better contribute at English meetings? Or would you just like to be better at small talk? Then the English course for international employees may be for you.

2018.04.13 | Staff

Having trouble with Blackboard? Contact the new support desk

On 1 April, a new independent support desk for Blackboard opened. The support desk will provide technical support and respond to inquiries about functionality.

The Novo Nordisk Foundation has awarded a total of twelve investigator grants in the life sciences and biomedical field.
Mikkel Heide Schierup, Professor, Centre for Bioinformatics, Aarhus University (Photo: AU)
Ditlev Egeskov Brodersen, Associate Professor, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University (Photo: AU)
Peter Refsing Andersen, Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University (Photo: AU)

2018.04.05 | Staff, Public / media

Three multi-million grants from the Novo Nordisk Foundation

The Novo Nordisk Foundation has granted three researchers from Science and Technology DKK 10 million each for research projects in the life sciences and biomedical field.

This digger was ready to take over excavation work after the invited 'manual diggers’ had finished. (Photos: Rasmus Rørbæk)
Dean Niels Christian Nielsen welcomed the guests. (Photo: Melissa Bach Yildirim)
Mayor Jacob Bundsgaard (Social Democrats) spoke of the courageous decision to work towards having one of the world's strongest food clusters in Aarhus. (Photo: Melissa Bach Yildirim)
The sod was cut by (from left) Jørgen Lang (director, FEAS), Mayor Jacob Bundsgaard, Michelle Williams (head of department),  Anders Kühnau (chair of the regional council), Dean Niels Christian Nielsen, and Anne-Marie Hansen (CEO from Agro Food Park). (Photo: Melissa Bach Yildirim)
The Aarhus University Choir were ready to entertain guests with beautiful songs from near and far. (Photo: Melissa Bach Yildirim)

2018.04.18 | Staff

Further groundbreaking for food

A Chinese philosopher once said; “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”. This also applies for ambitious construction projects: building a new 9,000 m2 department begins with a single hole in the ground. And now, on a beautiful spring day 20 March, the first sod has been cut for the new Department of Food Science building.

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