Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Communication

2015.09.29 | Staff

Debate about quarterly structure

A proposal for a new teaching structure at Science and Technology has been submitted for consultation.

2015.09.30 | Staff

Allocation of mobility scholarships and extra funds at Science and Technology

The Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF) is providing Science and Technology (ST) with up to DKK 2.1 million from its mobility fund for sabbatical grants in the form of co-financing study periods at top universities abroad. The extra funds will be used to carry out exceptional research and business promotion activities.

2015.09.29 | Staff

Eight new postdoctoral grants to Science and Technology

The Danish Council for Independent Research (DFF) has awarded postdoctoral grants to eight talented young researchers at Science and Technology.

2015.09.29 | Staff

Are your students innovative?

The Dean’s Challenge is a new innovation competition for Science and Technology students with good ideas and innovative solutions. The competition takes place from 9 November to 4 December 2015.

The attractive main building at the Sandbjerg Estate was built in 1788. Photo: AU Communication

2015.09.29 | Staff

Use Sandbjerg

The Sandbjerg Estate – Aarhus University’s course centre near Als Sound – is a good choice when you are organising courses or seminars. You can also apply for funding for different types of courses and workshops, or request a stay at Møllehuset (the Mill House) if you need peace and quiet to work on research or writing projects.

2015.09.25 | Staff

Focus on cheating at exams

Aarhus University has revised its rules concerning cheating at exams.

2015.09.23 | Staff

See ‘Ask a researcher’ on video

Aarhus University researchers answered questions on everything from Christianity to astrophysics on board the research vessel Aurora during the Aarhus Festival. See the video (in Danish) from TV2 East Jutland here.

2015.09.18 | Staff

On the way to an even stronger campus environment at Aarhus University

Towards the end of the year, a working group will look at ways to develop the study and teaching environment at Aarhus University and strengthen connections with the city. The starting point is input from both students and lecturers, and the work is expected to result in ten specific recommendations. Read more (in Danish only) here.

2015.09.11 | Staff

Poul Nissen awarded the international Gregori Aminoff Prize 2016

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Gregori Aminoff Prize in crystallography 2016 to Professor Poul Nissen, Aarhus University, Denmark, and Professor Chakashi Toyoshima, University of Tokyo, Japan.

2015.09.09 | Staff

Special funding for synergistic research activities

The Faculty Management Team has granted DKK 4.3 million to research projects that focus particularly on creating synergy cutting across Science and Technology’s research environments and that have the potential to achieve external funding.

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