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PhD student Thomas Dahl Nielsen.

2018.06.14 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Thomas Dahl Nielsen

Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia – Mapping the Cutaneous Innervation of the Surgical Incisions for Hip Fracture Surgery

2018.06.14 | PhD defense

PHD DEFENCE: Hanne Wacher Kjærgaard

Technology-mediated written corrective feedback in the Danish lower secondary classroom

2018.06.13 | Conference

Etc. Exchange Transformation Communication (NAES2019)

In Etc. we intend to find space for all of the above-mentioned areas of study, and for the transformative possibilities that may arise from communication and exchange between them.

2018.06.13 | Conference

39th Association for Environmental Archaeology Conference

The objective of the conference is to highlight recent developments in scientific approaches in archaeology, with a particular (albeit not exclusive) focus on northern Europe

2018.06.12 | Conference

China Emerges as a Global Power

A broad range of China expertise will initiate multi-disciplinary dialogues on the nature of China’s emergence as a global power and its implications for Denmark, taking into consideration business opportunities, cultural encounters and political challenges.

ReAP is not 'just' a management tool for overview and control, but also a system that benefits everyone and saves time. Vice-dean for Research Ole Steen Nielsen explains in a video how and why.

2018.06.12 | Research

More ReAP will benefit everyone

VIDEO: The faculty management team is intensifying its efforts in the fight for external research funding. This means that all applications from DKK 100,000 and above must now be entered in ReAP, the faculty's system for the registration of applications for funding. The goals are an overview of search patterns and to provide better help for those…

It looks like a butterfly made of plastic and is placed on the temples before sending electricity to the jaw when the muscles tighten. This stops people from grinding their teeth. 
Professor Peter Svensson has conducted research into bruxism and used his knowledge to contribute to the development of Grindcare. 
MSc in Engineering and PhD Faramarz Jadidi developed Grindcare, which reduces bruxism with small electric shocks. Today, a fourth generation of the product is available. The first versions were larger devices with cables and electrodes that were fastened to the head.

2018.06.14 | Research

Electric shocks stop people grinding their teeth

An engineer and a pain and muscle researcher pooled their knowledge to create a product that helps bruxism (teeth grinding) and provides a restful night's sleep.

2018.06.12 | Research

Course on Functional Neurogenetics and Genomics

Neuroscience School of Advanced Studies (NSAS) is hosting an advanced course on Functional Neurogenetics and Genomics in Isola di San Servolo, Venice, Italy.

2018.06.12 | Event

Medical Innovation Day 2018

Medical Innovation Day is an annual event, which brings together medical companies and students studying any discipline with relation to medicine, health and healthcare.

This is the last chance to take a communication course targeted at health science research at Health this year. Photo: Colourbox

2018.06.27 | Administrative

Course: Improve your research communication

How should you communicate your health science research to laymen without compromising on scientific integrity, and do you actually get to approve your quotes before the newspaper goes to print? Get the answers and become a better communicator on Health's media training course in August – your last chance to take this course in 2018.

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