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2013.10.31 | People news, Academic staff, All AU units

Doctoral defence on Northern Europe’s continental development

On Friday 1 November, Associate Professor Niels Balling, Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University, is defending his doctoral dissertation on more than three billion years of development in Northern Europe’s deep geological structures and geological processes.

2013.10.31 | Public/Media, All AU units, Business and finance

AU student wins high-profile student paper competition

Economy student Boris Georgiev from Aarhus University has won the prestigious International Atlantic Economic Society’s Best Undergraduate Paper Competition ahead of students from such renowned universities as UC Berkeley, Stanford University and University of California.

The grant recipient Marleen Kortenoeven, Aarhus University, Department of Biomedicine.

2013.11.19 | People news, All groups, Department of Biomedicine

Kidney researcher from Aarhus University receives major grant

Marleen Kortenoeven from Aarhus University researches in kidneys and how they affect the body’s water and salt balance. The Danish Council for Independent Research has recently made a grant of DKK 2,958,396 to her research, which has the aim of creating a better understanding of high blood pressure.

[Translate to English:] En ny undersøgelse fra Aarhus viser, at uretfærdige chefer og arbejdspladser med uklare arbejdsgange kan være årsag til depression. Foto: Tonny Foghmar, Aarhus Universitetshospital.

2013.11.11 | Research, All groups, Health

A fair organisation can prevent depression

Chaotic piles of paper on the desktop are not the cause of depression. But a large-scale survey from Aarhus shows that unfair managers and workplaces with unclear working procedures can be.

Grant recipient Rasmus O. Bak, Aarhus University, Department of Biomedicine.

2013.11.05 | People news, All groups, Department of Biomedicine

Large grant takes gene researcher to Stanford University

PhD student Rasmus O. Bak from Aarhus University has just received a DKK 2,468,080 grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research. The grant will be used for a three-year research project at Stanford University, California focusing on finding a cure for HIV.

A cell with the defence protein (in red) captures HIV outside the cell’s core (in yellow). This leads to the cell’s defence system being activated and subsequently blocking the HIV infection.

2013.10.31 | Health and disease, All groups, Department of Biomedicine

Danish research provides new knowledge about the body’s fight against HIV

A study of the body's reactions to the HIV virus by Danish researchers has led to new understanding of the immune system's fight against HIV. The discovery is an important step on the road towards the future development of new methods for treating HIV.

Newly appointed honorary professor at Aarhus University, Department of Clinical Medicine, Michael C. Parker.

2013.11.06 | People news, Public/Media, Department of Clinical Medicine

New honorary professor at Aarhus University

Michael C. Parker has just been appointed honorary professor of surgery at Aarhus University.

2013.11.06 | People news, Public/Media, Department of Biomedicine

Large grant goes to researcher from Aarhus University

Tove Christensen has just received financial support for her research project to study the causes of multiple sclerosis. The DKK 262,000 grant was awarded by the Riisfort Foundation.

2013.10.24 | Education, Students, All AU units

Stand or vote at the 2013 election

In the period 25–28 November, students will once again be electing representatives to the numerous councils, boards and committees at the university. This is the perfect opportunity for budding student politicians to take centre stage – while others can seek to gain influence by voting for their favourite candidates.

2013.10.23 | Administrative, All AU units, Students

The Student Self Service System is now open

The Student Self Service System (STADS) is now open and operates normally. All data are now gathered in one system only which means that you only need to access one system no matter which study programme you are in. In addition, all AU courses will be gathered in only one AU Course Catalogue in 2014.

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