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2016.12.01 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

Research communication gets ethical guidelines

New research results should be communicated in the media, but this must be done in an ethical manner. The faculty management team at Health has adopted a range of principles for responsible research communication. The goal is to create more trust between researchers, media and the communication department.

2016.11.24 | Health and disease, Academic staff, CFIN

CFIN & MIB Guest Talk: Dr. Roel Willems

Dr. Roel Willems, Senior Researcher, Centre for Language Studies & Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour Radboud University Nijmegen is visiting Aarhus and will give a CFIN/MIB Guest Talk on: The narrative mind: Neurocognitive insights into literary reading.

Specialty Registrar and PhD Kirstine Stochholm. Private photo.

2016.11.29 | People news, Public/Media, Department of Clinical Medicine

Aarhus University has a new Doctor of Medical Science in Endocrinology

Kirstine Stochholm from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital conducts research into the life stories of people with either too many or too few sex chromosomes. She will now defend her higher doctoral dissertation.

Head of Section Marie Cornelis. Photo: AU Photo.

2016.11.24 | People news, Public/Media, Department of Dentistry

Dentist from AU receives a grant of DKK two million

Dentist from Aarhus University Marie Cornelis has received DKK 2,000,000 from the Aarhus University Research Foundation.

2016.11.24 | Talent development, PhD students, Graduate School of Health

Summer School on Intellectual Property

Bonn, 31 July to 11 August 11 2017

2016.11.23 | Conference, Art, culture and media, Academic staff

Children's Media and Literature in a Mediatized World

Children and young people are in many cases producers and co-producers of media content themselves, and they often seem to cross traditional borders between digital and analogue media and texts in their everyday practices. These developments bring about analytical, theoretical, methodological and empirical challenges which will be addressed at…

Aarhus University has joined a new European network of 18 research-intensive universities, the Guild of European Research Intensive Universities. Photo: Lars Kruse

2016.11.25 | Research, Research, All groups

AU joins European network for research-intensive universities

Aarhus University will strengthen its influence on European research policy through membership in a new international university network

2016.11.22 | Research, Public/Media, External target group

Whales have conscious control of their heart rate

New research shows that Denmark’s resident whale – the harbour porpoise – can consciously control its pulse. The new results provide a closer understanding of how harbour porpoises survive beneath the surface.

The result is better learning, a higher rate of attendance and revitalisation – also for associate professors and professors, concludes Ole Mors, who is professor and chair of psychiatry.

2016.11.24 | Education, Academic staff, Department of Clinical Medicine

From lectures to videos, discussions and quizzes

Online tools, problem-solving teaching in groups and other new initiatives have replaced the traditional lectures in psychiatry for medical students on the Master’s degree programme. The result is better learning, a higher rate of attendance and revitalisation – also for associate professors and professors, concludes Ole Mors, who is professor and…

2017.03.28 | Conference, Academic staff, External target group

ISFTE 2017

Theme: Education – teaching and learning for the future

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