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2020.12.15 | Event, PhD students, Dandrite

Your Wednesday Boost

Your Wednesday boost are recurrent mindfulness sessions for researchers and spouses at AU to improve and boost your wellbeing, in collaboration with the Danish Center for Mindfulness. Today's session is: Train your mind. All sessions are free to attend, but registration is mandatory.

2020.12.15 | Event, PhD students, Dandrite

Your Wednesday Boost

Your Wednesday boost are recurrent mindfulness sessions for researchers and spouses at AU to improve and boost your wellbeing, in collaboration with the Danish Center for Mindfulness. Today's session is: Wellbeing practice. All sessions are free to attend, but registration is mandatory.

2020.12.15 | Event, Academic staff, Dandrite

Your Wednesday Boost

Your Wednesday boost are recurrent mindfulness sessions for researchers and spouses at AU to improve and boost your wellbeing, in collaboration with the Danish Center for Mindfulness. Today's session is: Train your mind. All sessions are free to attend, but registration is mandatory.

2020.12.15 | Event, PhD students, Dandrite

Your Wednesday Boost

Your Wednesday boost are recurrent mindfulness sessions for researchers and spouses at AU to improve and boost your wellbeing, in collaboration with the Danish Center for Mindfulness. Today's session is: Wellbeing practice. All sessions are free to attend, but registration is mandatory.

2020.12.15 | Event, Technical / administrative staff, Dandrite

Your Wednesday Boost

Your Wednesday boost are recurrent mindfulness sessions for researchers and spouses at AU to improve and boost your wellbeing, in collaboration with the Danish Center for Mindfulness. Today's session is: Train your mind. All sessions are free to attend, but registration is mandatory.

2020.12.15 | Research, Academic staff, Health

Aarhus University and industry start five open research projects to pave the way for new pharmaceuticals

Kidney diseases, atherosclerosis, colon cancer, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and neurological disorders are five global health problems that the first five research projects in the Open Discovery Innovation Network (ODIN) are now addressing. In the projects, researchers from Aarhus University and the pharmaceutical industry are working…

2020.12.15 | Grants and awards, PhD students, Neuroscience

Congratulations to Keisuke Yonehara who has been awarded a grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation

Keisuke Yonehara has been awarded the Novo Nordisk Foundation Exploratory Interdisciplinary Synergy Programme with 4.996.374 DKK for 3 years from 1 June 2021, entitled "BIRD – BIocompatible Retinal prosthesis for restoring visual computations in blinding Diseases ". This project involves a collaboration with Drs. Toke Bek at AU Hospital…

2020.12.15 | Research, Public/Media, Dandrite

EMBO newsletter feature on the inauguration of the Danish national cryo-EM facility

In recent years, advances in hardware and software have paved the way for the current growth of the application of cryogenic electron microscopy (cryo-EM). Denmark was one of the first countries to recognize and exploit the potential of this technique on a national level... Read the full feature in the latest EMBO newsletter (page 13)

2020.12.17 | Research, Public/Media, Health

Aerobic exercise leads to fewer attacks for multiple sclerosis patients

Going for a bike ride is beneficial for you – also for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). At least, a study from Aarhus University suggests that aerobic exercise reduces the number of attacks.

Jasper Albertus Nijkamp receives the grant to explore the potential of a new scanning method, which can reduce the risk of cancer patients having to undergo an operation again. Photo: Katrine Lind Møgelgaard.

2020.12.14 | Grants and awards, Public/Media, Health

New scanning method reduces the risk of reoperation

Ten minutes. That is how quickly surgeons will in future be able to assess whether the entire tumour and the affected tissue around it has been removed during surgery on cancer patients. Associate Professor Jasper Albertus Nijkamp from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital receives almost DKK two million to explore the potential of the…

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