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2020.04.01 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

Increase in quota 2 applications to AU

Quota 2 applications to Aarhus University have increased– in particular to IT programmes.

2020.03.20 | Event, Academic staff, Neurocampus

EMC2020 in Copenhagen

Poul Nissen, Thomas Boesen og Arne Møller are responsible for organizing session ”CryoEM from Membrane Proteins to Large Complexes”.

Professor Jørgen Kjems leads the group of AU researchers participating in the project. Photo: Peter F. Gammelby

2020.03.20 | Research, Public/Media, Dandrite

AU steps up the virus research with millions from the Carlsberg Foundation

Professor Jørgen Kjems from MBG and iNANO, and Affiliated Researcher at DANDRITE will collaborate with researchers from Health, the University of Copenhagen and the Danish Serum Institute, and with DKK 25 millions from the Carlsberg Foundation they will develop methods for diagnosis, treatment and prevention of SARS-CoV-2 infections. The goal is…

2020.03.20 | Event, Public/Media, Dandrite

Virtual Writing Club

Join DANDRITE's Virtual Writing Club via Zoom by clicking here. The meeting ID: 957 146 452 and the password is: CoronaD13.

2020.03.20 | Policy and strategy, Public/Media, Dandrite

DANDRITE web is updated: Lockdown - working from home

We are all affected by the current situation, and working from home can be a challenge. For inspiration on how to manage working from home, see the new page: Lockdown - working from home. We have listed webinars/online courses, work related activities and inspiration on how to cope in general. Remember first and foremost to stay safe and…

Fly Copulation. Credit: Philipsborn Research group 
Graphical abstract: During copulation, males transfer not only sperm, but also seminal fluid. The authors hypothesize: Specific components of the male accessory gland secondary cells - secondary cell products (SCPs) cause the female to start singing. Her singing in turn prompts the male to allocate his ejaculate differently, ultimately giving him a reproductive advantage over other males, by biasing the female to mate with the next male later. Credit: Peter Kerwin, PhD-student, Philipsborn group

2020.03.19 | Research, Public/Media, Department of Biomedicine

Do your neighbours have a noisy love life? Consider yourself lucky that you are not a fruit fly! Anne von Philipsborn’s group has discovered that female fruit flies sing by pulsed wing vibrations while they are copulating.

The new study, published yesterday in Nature Communications, was led by experts in behavioural genetics and circuit neuroscience in Drosophila at DANDRITE. The researchers’ findings on Drosophila sexual behaviour are important for understanding the complexity of neurocircuitry and behavioural genetics. In this article, first author of the paper…

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2020.03.16 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

IT security: Important information for everyone working from home

The current corona situation means that record numbers of Danes will be working from home for a while. This makes us even more vulnerable to cyber criminals, and AU has already registered an increase in the number of phishing emails we receive. So please be careful when you work from home.

Chairman of the Carlsberg Foundation, Flemming Besenbacher, states: “COVID-19 is developing exponentially right now, so we are pleased that we have quickly been able to mobilise a collaboration between a number of the world’s leading researchers to contribute to solving the enormous challenges we are facing.”

2020.03.20 | Research, Public/Media, External target group

The Carlsberg Foundation donates millions towards coronavirus research at Aarhus University

As a direct result of the spread of coronavirus and the acute health crisis in Denmark and the rest of the world, the Carlsberg Foundation has donated DKK 25 million towards research into social behaviour during the coronavirus epidemic and DKK 25 million towards the development of improved methods of diagnosis, treatment and prevention. The…

2020.03.19 | PhD defense, Health and disease, Public/Media

Virtual PhD defence: Trine Block Mattesen

Molecular subtyping for improved prognostication of colorectal cancer.

[Translate to English:] Professor Søren Riis Paludan er del af forskerholdet, som skal finde metoder til at bekæmpe coronavirus.

2020.03.19 | Grants and awards, Health and disease, Academic staff

Grant: The goal is to prepare the world to resist a pandemic

Professor Søren Riis Paludan from the Department of Biomedicine is one of several leading virus and vaccine researchers who have been hastily assembled to carry out research into solutions that limit and prevent future viral pandemics. The research receives DKK 25 million in support from the Carlsberg Foundation.

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