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2021.04.16 | Research, PhD students, Dandrite

New publication from Olav Andersen's lab

The article is entitled: "Expression of an alternatively spliced variant of SORL1 in neuronal dendrites is decreased in patients with Alzheimer’s disease." You can find more information and a link to the publication here.

2021.04.14 | Meeting, Public/Media, Promemo


The PROMEMO Inspire meetings take place every other Thursday from 8:30-9:30. All staff and students at PROMEMO meet to discuss project updates, new methods and papers and to give feedback on challenges and new ideas in order to facilitate interactions and collaborations among the PROMEMO groups.

2021.04.14 | Research, Public/Media, External target group

New professor sees plenty of opportunities for women to power the green transition

Selin Kara is a new professor at the Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering at Aarhus University, where her research aims at using natural processes as a substitute for one of the world's most polluting industries. She wants to see more women in engineering and other STEM programmes, but there is a lack of role models, she says.

2021.04.14 | PhD defense, Public/Media, Graduate School of Health

Virtual PhD defence: Mette Wulf Christensen

Are ovarian ageing and general ageing associated? An epidemiological and molecular view on the effects of early ovarian ageing

Professor Irena Sailer will be giving the presentation "Reconstructive dentistry in the era of digitalisation" for all interested researchers, educators and dentists on 22 April.

2021.04.16 | Events, Academic staff, IOOS

Get updated on prosthodontics in the digital era with Irena Sailer

Section for Prosthetic Dentistry invites you to join their virtual journal club with Professor Irena Sailer, who is one of the world's leading researchers in fixed prosthodontics and implantology. On Thursday 22nd of April at 8:00-9:00 pm, she gives a presentation with the title ‘Reconstructive dentistry in the era of digitalisation’ – and all are…

Prorector Berit Eika is excited that AU has been able to reserve means to benefit student life. Photo: Anders Trærup.

2021.04.19 | Research, Research, All groups

A million kroner pool to boost student life after reopening

The Committee on Education has set aside DKK 1 million to boost student life as Aarhus University welcomes students back to campus.

2021.04.12 | PhD defense, PhD students, Dandrite

Qualifying exam: Calcium transport at atomic resolution and by single molecules

Qualifying exam by PhD student Sara Basse Hansen from Kjærgaard Group, Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics. The exam will take place online.

2021.04.12 | Event, Students, Dandrite

PhD Career Week

PhD Career Day's special edition in 2021: Virtual PhD Career Week (20-22 April). PhD Career Day is an annual event where young researchers can learn more about their career prospects, meet with companies, and network. You can find more information and sign up link here.

One of the first (and largest) buildings will be a large lecture theatre with seating capacity for 800 and which can be divided into either two lecture theatres with seating for 400 each, or 3 lecture theatres with seating for 400, 200 and 200. In addition to its main function as teaching facilities, the lecture theatre will also be used for external events such as conferences and symposia. The auditorium has been designed as a rotunda in glass and aluminium. Visualisations are created by AART Architects.

2021.04.12 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

The University City: How the new site for Aarhus BSS is to be developed

Flexible teaching and study environments, good use of space, architectural qualities and sustainable technical solutions. These are the cardinal elements in the joint proposal from A. Enggaard A/S, AART Architects, LYTT Landscape and NIRAS, who have won the contract to develop buildings and outdoor areas for Aarhus BSS in the University City.

Photo: Colourbox

2021.04.12 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

PHISHING EMAILS IN CIRCULATION: Do not open attached file

Phishing emails are currently in circulation and the sender pretends to be Aarhus University. The email is primarily sent to people outside AU and the purpose is to entice the recipient into opening an attached file that may infect the recipient’s computer with a virus. If you are contacted by partners or others who have received the email, please…

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