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Marco Capogna and scientists from Oxford University receives EUR 2.5 million from ERC. Photo: Private

2016.12.20 | Grants and awards

Major grant goes to AU research into the human cerebral cortex’s cells

Oxford University in collaboration with Professor Marco Capogna from The Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University, receives EUR 2.5 million from the European Research Council (ERC). The grant will support a research project to investigate the human cerebral cortex.

[Translate to English:] Lars Rejnmark er tiltrådt som professor i medicinsk endokrinologi på AU.

2016.12.21 | People news

Researcher with an eye for vitamin D gets professorship at Aarhus University

Professor of medical endocrinology, Lars Rejnmark, Department of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University, conducts research into rare disorders and the calcium metabolism.

[Translate to English:] Foto: Colourbox.

2016.12.21 | Administrative

New Copydan agreement gives teaching staff better conditions for copying material

Universities Denmark has entered into a new agreement which provides better opportunities for copying material which is protected by copyright. The agreement will enter into force on 1 January 2017.

2016.12.22 | Talent development

Research communication on the curriculum

Increasing demand for courses in research communication, media training and press relations has led to the graduate school expanding its course catalogue. The aim is to prepare the PhD students to communicate their research to a wider audience.

2016.12.15 | Administrative

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2016.12.15 | Conference

Rethink Reformation 2017

International conference reflecting on 500 years of European history raising the questions of what the historical event of the reformation means for European societies today and what new reformations the continent requires now.

Cross-section of paradontitis tissue. The mucous membrane (M) with migrating leukocytes (L) can be seen in close contact with bacteria in the plaque (B).

2016.12.15 | Research

Bacterium can connect teeth and rheumatoid arthritis for some people

If you are genetically predisposed to rheumatoid arthritis and suffer from severe periodontitis, a specific bacterium in the mouth can increase the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis. This is shown by a collaboration between biomedical basic research from Aarhus University and American researchers.

2016.12.14 | Conference

Efter New Public Management

Hvordan skal styringen af den offentlige sektor se ud i de kommende ti år? Vær med til årets konference, hvor startskuddet går til en ny styringsmodel for den offentlige sektor sammen med landets førende politikere, forskere, embedsmænd, fagforeningsledere og faglige ledere. Vær med til en dag i selvransagelsens tegn, hvor du får oplægsholdernes…

2016.12.14 | Research

Danes use less energy on heating

With data from 28,000 single-family houses, researchers have analysed the historical development of our actual energy consumption for heating private houses. They can thereby document a clear effect of energy-saving requirements in the current building regulations.

Jens Peter Christensen studied at AU and has since pursued an academic career here

2016.12.16 | Policy and strategy

Jens Peter Christensen joins the Aarhus University Board

Supreme Court judge Professor Jens Peter Christensen, LLD, dr. jur., is the new external member of the Aarhus University Board.

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