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2016.02.24 | Academic staff

Summerparty at Health

This year's summer party at Health features an allotment garden atmosphere, stand-up comedy with Jonatan Spang and live music with the Jungle Boogie Band. If this sounds appealing, then now is the time for you to register and to get your colleagues to do the same.

2016.02.24 | Administrative

Antivirus software from Sophos expires in February

AU’s Sophos license expires on 29 February 2016. It is therefore important to know that if you have a computer with Sophos antivirus software, your computer will no longer be protected against virus after this date. Sophos antivirus software may be installed on your work computer and on your private computer.

2016.02.24 | Research

Neuroscience Day 2016

Registration is now open for Neuroscience Day 2016 on May 4.

Kristian Gaarn du Jardin

2016.02.24 | PhD defense

PhD defense: Kristian Gaarn du Jardin

Unlocking the Antidepressant Potential of the Serotonergic-Glutamatergic Crosstalk

2016.02.22 | Administrative

All IT systems at AU Library/State and University Library will be closed from 4th-7th March

Due to a relocation of the server rooms at the State and University Library, all IT systems at the State and University Library and the AU Library will be out of service on Friday, March 4 at 18:00 to Monday, 7 March at 12:00. In addition, the State and University Library will be closed for access on Saturday, March 5.

Research will make it possible to replace animal protein with potato protein extracted from the production of potato starch. Thus, the potatoes will be exploited better and contribute to a more sustainable feeding of the world's growing population (Photo: the Innovation Fund Denmark).

2016.02.22 | Grants and awards

Potatoes as a sustainable alternative to animal protein

Research will make it possible to replace animal protein with potato protein extracted from the production of potato starch. Thus, the potatoes will be exploited better and contribute to a more sustainable feeding of the world's growing population.

2016.02.22 | Meeting

30th annual meeting of the Danish Society for Neuroscience

The ability to learn and memorize new information is one of the most central and fascinating features of our brain. But not only brains, also computers can learn. And the integration might lead to new ways of curing learning disabilities in CNS disorders. We therefore dedicate the 30th Annual Meeting of the Danish Society for Neuroscience to…

2016.02.22 | Meeting

Nordic Neuroscience 2017

Nordic Neuroscience 2017 is a scientific meeting for all neuroscientists in the Nordic and Baltic states.

2016.02.22 | Administrative

All IT systems at AU Library/State and University Library will be closed from 4th-7th March

Due to a relocation of the server rooms at the State and University Library, all IT systems at the State and University Library and the AU Library will be out of service on Friday, March 4 at 18:00 to Monday, 7 March at 12:00. In addition, the State and University Library will be closed for access on Saturday, March 5.

The influenza virus initially cheats the immune mechanism, which enables it to spread before being detected.

2016.02.22 | Research

Influenza viruses can hide from the immune system

Influenza is able to mask itself, so that the virus is not initially detected by our immune system. This is the result of new research from Aarhus University. The researchers behind the study hope that the discovery can be used to develop better treatment against influenza and chronic inflammation conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis.

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