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On 1 May, Associate Professor Francesco Lescai will begin work on a new innovation project that has received almost DKK 11.3 million from the European Commission. Photo: Lars Kruse, Aarhus Universitet

2016.05.10 | Grants and awards

Major European grant to Aarhus researcher

On 1 May, Associate Professor Francesco Lescai will begin work on a new innovation project that has received almost DKK 11.3 million from the European Commission.

The new salary agreement catalogue will be applicable until 31March 2018.

2016.05.18 | Administrative

New salary agreement catalogue for employees at Health has come into force

The salary agreement catalogue for employees at Health has been revised with previously agreed supplements in several areas being added to the new catalogue, which has also been expanded with a section on special positions at SKT.

[Translate to English:] Letbane-byggeriet er i fuld gang på Randersvej og nærmer sig nu Health. Foto: Aarhus Letbane.

2016.05.10 | Administrative

Construction of the light rail may result in noise nuisance at Health

During the coming month, construction of the Aarhus Light Rail will include laying the rail tracks in the intersection between Nørrebrogade and Vennelyst Boulevard/Nørre Boulevard. This work may give noise nuisance at the Department of Biomedicine, the Department of Dentistry and at the School for Dental Assistants, Hygienists and Clinical…

The meetings combine academic knowledge, socialising and something to eat.

2016.05.25 | Events

Pizza binds the Department of Biomedicine together

Spend twenty minutes listening to what your colleagues are working on – and digest research results with the help of a slice of pizza and a beer. That is the recipe for a new series of meetings at the Department of Biomedicine. The lecture series has already resulted in increased knowledge across both departmental and faculty boundaries.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2016.05.10 | Administrative

New rules for study progress provide increased flexibility for students

Compulsory registration for exams will be abolished, and maximum time to degree will be introduced. The senior management team has adopted joint rules which specify how the new act on study progress is to be administered in practice at AU. The faculties will now start to clarify how to apply the rules in practice on the individual degree…

A true win-win, says Lise Wogensen about the collaboration between Health and Qiagen Aarhus. Photo: Jesper Rais

2016.05.12 | Collaboration

Health enters into a research collaboration with Qiagen Aarhus

A new collaboration focusing on knowledge exchange and research projects will give researchers from Health access to advanced molecular data analysis tools, while also helping Qiagen to further develop their products. A real win-win situation according to Vice-dean for Talent Development, Lise Wogensen Bach.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2016.05.10 | Education

New rules for study progress provide increased flexibility for students

Compulsory registration for exams will be abolished, and maximum time to degree will be introduced. The senior management team has adopted joint rules which specify how the new act on study progress is to be administered in practice at AU. The faculties will now start to clarify how to apply the rules in practice on the individual degree…

Berit Eika, pro-rector, Aarhus University

2016.05.10 | Policy and strategy

Biggest talents must be challenged

In developing a new model, Aarhus University will ensure that the most motivated students have the best opportunities for honing their expertise and developing their talents.

2016.05.18 | Administrative

New design on PURE business cards

PURE business cards have been given a makeover. The electronic business cards now use icons instead of text to symbolise email, location and phone number. Please note that the new design only supports pictures in .jpeg format.

2016.05.09 | Research

A calcium pump caught in the act

Researchers at Aarhus University have described one of the cell’s key enzymes, the calcium pump, in a so-called transition state. The findings provide a very detailed picture of how one of the body's most energy-consuming processes. Calcium pumps are intimately involved in the activity of muscle, and they are considered important targets for…

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