Aarhus University Seal / Aarhus Universitets segl

News Archive

2016.10.10 | Conference

Conference: Challenges in international recruitment

One of the most important tasks for universities in relation to internationalisation is the recruitment and retention of international research talents. AU is organising a conference to promote debate on the opportunities and challenges in international recruitment.

Sketch has been prepared by E+N Arkitektur.

2016.10.11 | Collaboration

Aarhus University brainstorms about Campus 2.0

On Friday 7 October 2016, representatives from business, culture, politics and Aarhus city government will join the university for the first of two workshops which will kickstart the process of creating a modern urban campus.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2016.10.06 | Research

First prize

Lise Pilgaard Rasmussen from TNU won 1st prize at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the The Danish Society for Pharmacology, Toxicology and Medicinal Chemistry (DSFTM) at Sandbjerg Estate.

Trine Hyrup Mogensen receives the award for young research talents, which is named after Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou. The award was presented at an event held at Health on 6 October 2016. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2016.10.17 | People news

Award winner discovered her career path at the age of 15

By chance, Trine Hyrup Mogensen found her way into a laboratory as part of her work experience during the final year of school. Now she is an elite, international researcher and the first recipient of the Jens Christian Skou Award.

At the award ceremony, Trine Hyrup Mogensen greeted Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou, after whom the award is named. On the left is Health's acting dean Ole Steen Nielsen, who presented the award. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2016.10.17 | People news

Exceptionally talented researcher receives the Jens Christian Skou Award

Associate Professor and Specialty Registrar Trine Hyrup Mogensen from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital is the very first recipient of the Jens Christian Skou award in recognition of her unique research efforts.

The study can shed light on whether it is possible to learn to remember better by training musical skills. If this is the case, then music could be the way to better learning in the schools says Peter Vuust. (Photo: Thomas Knoop).

2016.10.24 | Research

Playing music could improve your memory

Researchers from The Centre for Music in the Brain at Aarhus University are readying an analysis that will, for the first time, uncover how music affects memory. The data comes from 30,000 school pupils, who all had their musical listening skills and then their memory tested during last week’s Science Week.

2016.10.05 | PhD defense

PhD defense: Lise Bols Toustrup

Pathogenesis of autosomal dominant familial neurohypophyseal diabetes insipidus – from protein misfolding to degeneration of magnocellular neurons

2016.10.05 | PhD defense

PhD defense: Jacob Johnsen

Cardiac ischemia/reperfusion injury - Ischemic conditioning and the role of Kv7 channels and sortilin

2016.10.21 | Collaboration

Debate: It is difficult to plan major discoveries

Aarhus University will be honouring the research talents of the future when it presents the Jens Christian Skou Award tomorrow; but at the same time, it is also a warning against reducing non-targeted research funding.

2016.10.05 | PhD defense

PhD defense: Christian Bjerregaard Olesen

Perfluoroalkyl acids in serum of Danish pregnant women: Levels, time trends, extraction, and ex vivo xenoestrogenicity

Showing results 71 to 80 of 97

Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next