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2018.03.23 | Administrative

Newsletter 83 - March 2018

Dear All Please find latest news:

[Translate to English:] Foto: Colourbox

2018.03.23 | Administrative

Limited IT in the weekend 21 - 22 April

IT maintenance work will affect AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 21 and 22 April 2018.

A total of 3,148 young people have applied to a study programme at Health via quota 2. Photo: Lars Kruse, Aarhus University.

2018.04.05 | Education

Quota 2: Increase in applications to the study programmes at Health

This year, more than 3,000 hopeful young people have applied to Health's study programmes. Almost a third of them have AU as their first priority – which is the highest proportion ever. This means the health science study programmes remain very popular. Almost two out of three applications to Health are to the medical degree programme.

[Translate to English:] Foto: Lars Kruse

2018.04.03 | Administrative

Occupational health and safety organisation in place at AU

The election for the occupational health and safety organisation at AU has now been completed successfully. Both new and experienced candidates have been elected as occupational health and safety representatives, and the enormous support for the election has pleased Rector Brian Bech Nielsen, chairman of the Main Occupational Health and Safety…

Photo: Lars Kruse

2018.04.03 | Administrative

GREAT INTEREST IN AU'S TECHNOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAMMES

More and more young people are submitting applications to AU's IT and engineering degree programmes, and there is a general increase in applications across the university's four faculties, according to the final statement relating to quota 2 applications.

The researchers are trying to develop medicine for patients who have suffered degeneration of the nerve cells which control muscle movement. Photo: NMD Pharma.

2018.03.23 | Research

Foundations invest DKK 280 million in biomedical company

A company founded by three biomedical researchers has received one of the largest ever investments in a Danish biotech company in the form of a large capital injection by four major European investment foundations. With the investment, the researchers can now follow their basic research in muscles to end and see it converted into medicinal…

2018.03.21 | Talent development

Where do I go with questions about OK18?

Aarhus University is approaching a lockout, which may affect you as an employee at AU. You can get answers to your questions on the OK18 page and from your union or local union representative.

The results of a survey of AU's PhD students show that there is a generally high level of satisfaction with PhD degree programmes, students enjoy good relationships with their supervisors and there is an increase in students' perception of integration in the research environment. Photo: Lars Kruse

2018.03.26 | Talent development

NINE OUT OF TEN STUDENTS HAPPY WITH PHD DEGREE PROGRAMME

PhD students at Aarhus University enjoy high levels of satisfaction and motivation, but they also feel they are under a lot of pressure. These are some of the findings from a recently published survey of AU's PhD students.

Match Making Day 2018 takes place on 19 April and the intention is to bring research and business and industry closer together. Photo: Melissa Yildirim (archive)

2018.03.21 | Events

Match Making Day 2018: Science and companies meet each other

On Thursday 19 April, Health will hold its Match Making Day for researchers, students and business and industry. The event provides the framework so that collaboration and closer relationships can develop between research and industry.

2018.03.20 | Event

MIB guest talk: Ben Gold

Ben Gold, doctoral candidate from McGill University, Canada, visits Center for Music in the Brain (MIB) and gives talk on neural response to music.

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