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2019.08.27 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Iben Bach Damgaard

Femtosecond laser surgery and tissue implantation for treatment of corenal refractive errors.

2019.08.27 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Daniel Gramm Kristensen

Uncertain Principles and Visual Information.

2019.08.27 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Jacob Gammelgaard Schultz

A novel porcine in-vivo model of acute pulmonary embolism. Role of pulmonary vasodilatation by stimulation of the NO-sGC-cGMP pathway.

2019.08.27 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Linda Aagaard Rasmussen

Detecting recurrence of cancer and second primary cancer: Exploring the role of general practice.

The next step will be to study how the flippases’ ability to produce electrical current affects the other pumps, channels and enzymes in a cell membrane, and how possible mutations in the flippases can displace the electrical potential and lead to diseases, professor Jens Peter Andersen says.

2019.08.27 | Research

Fat pumps generate electrical power

When the vital pump function of the flippases moves lipid molecules around in the cell membranes of the body, an electrical current is created which may play a role in controlling a number of essential processes in the body. This is shown by a new study from Aarhus University.

When this little guy is whimpering the sound is just as sad as the sound of a crying baby, a new study shows. Photo: J. Carter, Pexels.
It makes sense, that we experience a need to respond to dog sounds, because a dog is - unlike a cat - utterly dependent on its human host for food and care, says Christine Parsons.

2019.08.26 | Research

Hush, baby – the dog is whimpering!

Dogs communicate distress to humans more effectively than cats, and pet ownership is linked to greater sensitivity to emotion in cat meows and dog whines. A new study shows that adults rate dog whines as sounding just as sad as a human baby’s cries.

2019.08.26 | Event

Biomedicine Seminar: Water balance – from kidney to colon

Associate professor, Hanne Bjerregaard Møller from The Department of Biomedicine will present work from her research group.

According to Asser Hedegård Thomsen, family is one of the most dangerous groups to involved in – viewed from a forensic medicine perspective. Photo Lars Kruse
Medical specialist in forensic medicine, PhD student Asser Hedegård Thomsen. Photo: Lars Kruse

2019.08.23 | Research

New research: More than every second female homicide is committed by the partner

Intimate partner homicide – that is women who are killed by their partner - constitutes a significant proportion of the homicide statistics in Denmark. A new and extensive research study from the Department of Forensic Medicine at Aarhus University examines all homicides in Denmark over a quarter of a century.

2019.08.23 | Events

Do you have a new co-worker who needs an introduction to AU?

There will be an introduction day for new AU employees on 4 October 2019. Remember to encourage your new co-workers to participate.

2019.08.23 | Administrative

Danish for international researchers and spouses at Aarhus University

CLAVIS offers Danish Education at Global classroom. Global classroom tuition is blended learning for students who study at Danish Education 3 and needs a flexible tuition both online as well as classroom tuition.

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