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2019.11.20 | Seminar

RESEARCH FUNDING - EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES?

Female researchers receive only a smaller part of the funding from Danish research funds. In addition, the success rate for females is lower than the success rate for males in grant applications. Furthermore, the Danish research environment lags behind when it comes to the share of female applicants to European research grants. How do we explain…

2019.11.20 | Course

CodeRefinery workshop in Aarhus

Teaching researchers in sustainable software development.

2019.11.20 | Event

Talk by Francesco Ferraguti and Norbert Hajos

Talk by Norbert Hajos, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary and Francesco Ferraguti, Dept. Pharmacology, Medical University of Innsbruck, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria.

2019.11.20 | Research

New research project may pave the way for a farewell to artificial colours in food

Based on violet carrots, Henrik Brinch-Pedersen from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics and his collaborators will make it possible to replace more artificial colours in food with natural colours based on vegetables. The Innovation Fund has invested almost DKK 15 million (around Euro 2 million) in the project.

2019.11.19 | Event

Join the Sustainable Energy Days at Department of Engineering

THE EVOLVING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCIENCE & BUSINESS. The extended Science Lunch program on Sustainable Energy, this time with a Guest Speaker from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Ted Zoller.

Søren Egedal Degn (left), Kathrin Weyer (middle) and Ole Schmeltz Søgaard are Sapere Aude recipients this year. Photo: The Independent Research Fund Denmark

2019.11.19 | Grants and awards

Three Health researchers receive Sapere Aude millions

Three cheers for Health! Ole Schmeltz Søgaard from Department of Clinical Medicine and Kathrin Weyer and Søren Egedal Degn from Department of Biomedicine are among this year’s Sapere Aude recipients. All three researchers receive million-kroner grants to boost their research.

IOFOS: International Organization for Forensic Odonto-Stomatology

2019.11.19 | Course

POSTPONED: Disaster Victim Identification Course

With the patronage of IOFOS we welcome you to the international forensic odontology course Disaster Victim Identification 16-20 March 2020 in Aarhus, Denmark.

Eleven AU researchers have been selected to become Sapere Aude research leaders by the Independent Research Fund Denmark. Photo: The Independent Research Fund Denmark

2019.11.22 | Research

ELEVEN EXTRAORDINARY AU RESEARCHERS RECEIVE SAPERE AUDE RESEARCH LEADER GRANTS

The Independent Research Fund Denmark will support 35 outstanding, early career researchers with original ideas and strong leadership skills with a total amount of DKK 208 million. Eleven AU researchers are among the recipients and will become Sapere Aude research leaders.

[Translate to English:] De 3 vinderteams på scenen. Foto: Martin Gravgaard

2019.11.22 | Events

AU Challenge final with sustainability theme

300 guests attended the final of the AU Challenge, an interdisciplinary case competition in which nine teams of students presented innovative solutions to business cases on sustainability.

2019.11.18 | Administrative

The results of the 2019 university elections are in

This year's university elections are over. The have been votes counted and the victorious candidates informed. There are new faces, for example on the AU Board, which will welcome four new members at its meetings after 1 February 2020. Read more about the elections and see the results.

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