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2020.08.27 | Seminar

Translational biomarkers & precision medicine seminar

Are you interested in learning more about state-of-the-art advanced biomarker discovery strategies? In this seminar we will highlight a range of timely topics and translational research for post-genomics biomarker development and disease pathophysiology for improved precision medicine.

2020.08.27 | Administrative

Summer means negotiation time for the TTO contract team

Whenever AU researchers have to negotiate large million-kroner contracts, the lawyers in the contract team at the Technology Transfer Office are ready to advise and support them in the complex negotiation processes. Even when many others are enjoying their holiday.

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2020.08.27 | Administrative

Remember to check your spam filter in the time to come

Now, AU IT will start launching a new technical solution designed to protect your inbox against fake emails which appear to be from Aarhus University. The solution will be implemented in one department/centre/unit at a time. AU IT will notify the unit when the implementation starts. Cybercriminals use various methods to get you to share…

2020.08.27 | Research

New publication from Marco Capogna's Group in Nature Neuroscience

Emma Louth and Marco Capogna from Marco Capogna's Group are co-authors on a new publication in nature neuroscience entitled: "A community-based transcriptomics classification and nomenclature of neocortical cell types."

2020.08.26 | Event

Seminar: Market Access and Basics of Regulatory Affairs for Drug Discovery and MedTech Start-ups

Regulatory approval is a key focus area when working with new therapeutics, diagnostics or medtech devices.

Four new courses in research communication are being offered this autumn. Photo: Aarhus University Hospital

2020.09.01 | Administrative

New research communication courses

This autumn, the Central Denmark Region and Aarhus University will offer four different courses giving researchers and PhD students training in how to communicate health science research to people who are not academics or specialists. Registration is now open.

2020.09.03 | Collaboration

Investment fund for entrepreneurial businesses moves into The Kitchen

Entrepreneurs at The Kitchen, the entrepreneurs hub for researchers and students at Aarhus University, will now have easier access to early-stage entrepreneurial funding. This is because Aarhus University has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with Denmark's largest start-up accelerator: Accelerace. Accelerace helps startups via…

Photo: Lars Kruse/AU

2020.08.26 | Event

Drop-in writing cafe supports researchers in their writing process

The Research Support Office will host their third writing cafe on 2 December, providing researchers from Health with the peace and quiet and advice needed to write their funding applications.

Photo: Lars Kruse/AU

2020.08.26 | Event

Drop-in writing cafe supports researchers in their writing process

The Research Support Office will host their second writing cafe on 4 November, providing researchers from Health with the peace and quiet and advice needed to write their funding applications.

Photo: Lars Kruse/AU

2020.08.26 | Event

Drop-in writing cafe supports researchers in their writing process

The Research Support Office will open the first writing cafe on 7 October, providing researchers from Health with the peace and quiet and advice needed to write their funding applications.

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