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Easy and open access to scientific articles is essential for research. Now the Royal Danish Library negotiated an open access agreement with publishing giant Elsevier. Archivphoto: Maria Randima/AU.

2021.02.08 | Research

Open Access agreement gives free access to research publications

On behalf of the eight Danish universities,the Royal Danish Library has negotiated an agreement with the publisher Elsevier which provides researchers with immediate, free reading access to Elsevier’s research publications.

Universities Denmark have made principles for the universities' cooperation with external parties. The new principles match AU's own basic rules. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2021.02.10 | Collaboration

Universities Denmark launches national principles for research collaboration with external partners

When university researchers collaborate on research projects with external partners, there must be no doubt about the rules of the game. This is the defining principle of Aarhus University’s ground rules for collaboration with external partners. Now Universities Denmark has defined a set of common principles for research collaboration that are…

2021.02.03 | Research

Data generating growth in agro-industry

A new research project is offering help to small and medium-sized Danish agro-companies to work strategically with data, generate growth, and develop new digital business models.

2021.02.02 | PhD defense

Virtual PhD defence: Jens Hartlev

Platelet-rich fibrin membranes in lateral alveolar ridge augmentation

2021.02.02 | Seminar

Neuroscience seminar

Randy M. Bruno, Associate Professor at the Department of Neuroscience and the Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute at Columbia University, US: “The Many Layers of Touch"

2021.02.02 | Seminar

AIAS Seminar: Morten Overgaard, AIAS Fellow

Consciousness and cognitive access

2021.02.02 | Seminar

AIAS Seminar: David Stokes, AIAS Fellow

Transport of ions across biological membranes: Active transport of potassium and zinc in bacteria

2021.02.02 | Public/Media

AIAS Seminar: Christina Esteva Font, AIAS Fellow

Prostaglandin receptors and kidney: Potential role of prostaglandin receptors in chronic kidney disease (CKD)

Image of Gergo Kovacs.

2021.02.01 | People news

Welcome to Gergo Kovacs who is new postdoc in Jensen group per 1 February

Gergo is a newly appointed postdoc in Poul Henning Jensen’s group. Previously he worked on neural development, now he’s turning his focus to neurodegenerative diseases. During his work he will investigate the molecular changes in Parkinson’s disease with a special emphasis on endoplasmic reticulum calcium responses and transcriptional alterations.

2021.02.01 | Seminar

Neuroscience Seminar by Randy M. Bruno

Randy M. Bruno, Associate Professor at the Department of Neuroscience and the Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute at Columbia University, holds a virtual Neuroscience Seminar entitled "The Many Layers of Touch". The seminar will take place online via Zoom.

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