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2021.01.22 | Administrative


AU’s IT systems and other services will be subject to a certain amount of disruption at various points during the weekend of 06 and 07 February 2021.

A large population study shows, that only 3.3 per cent of 1,050 patients with randomly found adrenal tumours has cancer. Source: Epidemiology of adrenal tumours in Olmsted County, Minnesota, USA: a population-based cohort study. Ebbehoj, Andreas et al.The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, Volume 8, Issue 11, 894 - 902

2021.01.22 | Research

Doctors find more adrenal tumours – but they are rarely cancerous

News from the world of research can help lessen the fear and anxiety felt by many of the patients who are diagnosed with a tumour in the adrenal glands following a scan.

Rune Nguyen Rasmussen has carried out the research as part of his PhD project.

2021.01.25 | Research

How vision senses self-motion - new knowledge about the role of the cortex

Visual impressions are collected and processed in the cerebral cortex, and this enables us to navigate in our surroundings. New research now shows that the visual cortex contains highly specialised nerve cells. Some only register forward movement, others lateral movements to the left or right.

2021.01.21 | PhD defense

Virtual PhD defence: Signe Timm

Does farm exposure in early life influence the risk of subsequent asthma?

Aarhus University Research Foundation opens for applications for AUFF Flagships, which are awarded every two years.

2021.01.27 | Research

Apply now: “AUFF Flagships is a tribute to non-targeted research”

Do you have an idea for a research project that could drive development and put Aarhus University on the academic world map? Now is your chance to apply for the Aarhus University Research Foundation AUFF Flagships. Deadline for applications is 5 May 2021.

The rector responds to the recent article in Berlingske newspaper about a controversy around free scientific debate at the Faculty of Natural Sciences. Photo: Lars Kruse.

2021.01.25 | Research

Free scientific debate and responsible conduct of research are core values

Rector Brian Bech Nielsen affirms the centrality of free scientific debate and explains how the university is handling the controversy at the Faculty of Natural Sciences that is currently getting so much media coverage.

Photo: Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab

2021.01.25 | Research

New digital platform with 300,000 pages of scientific publications

The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters has just launched a new, free online platform with all the publications published by its publishing house since 1745.

2021.01.20 | PhD defense

Virtual PhD defence: Berit Bargum Booth

Cervical Dysplasia – Can the diagnostic procedures be improved? Evaluation of Dynamic Spectral Imaging colposcopy in a Danish clinical setting

2021.01.20 | Event

The cardiovascular network at Health is a reality

A new formal research network, the cardiovascular network at Health, will bring together researchers from a wide range of fields of study in new joint projects for the benefit of patients with heart disease. The network is the first – but not the last – of its kind at Health.

Photo: Ida Jensen, AU Foto

2021.02.22 | Administrative

AU introduces a minimum grade requirement of 6.0 for quota 1 applicants

From now on, applicants will need a minimum average grade of 6.0 to be eligible for quota 1 admission to a degree programme at Aarhus University. This requirement has been introduced in order to improve the quality of the degree programmes and to make it easier for applicants to understand the requirements when they apply for admission.

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