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David O. Andersen (MA '11) moved to Berlin without a job, a home or any experience, with the hope of landing a position with one of Berlin's many start-up companies.
PhD student Anna Maria Kubovcikova's (MSc, '12) research is focused around self-initiated expatriates, so we asked her about what happens when Danes go to work abroad.
Birgitte Vrou Offersen from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received a personal award of DKK 100,000 from William Nielsen's Foundation. She has been recognised for her efforts within breast cancer research.
On 3 December 2014, the Student Council and the senior management team hosted an open meeting about stress among students at Aarhus University to discuss the competitive environment and culture at the university’s degree programmes and the external pressure from society.
The very best swimmers may be able to find help with their training and development by using a new diode system which follows their movements under water. A prototype has been developed and tested at Aarhus University.
Physicist Toke Printz Ringbæk has just received the German Christoph-Schmelzer award for the development of a new radiation filter which can be used in connection with particle therapy in the treatment of cancer patients.
Thomas Corydon from the Department of Biomedicine was recently flying high as both cancer cells and researcher were exposed to weightlessness. See his own recordings from his latest parabolic flight.
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