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The results from the AU election 2014 are now public.
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Aarhus University received the highest distinction, awarded for “outstanding” international student satisfaction making it the highest-rated university in Denmark. At the same time Denmark was rated third best place to study in Europe.
Researchers from Aarhus University and Bispebjerg Hospital have created a comprehensive overview of how tens of thousands of genes interact in relation to the behaviour of muscles. At the same time, they have developed a guide to the enormous amounts of data and thus paved the way for new knowledge about diseases associated with lack of activity.
Researchers from Aarhus have now uncovered how parasites that cause the deadly sleeping sickness in Africa absorb an important nutrient from the human blood stream. The result may help the development of more effective drugs to fight the disease.
Minister for Health Nick Hækkerup was in Aarhus on Wednesday to discuss health research with representatives of the Central Denmark Region and Aarhus University. He took particular note of the many examples and good advice that he could use in his work in the Danish parliament.
Gain insight into what competences and qualities employers are looking for, and learn to present yourself and your abilities as a researcher to potential employers. Those were the two central themes of The employability edge: bringing researchers and employers together, an event hosted by AU Career PhD on Tuesday 18 November 2014.
Scientists have discovered a weak point in leukaemia stem cells which it appears could be utilised in effective treatment of acute myeloid leukaemia.
Videnskab.dk awards an annual prize for the Danish research result of the year. The ten research results that will be competing for reader votes this year have just been published. Researchers from Aarhus University are represented in four of the ten nominations.
Esben Thyssen Vestergaard from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received DKK 100,000 from the Riisfort Foundation for his research project. The project will, among other things, take a closer look at whether the hormone ghrelin causes type 2 diabetes.
A team of researchers at Aarhus University have just received a grant of almost DKK 10 million from the Moller Foundation. The grant will go towards the purchase of advanced equipment for protein examinations of lymphoma.
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