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The four Graduate Schools at Aarhus University are hosting a joint seminar with the theme: How to get published. The seminar will bring together PhD students, researchers, editors and higher education professionals for a day of presentations and discussions. The seminar takes place on 8 October 2015.
A great privilege is how outgoing Department Head Ellen Frandsen Lau characterises her six years at the helm of the Department of Dentistry.
Even though it is a difficult discussion, it remains a topic that Denmark’s leading politicians ought to take up to discussion.
The fact that the greatest diversity of large mammals is found in Africa reflects past human activities – and not climatic or other environmental constraints. This is determined in a new study, which presents what the world map of mammals would look like if modern man (Homo sapiens) had never existed.
Sten Rasmussen from the RUNSAFE group defended his PhD thesis entitled "Multimodal pain management after arthoscopic surgery" on August 21th 2015 in Medicinerhuset, Aalborg University Hospital.
CFIN researcher Sune Nørhøj Jespersen recently defended his doctoral thesis on Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Brain Tissue Microstructure.
Ramkumar Menon is a new honorary professor at Department of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University. He conducts research into the factors connected with premature births.
The area in front of the Ambulatory does not quite resemble its normal self at the moment as the original yellow brick arches facing Nordre Ringgade have been replaced by mounds of earth and excavators.
Bacteria exhibit extreme adaptability, which makes them capable of surviving in the most inhospitable conditions. Danish and British researchers now reveal the molecular details behind one of the secret weapons used by bacteria in their battle to survive under very nutrient-poor and even toxic conditions.
For the very first time, researchers from Aarhus University have shown that marginal environmental factors can trigger the development of pollen allergy, among other things. Whether you grow up in a large city or a small town is one of them.
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