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The first report from the new Danish colorectal cancer screening program has been published. It covers the first three months of the program, which…
RUNSAFE members has been invited to participate in the second “Running science meeting” in Luxembourg to improve interactions and privilege people who work in the thematic of running or injury research.
Health has just published a new web page listing the employees at Health who have received an honorary doctorate awarded by external universities.
Having put Danish cancer research on the global map, Jens Overgaard from AU and AUH is being rewarded for his long-standing contribution in the field of experimental and clinical cancer research. He is the 2015 recipient of the Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen Award for Scientific Research.
Friday 5 June sees the official opening of Aarhus University's new basic research centre “Music in the Brain". The centre is the result of a unique collaboration between Aarhus University and the Royal Academy of Music.
Students and employees at higher education institutions can now access wireless internet for free in Aarhus at the library, at a concert or when dropping their kids off at school. Wireless net access is automatic close to public buildings, just as it is at their home educational institution.
Gitte Brinch Andersen, who is a PhD student at the Department of Biomedicine at Aarhus University, has just received a grant towards her PhD project. She carries out research into bone cancer, a type of cancer that often affects children.
A new entrance examination is intended to select the most suitable quota 2 applicants when Aarhus University doubles its quota 2 admissions to medicine starting next year. The examination has been drawn up together with the people who will be employing the new medical doctors after they have completed their education.
The University of Montpellier in France has just awarded Emeritus Professor and dentist Ole Fejerskov the title of honorary doctor. This represents the seventh time that Ole Fejerskov has been awarded an honorary doctorate internationally.
DANDRITE’s aim of appointing five top researchers as group leaders has just become a reality with the appointment of Dr Sadegh Nabavi, whose research includes how memory is formed, how it can be erased, and how it can subsequently be restored.
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