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Today, Bas Kluitenberg from University Medical Center Groningen in the Netherlands, completed a 1-month stay amongst peers in the RUNSAFE group at Aarhus University.
New reports containing data about degree programmes and students will provide a better foundation for developing and improving AU’s degree programmes.
Innovation Fund Denmark has DKK 1.6 billion of venture capital available for researchers and companies with good ideas. Great interest was shown at the fund’s presentation at Aarhus University this week.
MD, PhD Per Borghammer and Professor David Brooks have received 1.740.234 kr from the Lundbeck Foundation.
Mia has tremendous expertice within emotional responses to sport injuries and exercise addiction, and this topic is massively important since prevention and treatment of running-related injuries should take into account personality, emotions and addiction.
39-year-old Robert Fenton is a new professor at Aarhus University. His research focuses on why changes in the behaviour of specific membrane proteins lead to disease.
A report shows a moderately increased level of PCBs in ten buildings at ST and Aarhus BSS. Specific action plans have been initiated to remove PCBs from the buildings.
According to a report from the Danish Building and Property Agency, there are elevated levels of PCBs in ten buildings at ST and Aarhus BSS. The sources of the PCB contamination have been identified and are being removed.
A new PhD project from Aarhus University, Health, shows that more women who underwent an operation for breast cancer survive if they receive radiotherapy for lymph nodes along the sternum following the operation.
The iPSYCH research project has once again received a record-breaking grant from the Lundbeck Foundation. The grant means the project will become the one of the largest in the world within the field of psychiatric research.
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