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The Centre for Medical Education (MEDU) is changing its name to the Centre for Health Sciences Education (CESU). The change of name will highlight the fact that CESU is an interdisciplinary unit which carries out tasks for all departments and schools at Health.
AU’s IT systems and electrical installations are due for a check-up again. This is called a “service window”, and the next one will take place on the weekend of 18 and 19 April 2015. During this period, a variety of IT systems will be out of service on both days.
During the last decade, physicists throughout the world have developed and refined laser spectroscopy research to such an extent that it is now possible to carry out experiments with just one atom or molecule. A group involving Danish researchers has now created the basis for extending this research to a completely new class of atomic systems, paving the way for new types of experiments in the coming years.
The senior management team has decided that the local liaison committees (LSUs) at the administrative divisions and administrative centres will in future refer to the Administration’s Liaison Committee (ASU). The decision was reached after a consultation on adjustments to the administration’s liaison committee structure.
The names of the majority of units the administrative centres and administrative divisions have been adjusted to reflect the organisational changes of the past months.
The NeuroCampus Aarhus website has moved to this location:http://www.neurocampus.au.dk
Read NEWS and EVENTS about the neuroscience field at Aarhus…
Using a computer game, a research group at Aarhus University has found a way to gain deeper insight into the human thought process. The results have amazed the research director, who has discovered a kind of ‘atlas of thoughts’. And that is not all. The group can also reveal which gender is best at solving quantum problems.
Lin Lin from Aarhus University has received the Lundbeck Foundation Talent Award. The prize has been awarded for her research, which is aimed towards a better understanding of neurodegenerative diseases such as e.g. dementia disorders like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
Poul Sørensen has just been appointed Honorary Professor at the Department of Biomedicine at Aarhus University. He comes with more than 20 years of international experience in developing new biomedicine in the field of cancer, inflammatory-and allergic diseases.
Direct access to data in medical records for researchers will benefit patients in the future.
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