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If anyone can feel the new winds blowing from the direction of the new minister for higher education and science, it must be the universities. Stringent cost reduction requirements for the degree programmes are being contemplated and the minister has previously shown himself to be sceptical about allocating funding for non-earmarked research.
From the turn of the year, the departments at Health will have increased funds available for PhD degree programmes as a consequence of a slight adjustment to the model for PhD fellowships.
Simon Riis from Sport Science at Aarhus University has just received the HM Queen Margrethe II Travel Grant. The grant will help make his research career within biological sport theory possible. Preferably, with inspiration from abroad.
Professor in general medical practice Peter Vedsted from the Department of Public Health, Aarhus University has just been affiliated with the university as a professor at the University Clinic for Innovative Patient Care Pathways at the Regional Hospital Silkeborg. The aim of the professorship is to develop a hospital that is both the hospital of the future and the general practitioners' hospital.
Rector Brian Bech Nielsen paid a visit to the Department of Biomedicine on Friday 21 August as part of his annual round of visits to the departments. He received many questions on finances and working conditions. After the meeting, it turned out that the university's top manager had not only come to listen.
Aarhus University has entered into a licensing agreement with Adobe which means that we can install Adobe Acrobat DC on all AU computers free of charge. You can find answers to the most frequently asked questions here.
Bachelor student in physiotherapy Simone Glad, Master students in Sport Science Karen krogh, Nikolaj Rud and Søren Ditlefsen, Master student in Midwifery Anne Rosenbæk is all teaming up with RUNSAFE!
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Gregori Aminoff Prize in crystallography 2016 to Professor Poul Nissen, Aarhus University. Poul Nissen is the first Dane to receive the Aminoff Prize.
The Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) and Aarhus University invite the public to participate in a ‘town hall meeting’ with Rufus Gifford, the United States ambassador to Denmark. Tickets 'sold out'.
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