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Personalised medicine can turn out to be a medical breakthrough that is just as crucial for the modern healthcare system as the invention of penicillin was in the 1900s. But it will require political awareness and decisions about structure and organisation that make use of the existing strong environments, before all of us can really benefit from tailor-made treatments.
A grant of DKK six million from Foundation LeDucq will be utilised to investigate why blood pressure increases significantly in people who do not get enough potassium. Professor Robert A. Fenton from Aarhus University will lead the research.
The Aarhus University board of directors has approved a new digitisation initiative aimed at integrating more digital technologies into teaching – also known as Educational IT. DKK 60 million has been allocated to the initiative.
Aarhus University is investing DKK 60 million to promote the digitisation of teaching – known as Educational IT.
The new tram in Aarhus is now open. Pay special attention around tracks and stops.
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