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Spread the word about our successes: The Department of Biomedicine launches a diversity award for employees who make an extraordinary contribution to the department's diversity. Dean Lars Bo Nielsen hopes that the initiative will inspire more local initiatives that create flexibility, openness and tolerance.
Three of the most common forms of anti-epileptic drugs in Denmark is associated with increase in patients' risk of suicide. However, the risk is low and should be seen in conjunction with the many beneficial effects of the medicines. This is the conclusion of a new study carried out by researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital.
Based on violet carrots, Henrik Brinch-Pedersen from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics and his collaborators will make it possible to replace more artificial colours in food with natural colours based on vegetables. The Innovation Fund has invested almost DKK 15 million (around Euro 2 million) in the project.
Three cheers for Health! Ole Schmeltz Søgaard from Department of Clinical Medicine and Kathrin Weyer and Søren Egedal Degn from Department of Biomedicine are among this year’s Sapere Aude recipients. All three researchers receive million-kroner grants to boost their research.
In September, the Faculty of Science and Technology took an unusual step: retraction of a DCA report on the environmental impact of beef followed by an internal investigation of reports produced in collaboration with external partners. Here’s a timeline of the events of the beef report case so far.
It’s important to stay focused on the future, even though we’re currently explaining the mistakes of the past, says Rector Brian Bech Nielsen in a statement on the investigation of the Danish Centre for Food and Agriculture reports.
A new formal research network, the cardiovascular network at Health, will bring together researchers from a wide range of fields of study in new joint projects for the benefit of patients with heart disease. The network is the first – but not the last – of its kind at Health.
This year's university elections are over. The have been votes counted and the victorious candidates informed. There are new faces, for example on the AU Board, which will welcome four new members at its meetings after 1 February 2020. Read more about the elections and see the results.
2019 is coming to an end, and this means that you need to be aware of deadlines and practical information in connection with the reporting procedure for the university’s publications in PURE.
Joint practice-orientated projects, shared positions and collaboration on teaching are some of the elements in the new collaboration agreement between the Department of Public Health and DEFACTUM. The collaboration is not new—however, according to the two parties it is more ambitious than ever before.
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