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On 8 October, the very day when Jens Christian Skou would have been 101 years old, 47 prominent researchers from twelve countries and a total of 34 leading universities will be inaugurated at Health as Honorary Skou professors. The appointments strengthen the faculty’s objective of increased internationalisation.
Torben Bæk Hansen from Health has been awarded the Aarhus University Anniversary Foundation Prize of Honour for Pedagogics 2019. He receives the award for his continued excellent and innovative teaching and for the educational initiatives that he brings to the medical degree programme. The award winner is both surprised and overwhelmed.
The board of VILLUM FONDEN has decided to reward Magnus Kjærgaard and his team the prestigious Villum Experiment grant for the project "Self-assembled protein droplets as reaction platforms for biotechnology".
Senior researcher and group leader at the Danish Cancer Society Anja Olsen has been appointed as Aarhus University’s new professor of lifestyle and cancer.
In the new 2020 World University Ranking by Times Higher Education (THE) Aarhus University is now number 115 in the world. Making it the 5th best in Scandinavia.
Since the New Year, Aarhus University has been working on new initiatives that will make advice and guidance more widely and easily available to the university’s researchers. These initiatives are part of the follow-up on the research freedom survey carried out for the university in 2018.
For the third year in a row, members of teaching staff at Aarhus University can now apply for funding for experiments with digital learning technologies in teaching. The deadline is 11 October.
Four molecular biologists from Aarhus University have started a spin-out company that offers to identify very small differences between biological samples with a special technique. The researchers build on the experience they gained when they were students and postdocs at the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics/iNANO with a special technique called "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)".
Cognitive neuroscientist and leader of the Embodied Computation Group at CFIN, Micah G. Allen awarded the Early Career Prize by The British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience (BACN).
Successful experiments on mice suggest that cancer patients in the future may benefit from a new type of cancer immunotherapy. Behind the recently published study is a number of international researchers with Anders Etzerodt from the Department of Biomedicine at Aarhus University as the lead author.
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