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One of the university's two research stations in Greenland, both designed for research into climate change in the High Arctic.
Research on biomass treatment and control of the biomass process
An ultra-modern robotic telescope for the study of the structure and evolution of stars, and the search for Earth-like planets in other solar systems.
Interactive HPC is an interactive supercomputer available to all researchers at Aarhus University.
Uses a magnetic field 500,000 times stronger than the Earth’s to analyse the physical and chemical properties of atoms.
Astrid 2 A state-of-the art synchrotron light source for research within medicine, molecular and cell biology, nanotechnology and atomic and molecular physics.
A supercomputer which integrates data sets from registries and biobanks with cell and animal models.