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Foto: Will Petry

2016.07.05 |

Male and female plants get together in the heat

Gender differences make a big difference – especially when certain plants start to adapt to a warmer climate. A North American species of valerian may survive by changing the distribution of male and female plants to improve conditions for reproduction. This is ten times faster than simply spreading into cooler areas, which is what most other…

2016.07.01 |

From basic research to applicable spin-off technology

For the past six years, economists and computer scientists at Aarhus University, the University of Copenhagen and the Copenhagen Business School have cooperated on the CFEM research project – Centre for Research in the Foundations of Electronic Market. The focal point of the CFEM project, which ends in July, has been Secure Multiparty Computation…

2016.07.01 |

Novo Nordisk and Aarhus University team up on world-class talents

Novo Nordisk and Aarhus University’s Science and Technology faculty today signed a collaboration agreement to strengthen protein technology research and development.


Sat 25 Jun
10:00-16:00 | Steno Museum, Aarhus
Summer holiday activities at the Steno Museum
There are plenty of interesting and fun science activities at the Steno Museum during the summer holidays, regardless of whether it is raining or the sun is shining from a clear sky. Read more (in Danish only) here.
Mon 22 Aug
09:00-16:00 | Lakeside Lecture Theatres at Aarhus University
Conference: ALGO 2016
ALGO combines the premier algorithmic conference European Symposium on Algorithms (ESA) and a number of other specialised conferences and workshops, all related to algorithms and their applications.