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Click on the map for full size. The red sections show where it is most likely that new climate combinations and species assemblages occur – i.e. where the climate has changed most rapidly along with the greatest degree of divergence (temperature and precipitation move in different directions). The yellow shades mark areas with slowly diverging development, while the blue shades mark areas where temperature and precipitation have developed in the same direction. (Illustration: Alejandro Ordonez)

2016.09.22 |

New climates mean new neighbours

Global warming is creating new local climates with unexpected combinations of temperature and precipitation – and thereby new ecosystems with species that do not normally live together. A new world map shows where climate change has created a basis for new species assemblages during the last approximately 110 years.

The laboratory at the Department of Geoscience is class 10 in the enclosures where samples are handled and class 100 in the laboratory itself. For a laboratory to qualify as a class 10 cleanroom, there must be fewer than 352 particles measuring more than 0.5 micrometres per cubic metre of air. By way of comparison, there are more than 35 million particles on average in the air that surrounds us on a daily basis at work, in the woods or at home. (Photo: Gry Barfod, AGiR)

2016.09.14 |

New cleanroom facilities opened in Aarhus

A new cleanroom at Aarhus University can provide knowledge about everything from lava flows in volcanoes to biomedical impacts at the nano level. Denmark’s latest cleanroom opened on Friday 9 September, and it ushers in a number of new research opportunities.

2016.09.08 |

Honorary doctorate conferred by Aarhus University on highly acclaimed physicist

The ‘father’ of attosecond science – Professor Paul Bruce Corkum – will be awarded an honorary doctorate by Aarhus University at its annual celebration on 9 September.


Sat 01 Oct
09:30-21:00 | Nygaard Building (building 5335), Helsingforsgade 12, 8200 Aarhus N
World Robot Olympiad 2016 – Danish Finals
On Saturday 1 October, the Department of Computer Science will host the annual Danish qualification rounds of the World Robot Olympiad 2016.
Mon 03 Oct
14:15-16:15 | AIAS Lecture Theatre, building 1632, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6B, 8000 Aarhus C
AIAS Fellows’ Seminar: Jessica Barker
Nice guys finish first: the evolution, ecology and economics of cooperation
Mon 10 Oct
14:15-16:15 | AIAS Lecture Theatre, building 1632, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6B, 8000 Aarhus C
AIAS Fellows’ Seminar: Magnus Kjærgaard
How can a cooked noodle store memories? The role of disordered proteins in synaptic plasticity.