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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.
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.
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.