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Here is the measurement that showed that the theories are consistent with the realities. The figure shows a single layer of the material molybdenum disulphide and a measurement of its electron structure (in black and white). A visualisation of the spin polarisation theory is shown at left in red and blue – the actual measurement in the material is shown at right. The polarisation can be seen as splitting in the measurement, marked with arrows. (Illustration: Philip Hofmann, Aarhus University)

2015.01.30 |

Let the electrons spin!

The next generation of electronics needs new materials. Researchers at Aarhus University have now not only succeeded in doing away with the wrong assumptions about these material properties, but have also contributed to moving from an ambitious theory to tangible physics, where two-dimensional materials could ultimately create a platform for the…

Niels Chr. Nielsen. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Communication)

2015.01.30 |

New partnership will create growth in East Jutland

Science and Technology, Aarhus University, and the Aarhus City Council have just signed a contract that will strengthen the interaction between the business sector, the council and the university. Innovative projects in the area of the environment will create growth and more jobs in East Jutland.

Wolves in Denmark are still most often strays that do not stay in the area for several seasons. Only one wolf has been shown to have settled, and this was in Central Jutland. Photo: Bo Skaarup, Natural History Museum (in agreement with Scandinavian Wildlife Park).

2015.01.29 |

New wolves visit Denmark

Later today, Senior Researcher Liselotte Wesley Andersen and Senior Researcher Thomas Secher Jensen will present the results of the latest DNA analyses of wolf samples from 2014 at the Biodiversity Symposium at Aarhus University. The results show that a further six individuals were detected in 2014, in addition to the eleven known wolves from 2013.


Fri 13 Mar
08:00-09:00 |
Third quarter ends
Tue 17 Mar
10:00-17:00 | Aarhus University
Physical Geography and Geoscience Teacher’s Day
The Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University, invites you to Physical Geography and Geoscience Teacher’s Day 2015.
Fri 20 Mar
11:00-16:00 | Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University
Biology Teacher’s Day
The Department of Bioscience invites you to Biology Teacher’s Day 2015 at Aarhus University.
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