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2018.04.24 |

A non-coding RNA lasso catches proteins in breast cancer cells

A Danish-German research team has shown that not only the where and when of long non-coding RNA expression is important for their function but also the how. The results can have a big impact on our understanding of dynamic regulation of gene expression in biological processes.

2018.04.18 |

The ministry has approved three new IT degree programmes at Aarhus University

The Ministry of Higher Education and Science just approved three new IT industry-oriented new degree programmes: two BSc and one MSc.

Aarhus University signed a cooperation agreement with the China Geological Survey this week. (Photo: Lars Kruse)
Niels Christian Nielsen, dean at Science and Technology, and Wang Yan, director of the China Geological Survey, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to expand research collaboration within bioscience and geoscience at Aarhus University. (Photo: Lars Kruse) 
At the same time, a more specific project cooperation agreement was concluded to establish a global infrastructure in coastal marsh and swamp areas. The agreement was signed by Siyuan Ye, director of the Key Laboratory of Coastal Wetland Biogeosciences under the China Geological Survey, and Hans Brix, head of department at the Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University. (Photo: Lars Kruse)

2018.04.17 |

Aarhus University signs cooperation agreement with the China Geological Survey

A delegation from the China Geological Survey visited Aarhus University on 10 April to sign a cooperation agreement (Memorandum of Understanding) to expand research collaboration within bioscience and geoscience.

The Alumni Day was an opportunity to learn more about the latest research within various fields. These alumni from the Department of Bioscience are hearing about drone technology. (Photo: Lars Kruse)
Esben Ejsing, alumnus from the Department of Mathematics.
Mette Kølbæk Christensen, alumna from the Department of Geoscience.
Tram Boo Ngoc Nguyen, alumna from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics.

2018.04.18 |

Well-attended Alumni Day at Science and Technology

More than 1,300 former students and employees visited their former academic environment on Thursday 5 April to see old fellow students and teachers, to attend presentations of the latest research within their fields of expertise, and to tour the laboratories and see new research facilities.