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More than 2,500 alumni have already joined our alumni community. Membership is free and gives you access to a number of benefits and events. Furthermore, you can keep in touch with and expand your professionel network through the AU Alumni Network.
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Nina Lock and Troels Skrydstrup conduct research in two different research groups, but they work together on a joint endeavour: to develop sustainable catalysts that can convert CO2 into valuable resources. Photo: Dorthe Lundh
In Nina Lock's research group, the aim is to be able to capture a flue gas mixture from a chimney, drive it straight into a major facility, and convert some of the CO2 into valuable building blocks that can be reused by industry. Photo: Colourbox

2019.06.13 |

CO2 could replace fossil fuels in industry

Researchers at Aarhus University are developing new chemical technologies to reduce CO2 emissions and support the green transition in both public and private manufacturing companies.

Physicist Alexander Holm Kiilerich (left) and chemical engineer Kristina Kornung Wedege receive each a Aarhus University Research Foundation PhD Award 2019. Photo: Claus Sjödin

2019.05.28 |

Two young ST researchers receive the AUFF Talent Prize

A physicist and a chemical engineer are among the recipients of the Aarhus University Research Foundation's PhD award 2019. They carry out research in high-precision measurements using quantum sensors and and flow batteries for storing green energy, respectively.

At the CytoPad centre, researchers will use advanced immunization techniques to produce antibodies from mice and llamas. Click on the graphic to see it full size. Graphic: Daniel Otzen
Daniel Otzen enhances his research into Parkinsonism by DKK 10 million from the Lundbeck Foundation. Photo: Jesper Rais, AU.

2019.05.28 |

DKK 10 million for research into Parkinson's disease

Professor Daniel Otzen from the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO) at Aarhus University has received DKK 10 million from the Lundbeck Foundation to develop new and better methods to diagnose and prevent Parkinson's disease, among other things using antibodies from llamas.


Mon 17 Jun
16:00-15:00 | Lakeside Lecture Theatre, Aarhus University, 8000 Aarhus C.
WETPOL Symposium 2019
The 8th Intenational Symposium on Wetland Pollutant Dynamics and Control is held 17-21 June 2019 at Aarhus University.
Tue 25 Jun
11:00-15:30 | AU Foulum
Circular Bioeconomy Days
Mark your calendar for exciting Circular Bioeconomy Days and join us at Aarhus University for discussions on how to take circular bioeconomy to the next level.