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News

Structure of the calciumpump highlighting where the minor (blue spheres) and major (red spheres) differences between calciumpumps are located in the structure. With this knowledge it is possible to target specific pumps.

2019.04.11 |

New insights into calcium transport may help develop new drugs

A normal function of the heart and nerve system is, among other things, dependent on proper regulation of calcium in the cells. This process depends on the proper functioning of the calcium pump. New studies of the calcium pump structure give new insight into this process, which may help with the development of new drugs for treatment such as…

As well as being Denmark's first centre for digital twins, the centre is also one of the world's first attempts to work academically on the topic in a research context. Here part of the engineering campus at Aarhus University. Photo: AU Foto.

2019.04.08 |

Aarhus University opens Denmark's first Centre for Digital Twins

With a donation of more than DKK 12 million from the Poul Due Jensen Foundation, the Department of Engineering at Aarhus University is opening the doors to a new centre for long-term research into digital real-time models of cyber-physical systems -so-called digital twins.

Bo Brummerstedt Iversen from the Department of Chemistry is receiving DKK 39.8 mill. (EUR 5.3 mill.) to develop dynamic crystallography. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU.
Professor Karl Anker Jørgensen from the Department of Chemistry is receiving DKK 39.9 mill. (EUR 5.3 mill.) for green catalysis. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU.
Professor Henrik Stapelfeldt from the Department of Chemistry is receiving DKK 30.2 mill. (EUR 4 mill) to film the atoms in molecules during chemical reactions. Photo: Lise Balsby.
Professor Lars Birkedal from the Department of Computer Science is receiving DKK 35.4 mill. (EUR 4.72 mill.) to set up a centre for basic research into programme verification. Photo: AU
Professor Yong P. Chen is offered DKK 40 mill (EUR 5,36) to experiment with hybrid quantum materials. Photo: Purdue University

2019.04.05 |

Villum Foundation to donate DKK 185 mill. to research at Aarhus University

Five professors in computer science, chemistry and physics have been selected as Villum Investigators, and each will receive between DKK 30 and 40 mill. (EUR 4 - 5.4 mill.) for their research over the next six years.

Events

Wed 24 Apr
14:00-18:00 | Stakladen, Ndr. Ringgade 1, 8000 Aarhus C.
Festival of Research 2019
On Wednesday 24 April 2019 from 14.00 to 18.00 Aarhus University will be opening its doors to the Festival of Research at Campus Aarhus under the headline FASCINATING RESEARCH.
Fri 03 May
13:30-16:00 | The lecture theatre, AU Flakkebjerg, Forsøgsvej 1, 4200 Slagelse
Two inagural lectures at the Department of Agroecology
Crop health will be highlighted when two new professors at the Department of Agroecology, Professor Mogens Nicolaisen and Professor Mogens S. Hovmøller, will give their inaugural lectures in Flakkebjerg on 3 May 2019.
Mon 06 May
12:30-16:00 | Peter Bøgh Auditoriet, Nygaard-bygning, Finlandsgade 23, 8200 Aarhus N
Opening of the AU Digital Twin Center
With a donation of more than DKK 12 million from the Poul Due Jensen Foundation, the Department of Engineering at Aarhus University is opening the doors to a new centre for long-term research into digital real-time models of cyber-physical systems -so-called digital twins.