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2018.10.22 | Public / media, Grant, Business

New innovation project to boost the use of biotechnology for the cleanup of contaminated soil

Ejlskov A / S and Aarhus University work together to develop a faster, cheaper and easier method for cleaning contaminated soil without the need for excavators. Real-time 3D scanning of the subsoil allows biotechnological cleansers to be injected accurately into the contaminated underground, as well as monitoring simultaneously how the cleansers…

2018.07.05 | Public / media, Business

Aarhus University enters into new partnership with Chinese hi-tech region

Science and Technology at Aarhus University and Viborg municipality have signed a cooperation agreement with the Chinese region, Wuhan East Lake National High-Tech Development Zone (WEHDZ). The aim is to establish a partnership based on the activities at Foulum.

2017.11.20 | Public / media, Business

New knowledge will get companies to take part in the fourth industrial revolution

Aarhus University will use a new programme to ensure that knowledge about digitalisation and materials technology will benefit Danish companies. This will prepare them for developing smarter products and production methods, so they can ride the Industry 4.0 wave.

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Events

Wed 07 Aug
08:30-16:00 | Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies - AIAS, Aarhus University
Conference: Systems Neuroscience and Decision Making
Systems Neuroscience and Decision Making (SYNDI) is a small conference organized by Duda Kvitsiani (Aarhus University, Denmark) and Balazs Hangya (Institute of Experimental Medicine, Budapest, Hungary) around the general topic of neural mechanisms of decision making, learning and other cognitive processes.

Companies say …

“We are very pleased that we took part in a Brainnovation event at Science and Technology, where the theme was water. We subsequently became a partner in a research project, hereby gaining access to new knowledge in this area.”

Jens Lykke Sørensen, Kamstrup