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2016.05.27 |

DCE Chronicle: Developments in air quality in Denmark

Myter, fakta og perspektiver.

2016.05.02 |

Pia Viuf Ørby participated in "Research Day" Friday 29 April

Festlig dag i forskningens tegn.

2016.02.05 |

New Vice-Dean for Research at Science and Technology, Aarhus University

Professor Søren Rud Keiding is the new Vice-Dean for Research at Science and Technology.

2016.02.05 |

Seaweed to be cultivated as raw material

Based on a grant of DKK 11.8 million from Innovation Fund Denmark, Aarhus University is taking part in the MAB4 project.

2016.02.02 |

COST Action TD1105 EuNetAir

4th Training School at Copenhagen, 19 - 22 April 2016.

2016.01.27 |

Work at Scandinavia’s best University for Environmental research!

Join our Marie Curie Masterclass in May 2016 at Aarhus University.

The Villum Research Station in Greenland will be inaugurated on 8 July 2015. Photo: Stephan Bernberg

2015.06.26 |

Denmark’s and Greenland’s most northerly research station to be inaugurated

Villum Research Station in Greenland is set to be officially inaugurated on 8 July 2015.

Is the legislation regarding the Baltic Sea's aquatic environment in tune with legislation regarding agriculture in the Baltic region? Scientists from Aarhus University will investigate this in a new EU project. Photo: Colourbox

2015.06.30 |

Are policies regarding the environment, climate and agriculture in harmony with each other?

In a project led by Aarhus University scientists will investigate if policies regarding the environment, climate and agriculture in the Baltic Sea region are in tune or at odds with each other.

A new book that provides an overview of climate change and the Baltic Sea region will be launched at a conference about climate change adaptation to be held in Copenhagen in May 2015. Photo: Colourbox

2015.05.05 |

Book launch at ECCA 2015

The new book, “Second Assessment of Climate Change for the Baltic Sea Basin”, will be launched at the European Climate Change Adaptation conference ECCA 2015 in Copenhagen in May 2015.

If farmers along the river Storåen allow their fields to be flooded, they could help prevent situations such as this from further up the river in the town of Holstebro in 2007. Photo: Janne Hansen

2015.05.05 |

Farmers can help urban dwellers control flooding

Farmers can adapt their land use to help city dwellers control flooding, but the farmers require the right financial incentive, a Danish research project shows.

Berit Hasler has been appointed as a member of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Advisory Committee for Pesticide Research.

2015.03.11 |

Researcher from the Department of Environmental Science appointed to Environmental Protection Agency committee

Head of section Berit Hasler from the Department of Environmental Science has been appointed to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Advisory Committee for Pesticide Research.

Microorganisms are an integral part of wine production. Scientists from Aarhus University are collaborating with the industry to gain more knowledge about the microbes in order to optimise wine production. Photo: Colourbox

2015.02.25 |

Wine’s invisible allies and foes under the spotlight

An international collaboration of scientists from a wide range of universities, research institutions, vineyards and private companies in Denmark and abroad aims to characterise the community of microorganisms that lies at the heart of wine production. An improved understanding of the wine microbiome will have significant effects on the wine…

Photo: Stephan Bernberg

2015.02.25 |

Danish University inaugurates the most northerly research station in Greenland

Villum Research Station in Greenland is set to be officially inaugurated on 2nd of March 2015 by the Danish Minister for Climate. The Arctic research station, which primarily deals with climate research, is located north of the Arctic Circle in the northeastern corner of Greenland.

Vultures can eat carcasses filled with bacteria without getting a stomachache. Photo: Frank Rønsholt

2014.12.04 |

Vultures evolved an extreme gut to cope with disgusting dietary habits

How is it that vultures can live on a diet of carrion that would at least lead to severe food-poisoning, and more likely kill most other animals? This is the key question behind a recent collaboration between a team of international researchers from Denmark’s Centre for GeoGenetics and Biological Institute at the University of Copenhagen, Aarhus…

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