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Researchers from Aarhus University have developed a new method that, by means of two sleds tied to a quad-bike, can make a 3D map of the subsoil at an unprecedented level of detail down to 50 metres. (Photo: AU Arkiv)

2018.11.01 | AU Engineering

New technology to prevent nitrate run-off from agriculture

Researchers are to make 3D maps of the subsoil below agricultural areas to obtain detailed knowledge about the nitrogen need for the individual field.

In a new project, researchers aim at improving the current methods to biologically remediate oil-contaminated soil. (Photo: Colourbox)
Researchers will measure the voltage differences in the soil with specially developed electrode tubes to demonstrate the flow of the remediation agents in a 3D model.

2018.10.31 | AU Engineering

Signal processing to improve remediation of oil-contaminated soil

By measuring the electrical conductivity of the soil, researchers from Aarhus University, in collaboration with Ejlskov A/S, are developing an inexpensive and accurate method of tackling oil pollution. The project is being supported with DKK 17 million from Innovation Fund Denmark's Grand Solutions.

Associate Professor Edzard Spillner received the Grethe Stampe scholarship for his research into antibodies to treat allergies. (Photo: Lars Kruse_AU)

2018.10.30 | AU Engineering

AU researcher receives award for pioneering allergy research

Associate Professor Edzard Spillner from the Department of Engineering, Aarhus University, has received the Grethe Stampe Legat for work on new antibody-based treatments for allergy.

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