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The tiny robot is powered via energy harvested from ultrasonic waves using a piezoelectric device. This will be one of the major engineering challenges in the project, Farshad Moradi explains.

2017.11.08 | AU Engineering

New project will fight Parkinson’s disease with LED brain implants

Aarhus University researchers have just launched a multi-million euro project that aims to use micro-scale implants inside the living brain to cure movement disorders.

Aarhus University’s studies show that hydrogen sulphide emissions come from slurry evaporation from pig and cattle sheds in particular. Photo: Colourbox

2017.11.08 | AU Engineering

Atmospheric sulphur also comes from farming

Researchers have been able for the first time to identify the extent to which manure contributes to the atmospheric content of sulphur.

The three engineering students building the physical version of the computer game are (from left): Carl Arnkil, Mads R. Thomsen and Chris Graversen.

2017.10.13 | AU Engineering

Aarhus engineers build mega-sized quantum problems

A bunch of bachelor students from Mechanical Engineering at Aarhus University are in full swing building a physical version of a very special computer game. They hope to get lots of people to play the game – because this is the only way to finish off the monster computer hidden away in the basement below the university.

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