2016.01.27 | Public / media, AU Engineering
Aarhus University has entered into a collaborative agreement with one of the world’s major manufacturers of speakers. The aim is to fully develop a new technology that can make it possible to divide our homes into sound zones.
2016.01.20 | Public / media, AU Engineering
Students at Aarhus University have launched what could be Denmark’s largest production of advanced technology 3D printers. During the course of three Fridays in January, they will each build a printer so they can set up laboratories at home in their own living rooms.
2016.01.18 | Staff, AU Engineering
Researchers will develop antenna technology in a new project to locate and measure groundwater without expensive drillings.
2016.01.13 | Public / media, AU Engineering
A new medical 3D print technology can provide better and more precise radiation therapy of cervical cancer. Three engineering students are behind the invention, together with doctors at Aarhus University Hospital.