2016.03.17 | AU Engineering
Two engineering students have built an underwater robot that can analyse algae conditions under the Antarctic sea ice. This provides completely new opportunities for polar research, and the robot has just successfully completed its first scientific expedition to Greenland.
2016.03.16 | Public / media, AU Engineering
The countdown has begun for this year’s world championship in ultra-energy-efficient vehicles. After two years of intensive development work, Aarhus University (AU) will now enter an ultra-efficient eco-car in the Shell Eco-marathon, which kicks off in London in June. The aim is to drive almost 9000 kilometres on the equivalent energy of one litre…
2016.03.05 | Public / media, AU Engineering
A new mathematics app is a hit in Denmark. It spots children’s weak points when they are doing mathematical exercises and explains where they are going wrong.