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Using materials science and printed electronics we can deal with the ever-increasing problem of electronic waste. AU researcher leads the way.
Cheaper, lighter, modular, scalable, more sustainable, maintenance-free. AU is heading an international project to develop a new type of battery for electric vehicles.
Here's how we can discover new ways to produce one of the most important chemicals ever. Today, it's production is far from sustainable - let's change that.
Two MSc in engineering students who are developing a special kind of concrete for terrorism protection have each received a scholarship for a study trip to Switzerland.
A joint collaboration between MIT, Boston University, Terma, Energinet and Aarhus University will make it possible to read data directly from compressed IoT data.
Researchers from Aarhus University and MIT have discovered an enzymatic mechanism that enables high-yield industry relevant production of drop-in biofuels.
A new device made by AU engineers enables climate researchers to collect water samples from the Arctic Ocean at depths of 300 metres.
A grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation lets Danish school students join the search for new antibiotics - a discovery that could have a major impact on millions of people.
What if we could get a lot more meat out of the cultivated land we use to produce animal feed today? And what if this could initiate a pervasive green transformation of all of society?
PORTRAIT: Working closely with students and climate researchers, Professor (Docent) Claus Melvad has managed to fill in some essential pieces of the jigsaw puzzle of global warming.
PORTRAIT: Meet Professor Peter Gorm Larsen - the figurehead of the Aarhus University investment in the hyped technology of digital twins.
Six companies and two knowledge institutions have joined forces to establish a full-scale demonstration building site as it may look in a green future.
Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality have joined forces with local companies, the Business Council and AU to showcase the future of industry.
Danish drone company Upteko is collaborating with AU researchers to develop next-gen autonomous drone tech for offshore operations.
Together with R&D Test Systems, AU engineers develop new, larger and far more advanced test benches for next-gen wind turbines.
AU has opened four new engineering departments - part of our work to enhance research and educational activities within technical science.
Speed, agility, and performance are paramount in drone racing. A team of AU researchers are trying to develop an AI that can outmatch human pilots.
PORTRAIT: He has helped more than anyone else to adorn the flat, Danish landscape with monumental buildings. Now, he shares his 55 years of experience with AU students.
This is the story of how an intelligent, self-propelled, collaborative, mobile robotic system can increase production and reduce the strain on employees.
"The results of the project could have a major impact on both academia and the wind energy industry," says Associate Professor Mahdi Abkar on the new collaboration project.
AU Engineering has launched an industrial 3D metal printing initiative to help companies unlock the hidden potentials of the technology.