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AU Engineering is opening a new laboratory – the Orbit Lab – packed with advanced technological hardware. The Orbit Lab is an offer to the university’s brightest and most creative IT and engineering students.
By combining two different scanning technologies, researchers have succeeded in creating completely new and detailed images of cancer tumours in mice. This could eventually pave the way for the development of more effective drugs.
Aarhus University researchers are starting a major European research project this month. The aim is to develop new technology for the electronics of the future.
On Friday 1 July, diplomas were awarded to a new batch of engineers from Aarhus University. The event was followed by speeches and sparkling wine.
A group of engineering students has built an earthquake simulator that can very precisely recreate historical earthquakes in the laboratory. They can now carry out full-scale safety tests on small buildings.
It is possible to shift our energy consumption to times of the day when there is plenty of power from renewable sources such as solar and wind. At least to a certain extent if we invest in technology for intelligent management of our buildings. This is the conclusion of researchers in connection with the completion of one of the world’s most radical energy monitoring programmes.
The role of technology in the agriculture of the future will be scrutinised at the end of the month when Aarhus University hosts the International Conference on Agricultural Engineering 2016.
A Danish team has been selected to compete next week in the 2016 MATE international ROV competition at NASA’s headquarters in Houston. The robot can search for possible life on Jupiter’s moon Europa.
The Aarhus University Board has approved the Senior Management Team’s recommendation to strengthen the field of engineering at Science and Technology (ST) until 2025. The Board’s decision means that Aarhus University (AU) supports the development of engineering with an amount of DKK 113 million altogether up to 2021 via the Senior Management Team’s strategic funding (USM).
A team of researchers has elucidated individual profiles of allergy reactivity in patients that are not protected after treatment with immunotherapy. The aim is to improve medical treatment of people who are allergic to insect stings.
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