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International panel of experts agree that Aarhus is the best place to locate a national centre for particle therapy for cancer patients. Photo: Tonny Foghmar

2012.12.20 | Research

Aarhus chosen for new national particle therapy centre

International panel of experts agree that Aarhus is the best place to locate a national centre for particle therapy for cancer patients.

2012.12.19 | News from the management

Latest update on bomb threat at AU

The East Jutland police have just released additional information about the bomb threat against the Fuglesangs Allé campus.

2012.12.19 | People

Michael Svarer appointed new chairman of the Danish Economic Councils

The Minister for Economic Affairs and the Interior, Margrethe Vestager from the Social Liberal Party, has appointed Michael Svarer, Professor of Economics at Aarhus University, new member of the Chairmanship of the Danish Economic Councils, the Secretariat of the Danish Economic Councils has announced.

2012.12.17 | Forside

Bomb threat against Campus Fuglesangs Allé was a false alarm

The bomb threat against Aarhus University, Campus Fuglesangs Allé, was a false alarm. This is the conclusion reached by East Jutland Police after searching the entire area and the 40,000 square metres.

2012.12.13 | People

Professor Lars Arge named ACM Fellow

Lars Arge, Professor of Computer Science, has been named ACM Fellow by his peers from among the international elite. The title is a recognition of his research on algorithms for efficient handling of large amounts of data as well as a reminder to Denmark that funding for basic research can keep even the best researchers in the country.

2012.12.07 | Events

Nobel Laureate makes a stop in Aarhus

Sir John B. Gurdon, University of Cambridge, will be presented next week with the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012. Following a tour around Sweden, he will make a stop at Aarhus University on his way home. On Monday 17 December 2012, he will present his Nobel Lecture.

2012.12.06 | Research

Aarhus University to help prevent absenteeism

A new research centre at Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences is to focus on absenteeism – and how to reduce the problem. Backed by a large grant from the Trygfonden foundation, this is one of the projects targeted at establishing which initiatives intended to improve conditions for children and young people actually work.

2012.12.05 | Research

iSEQ opening ceremony

Friday 7 December 2012 Aarhus University's Centre for Integrative Sequencing - iSEQ, invites all interested to its opening ceremony. The event will be marked by talks from four prominent international researchers, including the inaugural lecture as Honorary Professor at Department of Biomedicine by Wang Jun, Professor and Director of BGI.