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More energy-saving measures will be launched at Natural Sciences following the latest announcements about the university's finances. The Department of Physics and Astronomy will focus on research facilities, light sources and ventilation to achieve significant reductions in power consumption.
All elevators in both ends of buildings 1520, 1521, 1522 and 1525 can’t be used on Tuesday 6/9 from 7:15 until electricity supply is stable again probably at 7:45.
Due to planned maintenance, there will be a temporary power cut on Tuesday 6/9, which will affect buildings at the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Department of Mathematics.
On Friday 9 September 2022, the shell of a number of buildings will be locked. An employee card is required to enter. See which buildings are concerned here.
The Royal Danish Library is helping Danish Open Access journals get indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals and thereby improve the reputations and impacts of the journals as scientific Open Access journals.
Join the DANEMO Symposium 2022 to get introduced to EMBL's new programme "Molecules to Ecosystems" with special focus on some of the research themes…
Digital Tech Summit is part conference, part exhibition and part networking event with a broad range of keynote-speakers, sessions, debates and…
About half of Denmark’s future labour force will learn less. That’s the essence of the government’s ‘Denmark can do more III’ proposal, which has just been announced, according to Pro-rector Berit Eika and Rector Brian Bech Nielsen.
Thanks to a national partnership between universities in Denmark, you can now apply for access to supercomputing power for your research project. DeiC will allocate this access in the autumn, and the deadline to apply is 4 October.
AU is taking major steps to save energy right now – and staff are responding with understanding, support and enthusiasm. If you want to help AU save energy, the campaign website has lots of information about the steps being taken across the university – as well as tips on what you can do to contribute.
The AU fitness centre (AU Motion) offers exercise facilities and classes for current and former employees of Aarhus University. And the autumn season has just started!
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