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The Nat Forum for Education has just held its Education Fair for teaching staff and employees involved with teaching at the faculty.
The dean sends his video greetings to all employees wishing a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Large grazers such as cows and horses are important tools in the struggle against the biodiversity crisis, but they cannot be released just anywhere. This gave four biology students on the Bio-Entrepreneurship course the idea for a robot lawn mower that imitates how a cow grazes. And they won a competition for the best pitch to a jury of business people.
The new year is fast approaching and perhaps you would like to learn more about or develop your teaching practice in the coming semester? The CED offers a wide range of courses and workshops for teaching staff at AU, and in this article, you can delve into the spring course catalogue.
The university’s high-performance computing facility, GenomeDK, enables researchers to analyse and store large volumes of sensitive data drawn from all corners of bioinformatics and life science. A new certificate emphasises the high level of security.
Find out what the Plant2Food network is all about. Join us on Thursday 27 April from 15-16 to find out more about how to apply for funding and work in…
Find out what the Plant2Food network is all about. Join us on Thursday 13 April from 10-11 to find out more about how to apply for funding and work in…
Join us for the Plant2Food kick-off event on 30 March 2023 at Kragerup Gods. Read more and register here.
Workplace culture is in focus at AU’s diversity and gender equity conference on Thursday 2 March 2023 at 10.00-14.30 o’clock.
Demands on research administration have evolved, and this has consequences for the position of deputy director for AU Research. By mutual agreement, current Deputy Director John Westensee will now transition to a position as adviser with special focus on international research and innovation collaboration.
On Thursday 7 March, there will be an AU Workplace in Focus seminar in English that is open to all international staff at AU, hosted by the International Staff Office.
Researchers and PhD students can now apply for supercomputing resources: a call has just been opened for resources from the national HPC system as well as the Danish part of the pan-European supercomputer LUMI. 5 March 2023 is the application deadline.
Microsoft has been hit by a major networking outage that is causing worldwide problems with a variety of services, including Teams and Outlook.
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