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As the sea ice shrinks in the Arctic, the plankton community that produces food for the entire marine food chain is changing. New research shows that a potentially toxic species of plankton algae that lives both by doing photosynthesis and absorbing food may become an important player in the Arctic Ocean as the future sea ice becomes thinner and thinner.
New collaboration between Aarhus Harbor and the Department of Biology focus on the environmental sustainability and biodiversity in the marine waters…
Professor Jens-Christian Svenning receives the prestigious grant of DKK 5 m for his significant contribution to technical and scientific research.
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Assistant professor Tina Santl-Temkiv receives 5,9 mio DKK for the project: The Effects of Ice Nucleation Proteins on Arctic Clouds (ICARUS).
Have a look at this recap of the pitch finale from this year's bio-entrepreneurship course. During the semester the students are trained in combining…
Over the next four years, a major new EU project will examine how noise from shipping affects the marine environment and identify solutions to make ships quieter. Project SATURN has participants from ten countries, and researchers from AU will play a key role.
Researchers at the Department of Biology at Aarhus University and the Natural History Museum in Aarhus have now shown that cow pads contain DNA from the entire community of insects inhabiting the dung.d af insekter, som lever i gødningen.
Researchers from Aarhus and Copenhagen universities have shown that environmental DNA - the method of analysing DNA from an environmental sample to find out which organisms live in the area - works on a large scale
From the end of November, you can find the IT support and the support for AU’s Finance, Study and HR-IT systems at a new online platform. The platform will give you efficient support and will make it possible to track the progress of your case.
Friday, January 15, 2021 is the deadline for reporting publications published in 2020.
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