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2017.01.26 | Students

Interruptions in IT services during the weekend of 28-29 January

IT maintenance work will affect a number of AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 28 and 29 January.

2016.10.25 | Students

Are you enjoying your studies?

Study environment is in focus when an email with a link to this year’s large-scale study environment survey appears in your inbox on 24 October. Lecturers and managers encourage all students to complete the questionnaire. Students who participate can win one of four SONOS speakers or one of 40 pairs of cinema tickets.

2016.10.18 | Students

University elections - your vote counts

In the period 21–24 November, students will once again be electing representatives to the numerous councils, boards and committees at the university. If you are interested in standing for election, now is the time to get involved. You can also make a difference by voting for the candidate who you think is best qualified to have an influence on…

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2017.10.11 | Research

Molecular Velcro helps to assemble functional nuclear pore complexes

An international research team now explains how one of the largest molecular machineries - the nuclear pore complex – is being assembled using natively unfolded FG-repeats as molecular Velcro.

2017.10.12 | Research

Why do physicists blur their images before showing them to biologists?

How can cartoon images aid in understanding bacterial biological processes? How did Hollywood contribute to quantum physics? How do aesthetics, art, and design influence scientific visualization and vice versa? These are just some of the questions that a new book raises. Bjørn Panyella Pedersen, Ebbe Sloth Andersen and Ditte Høyer Engholm from…

2017.10.02 | Research

Llama-derived nanobodies as a new tool in solving crystal structure

Aarhus University scientists have developed miniature antibodies (nanobodies) that can be labelled on certain amino acids. This provides a direct route for solving new X-ray crystal structures of protein complexes important for gaining mechanistic understanding of cellular processes, which is important in the development of drugs.

Elevated levels of the bad LDL cholesterol increases the risk of premature death from a blood clot in the heart, so there is a great need for medicine which helps the body to remove it from the blood.

2017.09.26 | Research

Danish discovery can pave the way for more effective cholesterol medicine

Research from Aarhus University sheds new light on how the body converts the bad kind of cholesterol. The discovery could lead to new and potentially more effective medicine.

Events

Tue 24 Oct
10:30-11:30 | 8814-3050 M2, Foulum
Departmental meeting for staff and students - MBG Foulum
Thu 26 Oct
09:30-10:30 | Mathematics, 1532-122
Departmental meeting (staff and students) - MBG Aarhus
Thu 26 Oct
13:15-14:00 | Tvilling Auditorium, Building 1324, Room 011
Kjeldgaard Lecture: Radu Aricescu: Structural Insights into GABAA Receptor Gating Mechanisms
Fri 27 Oct
12:30-14:30 | Flakkebjerg, Aarhus University, Forsøgsvej 1, 4200 Slagelse
Qualifying exam: Giovanni Cagnano: Preventing Insect-induced Root Damages in Grasses by Epichloë Endophytes
Giovanni Cagnano
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