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2015.01.09 | Students

IT-SYSTEMERNE SERVICERES LØRDAG DEN 31. JANUAR

AU´s IT-systemer bliver løbende opdateret og vedligeholdt, men cirka én gang i kvartalet samles de vedligeholdelsesopgaver, som kræver at IT-systemerne tages ud af drift. Sådan et "servicevindue" gennemføres lørdag den 31. januar, hvor det som udgangspunkt ikke vil være muligt at anvende universitetets it-systemer.

2014.06.11 | Molbio

Novel learning platform developed at AU

On the curriculearn.dk platform, teachers can upload written exam questions as well as questions for theoretical exercises to the students, who must then answer these online within a given period. In contrast to many existing systems based on multiple-choice questions, curriculearn.dk supports open-ended questions and answers, which to a large…

2013.05.21 | Students

Graduation! What now?

Soon graduating and wondering what your opportunities are? Join this event aimed specifically at international students and learn more about the job hunting world: How the unemployment system works, how to strengthen your qualifications while job searching and more. You will also have the opportunity to network with organizations and companies…

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Ian Max Møller

2017.08.09 | Awards

Ian Max Møller receives ASPB award

Ian Max Møller has received the Corresponding Membership Award of the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB).

Associate Professor Ken Howard, head of the NanoPharmaceutical Lab at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center / Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics.

2017.07.06 | Research

Researchers define together with industry the intracellular recycling pathway of human serum albumin

Collaborative work between the NanoPharmaceutical Lab at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO), Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics and the Novozymes owned company Albumedix have uncovered a neonatal Fc receptor (FcRn)-dependent endosomal cellular sorting pathway. This has great importance in describing fundamental mechanisms…

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2017.07.03 | Grant

Researchers from MBG participate in a large EU project on future genomic management tools for European cattle production

Researchers from Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics at the Department for Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University in Foulum, are participating in the GenTORE project, launched in Paris 22–23 June 2017.

2017.06.27 | Research

New knowledge about the dynamics of proteins can shape the future in drug development

New research provides mechanistic insight into how protein dynamics control the activity of a group of enzymes called serine proteases. As serine proteases play pivotal roles in blood coagulation, the innate immune system and tissue remodeling, the results may be important for the development of new drugs for the treatment of various diseases.

Events

Tue 22 Aug
09:00-11:00 | G20 Meeting Room, Aarhus University Foulum, Blichers Alle 20, 8830 Tjele
Qualifying exam: Aoxing Liu: Improvement of genetic evaluation and detection of quantitative trait loci for female fertility traits in dairy cattle
Aoxing Liu
Fri 25 Aug
09:30-11:30 | Science Park, Conference room, 3130-303
MSc exam ("specialeforsvar"): Marie Aagaard Fuglsang: Mutation in Genes of the DLK-1 Pathway Suppress p25α Induced Neurodegeneration
Marie Aagaard Fuglsang. Vejleder: Anders Olsen
Tue 29 Aug
10:00-12:00 | MR-4, Aarhus University Foulum, Blichers Alle 20, 8830 Tjele
Qualifying exam: Md Mesbah Uddin: Identification of causal factors for recessive genetic defects for embryonic lethality in dairy cattle combining whole exome and genome sequencing
Md Mesbah Uddin
Tue 29 Aug
13:15-15:15 | Department of Mathematic, Building 1531, room 113, Lecture Theatre D1
PhD defence: Kirsten Gade Malmos: How glycosaminoglycans promote protein aggregation
Kirsten Gade Malmos
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