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The five students who build the first satellite of Aarhus University, Delphini-1. At far right Kåre Jensen, who's studying MSc in Engineering in Computer Technology. Photo: Delphini-1.

2019.07.09 | Department of Engineering

IT degree programmes fully booked

114 young people have chosen Aarhus University's three new degree programmes as their first priority.

Last week, researchers, industry representatives and other players from all over Europe were gathered at Aarhus University Foulum (AU Foulum) for the Circular Bioeconomy Days 2019 conference and the inauguration of the new biorefinery facility. Photo: Agro Business Park A/S.

2019.07.03 | Department of Engineering

New biorefinery is an important step in the transition to more environmentally and climate friendly agriculture

A new DKK 15 million biorefinery facility will make agriculture greener through the cultivation of grass instead of cereals. The many benefits to be gained from farming grass include fewer emissions of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere and less leaching of nitrogen into the aquatic environment. Another important benefit is that grass is a new…

The graphic shows the total solar energy production for all European countries in the period 2013-2017. Each tiny field represents a week's energy production: The brighter the color the more energy was produced. Graphics: Assistant Professor Marta Victoria.

2019.07.01 | Department of Engineering

Danish researchers create worldwide solar energy model

Solar cells are currently the world's most talked-about renewable energy source, and for any future sustainable energy system, it is crucial to know about the performance of photovoltaic systems at local, regional and global levels. Danish researchers have just set up an historically accurate model, and all the data has been made available for…

EVENTS

Wed 14 Aug
08:45-18:15 | Preben Hornung Stuen, Studenterhusfonden, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 4, 8000 Aarhus
PhD Day 2019
The theme of the day is benefits and challenges of interdisciplinary collaboration.

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