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Jens Vinge Nygaard specialises in classical mechanics. Using mathematical models, he can predict the development of a cancer tumour. (Photo: Lise Balsby) 
This image shows a cancer tumour located on the foot of a mouse. It contains more than 15,000 vascular branches. The colours show the diameter of the blood vessels. (Laboratory photo: Jens Vinge Nygaard)

2016.10.14 | AU Engineering

Danish researchers behind new cancer images

By combining two different scanning technologies, researchers have succeeded in creating completely new and detailed images of cancer tumours in mice. This could eventually pave the way for the development of more effective drugs.

In the coming years, researchers will develop new technology that can accommodate the world’s growing need for computers that are even smaller, faster and more energy-efficient. With a prestigious EU research grant, they will establish a completely new technological foundation for the electronics of the future.

2016.10.10 | AU Engineering

Large grant for developing the electronics of the future

Aarhus University researchers are starting a major European research project this month. The aim is to develop new technology for the electronics of the future.