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Oil-eating microbes are challenged in the Arctic

2018.03.09Bacteria play a major role in cleaning up oil spills and mitigating its environmental impacts. In a review published in ‘Science of the Total Environment’, researchers from Aarhus University, Denmark, examine the major limiting factors for microbial degradation in Arctic environments.

Post.doc. Alberto Scoma
PhD student Søren Dollerup Nielsen

Funding for two new ’underground’ programmes at Bioscience

2018.03.07Geomicrobiologists from Department of Bioscience have received funding for two new research programmes from Danish Hydrocarbon Research Centre. Read more about the projects here.

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Call for abstracts EUTRO2018 Symposium

2018.01.05Abstracts can now be submitted to the 4th International Symposium on Research and Management of Eutrophication in Coastal Ecosystems (EUTRO 2018), 18-20 June 2018 in Nyborg, Denmark.

Agricultural emissions calculations for 1985-2015

2017.12.20New report details greenhouse gas emissions by Danish agriculture

The effect of simulated seal scarer sounds on harbour porpoises

2017.12.20New report details how harbour porpoises react to simulated seal scarer

Beregning af kvælstofudvaskning

2017.12.18Aarhus Universitet holder den 1. marts 2018 en workshop om grundlaget for beregning af marginaludvaskning af kvælstof fra landbrugsjorden

Taiwanese windmills pose possible risk of hearing loss for local dolphins

2017.12.01Taiwanese wind energy plan will have impact on local wildlife

Renewed focus on climate research at Aarhus University

2017.12.01A sound knowledge base is required if Denmark is to hold onto its leading position in climate research and adaptation.

New understanding of the well-being of climate-stressed plants

2017.12.22As a result of climate change, there is an increasing need for more intelligent, efficient and safe farming. A soon-to-be completed EU project – ModCarboStress – might have taken an important step in this work: getting to understand the stressed plants better. The project indicates the work to be carried out at iClimate – the forthcoming research centre at Aarhus University. Its task is to create new climate knowledge for the benefit of business and society.

Erik Jeppesen honorary doctorate in Estland

2017.11.15Professor Erik Jeppesen was elected to be the honorary doctorate at Estonian University of Life Sciences. For the inauguration ceremony (November 10) a small publication about his career was made in Estonian and English.

Big data - når virkeligheden fungerer som eksperiment

2017.11.09Et nyt forskningscenter på Aarhus Universitet har sat sig for at indsamle og analysere store mængder data fra og om naturen for løbende og detaljeret at undersøge, hvordan de globale miljøændringer påvirker Jordens plante- og dyreliv. Forskerne benytter sig i høj grad af nye sensorteknologier, f.eks. højopløselige data fra satellitter og egne laserscanninger af landskaber, og på længere sigt vil de også inddrage data fra sociale medier.

The melting ice makes the sea around Greenland less saline

2017.10.16For the first time, ocean data from Northeast Greenland reveals the long-term impact of the melting of the Greenland ice sheet. The observed increase in freshwater content will affect the conditions in all Greenland fjords and may ultimately affect the global ocean currents that keep Europe warm.

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