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Voltage loss in cable bacteria

2018.05.08An international research group has shed new light on cable bacteria. Using laser light, researchers have followed electrons as they travel through the current-conducting bacteria, and on the basis of the electrical potential in the bacteria, they have calculated that the bacteria because of voltage loss cannot function efficiently at depths exceeding 3 cm into the sediment.

[Translate to English:] Ellen Rose Jacobs wants to work in bioacoustics research when she graduates. Photo: Melissa Yildirim

International student: Bioscience is world-class in marine bioacoustics

2018.05.03Every year hundreds of international students travel to Aarhus University to study. One of them is Ellen Rose Jacobs from California, USA. She is studying her Master’s degree in Biology at the Department of Bioscience because she wanted to work with and learn from researchers who are at the forefront of their fields.

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Marine mammals in the Baltic Sea in relation to the Nord Stream 2 project

2017.09.21New baseline report outlines conditions for marine animals in relation to planned gas pipeline.

AU scorer bedst i udbud om vildtforvaltning

2017.09.21Universitetet har vundet konkurrencen om det seneste udbud indenfor myndighedsrådgivning.

En duft af purpur

2017.09.06Et nyt studie viser, at blomsters farver og dufte hænger sammen. Blomsterne kombinerer farve og duft for at tiltrække de rette bestøvere – og de samarbejder endda om det på tværs af arter.

Profitable cooperation: Ants protect and fertilise plants

2017.09.01In a new article, researchers from Aarhus University describe how the waste left by ants on plant leaves serves as a valuable fertiliser for the plants – handed on a silver platter.

Millions allocated to projects about the true state of the marine environment

2017.08.28The VILLUM FOUNDATION and the VELUX FOUNDATION have granted DKK 10.5 million to five projects about the Danish marine environment. The projects will gather knowledge, researchers and players cutting across the board and focusing on the balance in the marine ecosystem. Three of the grants have been awarded to the Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, and in the fourth we participate.

Det danske referencegenom kan ændre vores syn på behandling

2017.07.28GenomeDenmark-konsortiet har efter fem års arbejde sat det sidste bogstav i det danske referencegenom. Ved at kortlægge 150 danskeres arvemasse helt fra bunden er det lykkedes forskerne at skabe et referencegenom, som indeholder langt flere detaljer, end hvad man kender fra andre studier i verden.

Follow the journey of a minke whale

2017.07.04For the first time in 15 years, scientists have succeeded in tagging a minke whale. Follow it live.

Hvordan ville verden være uden mennesker?

2017.06.09En læser vil gerne vide, om verden ville se meget anderledes ud, hvis der ikke fandtes mennesker på Jorden. Vi finder svaret hos to forskere.

Aarhus Universitet indvier Center for Cirkulær Bioøkonomi

2017.05.23Verden står overfor en række globale ‘Grand Challenges’; ikke mindst omkring etableringen af en ny biobaseret økonomi, der kan tage over fra den fossile. Bioøkonomi har stort internationalt fokus, og er en strategisk prioritet for EU. På den basis indvier Science and Technology på Aarhus Universitet nu Center for Cirkulær Bioøkonomi d. 23. maj 2017.

Rovdyr er mest glubske i troperne

2017.05.1940 forskere fra 21 lande har fundet et nøje defineret mønster i, hvordan rovdyr angriber byttedyr, og troperne vinder klart konkurrencen 'sværeste sted at overleve'.

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