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[Translate to English:] Department of Bioscience invites all former students to the first Alumni Day 5 april. Photo: Ida Marie Jensen

A New Network for Former Students and Employees Sees the Light of Day at Bioscience

2018.02.12With a new academic alumni network, the Department of Bioscience wants to create a lifelong relationship with its former biology students. The network gives the alumni a unique opportunity to keep in contact with their academic and study environment, participate in academic events and expand their professional networks.

Sea ice algae bloom in the dark

2018.02.07Researchers from Aarhus University have measured a new world record: Small ice algae on the underside of the Arctic sea ice live and grow at a light level corresponding to only 0.02% of the light at the surface of the ice. Algae are the primary component of the Arctic food web and produce food far earlier in the year than previously thought.

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Fund i Aarhus Bugt kan løse gåden om vores ur-oprindelse

2017.01.16Artikel med data fra Kasper Urup Kjeldsen, der er lektor ved Center for Geomikobiologi ved Aarhus Universitet. Læs artiklen på Videnskab.dk.

Skeletons from the Ice Age provide knowledge about endangered species

2017.01.16Although they have been extinct for more than 10,000 years, the woolly mammoth, giant beaver and giant sloth can nevertheless provide information about what happens to the ecosystems when the most distinctive species die out. This is shown in new research from Aarhus University.

Gravity Coring in Aarhus Bay. Photo by Bo Barker Jørgensen, graphic by Kasper Urup Kjeldsen.

Discovery of a missing link in the evolution of eukaryotic cells

2017.01.13Researchers from the Center for Geomicrobiology, Aarhus University contribute to the discovery of a missing link in the evolution of eukaryotic cells .

Færre sæler i Vadehavet i 2016

2017.01.02Antallet af spættede sæler i den danske del af Vadehavet er faldet med en fjerdedel på ét år.

Grønlandske tangskove modvirker havforsuringen

2016.12.21Store, udstrakte kelpskove i havet omkring Grønland optager nok CO2 til lokalt at opveje havforsuringen. På samme tid beskytter tangplanterne sårbare skaldyr fra nogle af klimaændringernes negative effekter, viser ny forskning.

Ny målinger skal forudsige ændringer for det grønlandske samfund

2016.12.09Arktis oplever i disse dage temperaturer, der ligger langt over det normale. Havisen forsvinder med foruroligende fart og varmen påvirker hele det grønlandske klima og dermed leveforholdene i det mægtige land. Et nyt måleprogram skal afsløre, hvordan mange komplicerede processer hænger sammen og hvordan fremtiden ser ud for Grønland og resten af Arktis.

Iltsvindet vil ikke give slip

2016.12.05Det er usædvanligt, at iltsvind er så udbredt midt i november.

PCB truer bestanden af isbjørne

2016.12.02Ny forskning fra Arktisk Forskningscenter, Aarhus Universitet, viser at PCB (polyklorerede bifenyler) påvirker parringssucces og populationstilvækst hos isbjørne.

Whales have conscious control of their heart rate

2016.11.22New research shows that Denmark’s resident whale – the harbour porpoise – can consciously control its pulse. The new results provide a closer understanding of how harbour porpoises survive beneath the surface.

På skolebænken om forvaltningsplaner for fisk, pattedyr og fugle

2016.11.11Departementet for Fiskeri og Fangst afholder i dagene 8.-10. november et kursus i, hvordan forvaltningsplaner kan struktureres.

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