AIAS will receive DKK 800,000 from the EURIAS EU Cofund programme, providing four fellowships over the next two years as a result of the new membership.
The new research reveals the mechanism behind a cancer-relevant inhibition of human sugar transporting protein. The hope is that this will guide future drug design targeting sugar uptake mechanisms. Ultimately, this will lead to progress in a number of important common conditions, such as diabetes and cancer.
Clientelism and its role in democratic politics is discussed and conceptualized in Kusche’s 'Politischer Klientelismus. Informelle Macht in Griechenland und Irland'.
With a total number of 211 applications from all over the world in the third round of AIAS-COFUND fellowships, AIAS can now move ahead to a busy and interesting selection process in many months ahead.
On 1 February 2016, the last seven of a cohort of 12 international AIAS-COFUND fellows will commence their fellowship.
The unnatural and the impossible in British and American literature are taken through the narratological lens in Alber’s latest publication.
Magnus is awarded a large grant by Villum Fonden's Young Investigator Programme, supporting young, talented researchers. The grant will allow Magnus to investigate how the physical association of biomolecules affects signalling pathways.
Mattingly received the New Millennium Book Award for her book 'Moral Laboratories: Family Peril and the Struggle for a Good Life' written during her AIAS Fellowship
Gain insights into some of the latest research in the search for an HIV cure by watching this engaging lecture.
New research published by Toke T. Høye in collaboration with Joseph J. Bowden, Arctis Research Centre, shows that butterflies in Greenland have become smaller in response to increasing temperatures due to climate change.