On 1 October 2015 five of the twelve new fellows will join the international and scientifically diverse community of AIAS – reaching a total number of 34 AIAS fellows from all over the world.
Insufficient dietary folate intake among European women leads to thousands of birth defects every year and high costs of billions of Danish kroner. Enrichment of selected foods with folic acid can prevent child mortality and save huge costs. These are the results of a recent study published by Rima Obeid.
At the AIAS Conference 'The Human Condition' high-level anthropologists and philosophers from all over the world met to embark on a journey to reinvent philosophical anthropology.
Martin Holmstrup was awarded a 'DFF research project 2' by The Danish Council for Independent Research, Technology and Production.
Bjørn Panyella Pedersen has been selected as one of nine ‘2015 DuPont Young Professors’ on 4 June.
The research carried out in collaboration with Anne Eskildsen, Department of Bioscience at Aarhus University, is documenting severe declines in butterfly diversity over the last century.
Although a young Institute with only one and a half year in existence, the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies has been accepted as a member of NetIAS.
Data visualization brought to the fore at the AIAS conference 'More than Pretty Pictures – The Aesthetics of Data Representation' when science and art met for four days
The AIAS has received 150 applications in the second round of applications from researchers from around the globe for up to 12 fellowships.
On 2 February 2015 the AIAS takes a new step forward when AIAS alumni will hand the academic torch to this new cohort of AIAS fellows and hereby securing the constant fire of scientific talent at the Institute.