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AIAS Fellow Mie Andersen and collaborators from Aarhus and Berlin have developed a new algorithm that can teach computers to predict how complex molecules will bind to the surface of catalysts. This is important when you have to produce synthetic fuels, for example. And it’s almost like playing extreme Tetris.
Lau Møller Andersen has been appointed a member of the Danish Young Academy, a network for talented young researchers under the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.
Current therapies for colorectal cancer metastases are limited. By applying state-of-the-art technologies, AIAS fellow Joanna Kalucka seeks to improve this in a new cross-disciplinary project with Dr Lena-Christin Conradi, University of Göttingen, General, Visceral and Pediatric Surgery. A Novo Nordisk Foundation Tandem Grant of DKK 10 million will support the project.
With eight new, strong members a new Advisory Board to AIAS is formed – a forum that has as its aim to advice the AIAS management and Board of Directors in academic and strategic affairs.
In the space of 10 days, AIAS received 65 applications for the AUFF Ukraine research fellowships, which are aimed at researchers fleeing the war in Ukraine. It was difficult reading the applications and making a selection, but it is worth helping, even if we can only help the few, says Søren Rud Keiding, director of the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies.
Researchers at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital have formed an “OMICS Focus group” – a cross-faculty network that connects scientists using “omics” techniques in their research. Two AIAS fellows have initiated the group.
New book by sociologist Michael G. Flaherty (Eckerd College), co-written during his AIAS fellowship with long-term prisoner K. C. Carceral, studies time and temporal experience during imprisonment.
Via the CAT programme, the European Network for Institutes of Advanced Study supports excellent early career research groups committed to developing new ideas in order to understand and tackle current or emerging societal challenges. The group working on ‘Light and Human health’ will visit AIAS from 28 March to 1 April.
A two-day workshop at AIAS brought researchers, policy-makers, research management and industry together to discuss the methods of interdisciplinary collaboration in the Nordic countries.
In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Aarhus University Research Foundation has donated funding to research fellowships for researchers affected by the war in Ukraine. The researchers will be hosted at AIAS.
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Screening of Chicago Boys, directed by Carola Fuentes and Rafael Valdeavellano (2016), at Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies.
The Architecture of Warning: Urban Ruins and the Ecological Imagination
Cellular recycling: From cell digestion to coronaviruses
Luxury in Ancient Sparta
Invasive S.muticum seaweed: Potential use as food bioactive ingredient
Democracy at Work: A Historical Case Study
Cormorant: A Natural History of Prejudice
Modern economics and the computer – epistemology of an uneasy relationship
AIAS Conference on Building(s) in Aarhus. Hosted by AIAS Fellow Corina-Gabriela Ciobotaru.
Organizer: AIAS Associate Felicity Davis, Dept. of Biomedicine, Aarhus University and NewPICellDev.
Organiser: CON AMORE, Aarhus University
To tell a life: Symposium on life story psychology in honor of Tilmann Habermas
Earth Sensations: Affects, sensibilities and attachments in an era of climate change