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A new book by AIAS Fellow Katarzyna Jażdżewska offers a comprehensive study of the Greek genre of dialogue in antiquity, including new sources and bringing novel insights.
The last 50 years of Mars missions are reviewed in a new publication by AIAS Fellow Julene Aramendia and international collaborators, focusing on the techniques used for making on-site geochemical studies of the surface of Mars.
AIAS incoming Fellow Fulvio Reggiori is awarded a Novo Laureate grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to start his own research laboratory to study and answer key unsolved questions in the field of autophagy, the process of ‘self-eating’ cells, which has therapeutic potential to fight diseases such as cancer, and neurodegenerative disorders as Parkinson’s and Huntington’s.
Political scientist Sandra Eckert is appointed a full professor at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany from August 2022.
Together with major European bodies involved in imaging radiation safety, AIAS Fellow Ruben Pauwels has contributed to a re-evaluation of the use of shielding in radiology, which has resulted in issuing of consensus-based recommendations.
AIAS Former Fellow Rasmus O. Bak is awarded an ERC Starting Grant to study stem cells and gene therapy to improve treatment of diseases like blood cancer and genetic disorders by applying a new state-of-the-art method for precisely controlling gene expression.
AIAS Fellow Markus Rinschen is awarded a Carlsberg Foundation Young Researcher Fellowship of DKK 4.7 million to study the ‘Metabolic modulation of podocyte mechanotransduction’
AIAS Fellow Lisa M. Wu has developed a new programme to help improve cognitive problems in brain cancer survivors. The project is funded by the Danish Cancer Society and aims to improve real-life functioning, work ability and quality of life for brain cancer survivors.
Former AIAS Fellow Sâmia Joca (Department of Biomedicine at Aarhus University) is awarded an Ascending Investigators grant of DKK 5 million by the Lundbeck Foundation to investigate whether the compound cannabidiol can have a positive effect on depression.
AIAS Director Søren Rud Keiding contributes to the book series Tænkepauser, Reflections, with a new book on water. As a chemical physicist, Keiding dives into the wondrous properties of water and takes us on a freezing or vaporizing experience.
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Whose Sport Is It? A Debate on Gender, Equality, and Fairness in Sport and Society. Organized by AIAS Associate Jörg Krieger, Department of Public…
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