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2020.12.18 |

Special issue on Street Art’s Politics and Discontents

AIAS Fellow Tijen Tunali is editor of the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies Special Issue on ‘Street Art’s Politics and Discontents’.

Photo: AIAS Fellow Christian Damsgaard. By Aarhus University Photo.

2020.12.16 |

AIAS Fellow Christian Damsgaard receives Lundbeck Foundation Experiment grant

AIAS Fellow Christian Damsgaard has received a DKK 1.998.986 Lundbeck Foundation Experiment grant for his project 'Oxygen delivery to neural tissue without blood vessels'. In his research project he will study how birds and some mammals can provide enough oxygen for the retina in the eye without the small blood vessels that are vital for oxygen…

Søren Rud Keiding

2020.12.16 |

Søren Rud Keiding is the new director of AIAS

A unanimous board has elected the previous acting director, Professor Søren Rud Keiding, as the new director of Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies. His great motivation is to get others to succeed.

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2020.12.10 |

CRISPR expert is the last fellow in the AIAS-COFUND I Fellowship programme

The AIAS-COFUND I fellowship programme funded by the EU’s FP7, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, COFUND scheme and Aarhus University Research Foundation has been running successfully since 2014. When AIAS Fellow and geneticist Rasmus O. Bak finishes his fellowship this week, this first AIAS programme comes to an end.

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2020.12.07 |

AIAS Fellow is part of a new EU research project to bring about quiet seas

Over the next four years, a major new EU project will examine how noise from shipping affects the marine environment and identify solutions to make ships quieter. Project SATURN has participants from ten countries, and researchers from AU will play a key role.

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2020.11.26 |

AIAS Fellow Rasmus O. Bak receives Young Researcher Fellowship of DKK 5 million grant from the Carlsberg Foundation

Geneticist Rasmus O. Bak has been awarded a Carlsberg Foundation Young Researcher Fellowship of DKK 5 million for his project 'Elucidating genetic programs in hematopoietic stem cells’. Using CRISPR/Cas technology, he seeks new knowledge about the human genome that can lead to the development of new medicines for patients with serious blood…

Photo: AIAS Fellow Lisa M. Wu. By Aarhus University Photo.

2020.11.17 |

New project to help childhood cancer survivors

AIAS Fellow Lisa Wu has received grant funding from The Danish Cancer Society (Kræftens Bekæmpelse) to develop a new type of treatment for childhood cancer survivors to improve their cognitive impairment by bringing parents and children together.

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2020.11.12 |

Time Work: Studies of Temporal Agency

How people change time and modify their temporal experience is investigated from an international scope in a new book co-edited by former AIAS Fellow Michael G. Flaherty from Eckerd College and the University of South Florida, together with anthropologists Lotte Meinert and Anne Line Dalsgård from Aarhus University.

2020.11.04 |

The Aarhus Complexity Massive: New ABM network at AIAS

AIAS Fellow Iza Romanowska has together with Arthur Hjorth from the Department of Management at Aarhus University formed an agent-based modelling and Complexity Science interest group, the Aarhus Complexity Massive. All interested are invited to join the interdisciplinary group of scholars.

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2020.10.29 |

Special issue on Moral Conflict and Political Obligation in (Highly) Non-ideal Conditions

AIAS Fellow Kei Hiruta and Dr Allyn Fives from National University of Ireland Galway have co-edited the Res Publica Special Issue on ‘Moral Conflict and Political Obligation in (Highly) Non-ideal Conditions’.

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