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2021.02.23 |

Assessing the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) in oral radiology

In the last few years, artificial intelligence (AI) has become a much-debated topic in radiology. A recent scientific study by AIAS Fellow Ruben Pauwels and co-author assess dentists and dental students’ attitude regarding the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) in oral radiology. The authors suggest that it is pivotal to incorporate AI topics…

2021.02.01 |

Racism and anti-racism research seminars launched

AIAS is hosting a series of research seminars on racism and anti-racism in the spring semester 2021 in collaboration with the Research Unit for the History of Political and Economic Ideas at Aarhus University.

2021.01.28 |

Welcome to three new fellows

On 1 February 2021, it’s commencement day at AIAS. Three new research fellows will begin their AIAS fellowship and collaboration with Aarhus University faculty members. The researchers are at AIAS on fellowships that will last from half a year up to three years.

Photo: Mie Andersen, new Villum Young Investigator recipient and AIAS Fellow.

2021.01.22 |

Villum Young Investigator grant to new AIAS Fellow Mie Andersen

Nanoscientist Mie Andersen has been awarded a Villum Young Investigator grant of DKK 8 mill to study design principles for materials that can convert CO2 into fuels or chemicals to help us tackling climate change and our dependence on fossil fuels.

A dead adult female gray whale stranded in Laguna San Ignacio in Mexico on the 17 March 2019. The whale was 12.8m in length. Photo: Fabian Rodríguez-González.

2021.01.21 |

A large number of gray whales are starving and dying in the eastern North Pacific

It is now the third year that gray whales have been found in very poor condition or dead in large numbers along the west coast of Mexico, USA and Canada, and scientist have raised their concerns. An international study published this week in the journal Marine Ecology Progress Series, led by Aarhus University researcher Dr Fredrik Christiansen,…

Image: AIAS by Melissa Bach Yildirim.

2021.01.18 |

Record number of applications for AIAS-COFUND II fellowships

With an increase of more than 25%, the fourth call for AIAS-COFUND Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowships under the EU’s Horizon 2020 has closed successfully. An international triple peer-review and selection process of the 379 applications will follow until June 2021.

Image: Special Issue cover.

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.

Group picture AIAS Fellows

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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