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2016.11.02 | Students, Events

PhD Career Day 2016

PhD Career Day 2016 will provide you with a strong and useful basis for at great start to your professional career. Join this event and get a unique opportunity to display your qualities and skills to a range of different companies. As a PhD student, you will have the opportunity to exchange academic competencies and interests and network with…

2016.10.05 | PhD students

Learn more about how to get your research published

On 23 November 2016 the four Graduate Schools at Aarhus University are hosting a joint PhD course focusing on the technique in writing a good scientific abstract. The course will bring together PhD students from all disciplines and there will be an opportunity for getting personal feedback on your writing. To learn more about the course and how…

2016.09.28 | PhD students

GSST SECRETARIAT WILL BE CLOSED DUE TO AN INTERNAL MEETING

The GSST secretariat will be closed Wednesday, 28 September 2016 due to an internal meeting.

2016.09.20 | PhD students

Meeting about Applying for a Visa to the US

Learn more about how to apply for a visa if you are planning a research stay to the US.

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PHD DEFENCES

Mikkel Bregnhøj

2017.06.01 | PhD defence

The electronic transitions of molecular oxygen – How to measure and manipulate highly forbidden optical transitions

PhD defence, Thursday June 1st 2017. Mikkel Bregnhøj.

Lingzhao Fang

2017.05.23 | PhD defence

Opening the “black box” of genomic architecture behind complex traits contributes to genomic prediction

PhD defence, Tuesday 23 May 2017. Lingzhao Fang

László Kékedy-Nagy

2017.05.19 | PhD defence

Electrical Properties of DNA and Their Use in Biosensors for Cancer Biomarkers

PhD defence, Friday 19 May 2017. László Kékedy-Nagy

Shenglin Liu

2017.05.19 | PhD defence

Evolutionary history recorded in genomes: a tale of stickleback fish in Denmark and Greenland

PhD defense, Friday 19 May 2017. Shenglin Liu

Steffen Lynge Sparvath 
Illustration of a rationally designed 3D RNA nanostructure during cotranscriptional folding: The domains of the single-stranded RNA origami nanostructure (rainbow colors) fold sequentially as the newly synthesized RNA emerges from the transcription bubble inside the T7 RNA polymerase (transparent grey surface). In the illustration the T7 RNA polymerase moves left along the DNA (light blue) and the 3’-end of the RNA base pairs with the template strand in the transcription bubble.

2017.05.16 | PhD defence

RNA Origami - Building nanodevices for in vivo application

PhD defence, Tuesday 16 May 2017. Steffen Lynge Sparvath.

Klaus Brønd Laursen

2017.05.15 | PhD defence

Combining values and volume in organic food chains – can it be done?

PhD defence, Monday 15 of May 2017. Klaus Brønd Laursen

Rasmus Søgaard Christensen

2017.05.11 | PhD defence

Dirt at absolute zero temperature – Impurity particles in ultracold gases

PhD defence, Thursday 11 May 2017. Rasmus Søgaard Christensen

Evelien Margriet de Olde

2017.05.11 | PhD defence

Assessing sustainability at farm level: an inquiry into methods and indicators

PhD defence, Thursday 11 May 2017. Evelien de Olde

Jiayi Qin

2017.05.11 | PhD defence

Metabarcoding improves the efficiency of monitoring soil mesofauna

PhD defence, Thursday May 11 2017. Jiayi Qin

Bhaniswor Pokhrel

2017.05.11 | PhD defence

Fertigation – a challenge in organic food production

PhD defence, Thursday 11 May 2017. Bhaniswor Pokhrel

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