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2016.03.08 | Talent development, PhD students

PhD students wanted for ’ForskerFight’

Folkeuniversitetet is looking for contestants for ’ForskerFight 2016’ – an honourable battle with the aim of imparting research and with a prize of DKK 10,000 for the winner. The contestants must be Danish-speaking PhD students from Aarhus University.

2016.03.04 | PhD students

UIC seminar: Danish tax system

Explanation of the Danish tax system, as it pertains to international PhD students and researchers. Sign-up required.

2016.03.04 | Talent development, PhD students

NOVA PhD Course "Modern IPM in Greenhouses"

      Course Description The present course will give a general description of IPM principles for the greenhouse environment and biocontrol in the greenhouses. Students will also learn about different approaches for disease and pest management in greenhouses, such as using pollinating insects as vectors to spread a substance used in the…

2016.03.04 | Talent development, PhD students

NOVA PhD Course "Quantitative Genetics in Animal Breeding" - Open for Applications

         Course DescriptionThe course will focus on population and quantitative genetics that is relevant in the genomic selection era. The course is aimed at students with an interest in quantitative genetics or animal breeding. Content The course will focus on understanding, analysing, and utilizing the genetic basis of quantitative traits…

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Ilenia Manuguerra

2016.10.26 | PhD defence

Synthetic binding sites and gene assembly – new applications of DNA architectures

PhD defence, Wednesday, 26 October 2016. Ilenia Manuguerra.

Jan Herudek

2016.10.25 | PhD defence

Investigating RNA molecules upon rapid inactivation of the RNA degradation machinery

PhD defence, Tuesday 25 October 2016. Jan Herudek

Christian Lind Malte Nielsen

2016.10.21 | PhD defence

The effects of ventilation patterns and cardiac shunting on gas exchange in vertebrates

PhD defence, Friday 21 October 2016. Christian Lind Malte Nielsen.

Karoline Thorum Neumann

2016.10.14 | PhD defence

Transition Metal Catalysis and Isotope Labeling in Organic Synthesis

PhD defense, Friday, 14 October 2016. Karoline Neumann.

Vicki Nue

2016.10.12 | PhD defence

Harnessing Catechol Chemistry for Material Design

PhD defence, Wednesday, 12 October 2016. Vicki Nue.

Chris Ørum Rasmussen
The laser needed for spectroscopy of the antihydrogen atom operates at 243nm. Visible here is the (blue) 486nm light, which is frequency doubled to produce 243nm.

2016.10.10 | PhD defence

Testing the Laws of Nature with Trapped Antihydrogen

PhD defence, Monday 10 October 2016. Chris Ørum Rasmussen

Emil Laust Kristoffersen

2016.10.10 | PhD defence

Detection of DNA modifying enzymes using DNA-based nanostructures – studying the silhouettes of enzyme reactions

PhD defence, Tuesday, 11 October 2016. Emil L. Kristoffersen

Behzad Sharif.

2016.10.10 | PhD defence

Data-driven models for finding climate effects on crop production

PhD defence, Tuesday 1 November 2016. Behzad Sharif.

Jing Wang

2016.10.07 | PhD defence

A specific DNA sensor for high sensitive and quantitative detection of integrase in retroviral particles

PhD defence, Friday, 7 October 2016. Jing Wang

Mattia De Stefano

2016.10.06 | PhD defence

DNA nanotechnology: addressing the limitations of a promising material

PhD defence, Thursday, 6 october 2016. Mattia De Stefano

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