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2014.02.25 | Research news

Large grant for new research in the well-being of children and youth

Two BSS researchers and TrygFonden’s Centre for Child Research awarded DKK 20 million to evaluate children and youth programmes.

2014.02.19 | Research news

Schizophrenics are at greater risk of getting diseases

People suffering from schizophrenia are at greater risk of developing autoimmune diseases such as psoriasis and multiple sclerosis. This is the conclusion of new research from Aarhus University. It appears that infections play a determining role.

2014.02.04 | Education news

The future leaders of the welfare state

Department of Political Science and Government and Department of Economics and Business have joined forces and established a new Bachelor’s degree programme at School of Business and Social Sciences. The Public Policy programme will be open for enrolment this spring. The students will receive training in planning and organising extensive public…

2014.01.29 | Knowledge exchange

More knowledge in the debate on childrens welfare

The foundation TrygFronden and TrygFonden’s Centre for Child Research has established a journalistic fellowship, aimed at fostering a more knowledge-intensive debate about socially marginalised children and youth in particular.

2014.01.10 | People

Obituary for Dale T. Mortensen

Dale T. Mortensen, Professor, Nobel Prize winner and a dear friend of Aarhus University, passed away on 9 January. Read the obituary here, written by Bent Jesper Christensen and Henning Bunzel.

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2013.12.20 | Awards

PhD Students receive travel grants from Købmand Ferdinand Sallings Mindefond

Mette Trier Damgaard and Sune Lauth Gadegaard have received travel grants of 150.000 DKK each. They will go abroad to, respectively, the University of California at Berkeley and Lancaster University, The Management School.

2013.12.16 | Awards

Francesco Violante rewarded with the Sapere Aude Research Talent Grant 2013

The Danish Council for Independent Research has awarded Assistant Professor Francesco Violante the Sapere Aude Research Talent Grant 2013 of DKK 500.000.

2013.12.05 | Research news

Patients with mental illness need heart medication

A new study shows that many patients suffering from mental illnesses have an elevated risk of heart disease, and they are in fact not getting the appropriate treatment, which in turn shortens their lifespan.

2013.11.22 | Research news

Labour mobility generates growth

Companies that want to expand can benefit from hiring employees with experience in and knowledge about new export destinations. This is the conclusion of a research project conducted by Assistant Professor Eliane Choquette and PhD Philipp Meinen.

2013.11.12 | Awards

Two PhD students receive travel scholarships

Maria Elbek Andersen and Mikkel Mulvad Bennedsen have received the Aage and Ylva Nimb’s Foundation Travel Scholarship and will go abroad to, respectively, the research centre CIRRELT Montreal, Canada, and Harvard University.

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