Uddrag fra ”Condensed Mathematics masterclass” af professor Peter Scholze.
1. November 2021

Other October News in Brief

International conference held by CeMist; MIB welcomes new Professor; New study from SAC works on reducing the emission of greenhouse gasses; CEM conference held at the…

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9. March 2021

CEM demonstrates unique electric oxygen respiration

In a new study from the Center of Excellence CEM at Aarhus University, the cable bacteria that were found in the Bay of Aarhus 10…

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Billede af Mathias Middelbor, Anja C. Andersen, Kristoffer Szilas til arrangementet Dybhavet og det ydre rum til Blooms mini festival Weekend Under the Oak.
31. August 2020

Other August News in Brief

Professor Mathias Middelboe from the new Center of Excellence HADAL participated in Bloom’s mini festival 2020; the first volume of UrbNet’s new international Journal of…

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Billedet viser en bonde på en rismark i byen Aceh, Indonesien.
28. April 2020

CEM: Methane emissions in rice cultivation can be reduced by cable bacteria

Rice is the primary food source for about half of the world’s population, but rice cultivation is extremely stressful to the climate because it emits…

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Photo of the Milky Way. Photo: Nathan Anderson.
1. August 2019

Other July News in Brief

Poul Nissen and researchers from Aarhus University show first structure of important membrane protein Professor and former DNRF head of center Poul Nissen is the…

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23. May 2018

Research from CEM: Laser light maps electrons’ way through cable bacteria

Using laser light, researchers from the Center for Electromicrobiology (CEM) at Aarhus University examined the loss of voltage in the newly discovered cable bacteria. The…

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11. December 2017

Inauguration of Center for Electromicrobiology headed by professor Lars Peter Nielsen

Professor Lars Peter Nielsen has received a grant from the Danish National Research Foundation to establish the Center for Electromicrobiology hosted by Aarhus University. The…

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