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The European Research Council (ERC) has announced which research teams will receive funding through its Starting Grant scheme. Three researchers from Aarhus University are among the recipients.
Which students should serve on the boards of studies, academic councils, PhD committees and AU’s board? That’s what’s at stake for students and PhD students in the 2022 university elections, which start this week.
The Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF) has awarded grants totalling DKK 105m to 37 research projects to support the green transition. Four of the grant recipients are researchers from Aarhus University, each of whom has received approx. DKK 2.8m to realise their projects.
Do you have a research colleague in another part of the world who might be interested in a research stay at Aarhus University? If so, now is the time to share the call for applications for new AIAS fellowships. AIAS is offering ten thematic fellowships in collaboration with AU's interdisciplinary strategic initiatives PIREAU and SHAPE. It is also now possible to apply for AIAS visiting fellowships for researchers on sabbaticals.
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