@SPOT Festival: “A New Drug? – Music as Medication”

@SPOT Festival: “A New Drug? – Music as Medication” »

by Isabelle Bonenkamp

“Music is experienced, performed and shared by people in all societies, ages and social groups.  Recently, neuro-scientific interest in music has

The Facebook of psoriaris

The Facebook of psoriaris »

Text by Gabriel Prieto Ch. Photos by Gabriel Prieto Ch. and Serla Rusli

An app for psoriaris patients? This was one of

Turning greenhouse gases green

Turning greenhouse gases green »

by Marlis Stubenvoll

CO2 is the classical antagonist of sustainability – until now. New research from Aarhus could turn the driver of climate

Denmark’s social policy in view of regaining the American dream    

Denmark’s social policy in view of regaining the American dream     »

10 Feb, 2015
PoliticsResearch

Aarhus University guest speaker, Harvard University professor and American political scientist, Robert Putnam, tackles America’s growing inequality gap and highlights the strengths of the Danish welfare system.

Where social trust leads, corruption is absent

Where social trust leads, corruption is absent »

2 Dec, 2014
Research

Denmark emerges as the top country for the the highest level of social trust and the lowest rate of corruption on global indexes. A closer look at social interactions and tradition reveals why Denmark retains such a high standing.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle »

18 Nov, 2014
ResearchSustainability

Denmark without waste, how a country changed the pattern of the amount of waste generated with an efficient recycling system.

The changing face of Danish citizenship

The changing face of Danish citizenship »

4 Jun, 2014
Research

Denmark’s citizenship laws are some of the most restrictive in Europe, and double citizenship is almost never permitted. But that will change next

Forskningens Døgn: Science for the masses

Forskningens Døgn: Science for the masses »

15 May, 2014
EducationResearch

The day the Danes went out to the campus to check out how the government is spending their tax money – and ended

Sun shines on hydrogen future

Sun shines on hydrogen future »

16 Apr, 2014
Research

Researchers at AU are hopeful of harnessing hydrogen as a cheap and clean fuel of the future. Now, they just need the Danish

Crazy little thing called Science

Crazy little thing called Science »

2 Apr, 2014
Research

Who says academic research can’t be fun? The Ig Nobel prizes, recently presented at Aarhus University, award science that makes people laugh, then