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Following a partial relocation of the school defibrillators, 15 first aid defibrillators are now available on the outside of buildings at Aarhus BSS. History shows that in the case of sudden cardiac arrest, exterior defibrillators are the ones that citizen responders pick up and use.
The Independent Research Fund Denmark (IRFD) is granting DKK 9.6 million for researchers from the Department of Political Science at Aarhus BSS. The money will be spent on research into the Danes’ attitudes towards the defence opt-out, how voting advice applications influence voters, and moral considerations in connection with the sale of surrogacy, sex and kidneys.
The recipients of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie European Postdoctoral Fellowships have been found. Now, they share their experiences of applying for the prestigious individual grant, which has a high success rate at Aarhus BSS, where two out of six applicants were rewarded in the round of applications for 2021. The grant is aimed at postdocs, assistant professors and associate professors.
Ground has been broken on a major new construction project on the new University City campus. The new 37,000 m2 building will include study, research and teaching facilities for Aarhus BSS as well as a large round lecture theatre with seating for 800. The new facilities will be taken into use in 2025.
Aarhus University once again invites all AU employees to join their colleagues for a run or walk. You can still register for the race.
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