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IPol-ERA: Development of roadmap for advancing the environmental risk assessment of chemical pesticides for insect pollinators.
A new Danish study shows that moths play an unexpected and important role as bee ‘assistants’ by pollinating flowers. The insects, which are perceived as a scourge to textiles in people’s homes, actually contribute to biodiversity and sustain important plant species. Researchers at Aarhus University have discovered an addition to the cast list of the story of the birds and the bees. Literally.
This finding has just been presented in the highly esteemed journal Science. Professor Rune Dietz and Professor Christian Sonne, Arctic Research Center, Aarhus University, Denmark participated in the research.
Rasmus Ejrnæs, a senior researcher at the Department of Ecoscience at Aarhus University, has won the Danmarks Bedste Naturformidler 2022 award (Denmark's Best Nature Communicator 2022). The award was presented at this year's People’s Festival of Nature (Naturmødet), which took place in Hirtshals on 19-21 May.
Exceptionally promising. This is how an Arctic top researcher describes a probe that three engineer students have developed during a bachelor's project in collaboration with the Department of Mechanics and Production and the Department of Biology at Aarhus University. In autumn 2021, the probe passed the ultimate test under extreme Arctic conditions.
Scientific report on the Danish Redlist provides an overview of the most important habitats for red-listed species in Denmark.
Aarhus University’s research vessel Aurora functions as a platform for a wide range of research and investigation projects with national and…
In the summer of 2021, in a respite from the restrictions of the pandemic, the team at the Aarhus University Lake Warming Mesocosm Experiment (LWME) managed to run a heat wave experiment with support from the EU H2020 project AQUACOSM plus.
The course invites PhD students, but promising master and undergraduate students as well as other participants from indigenous groups or local organizations working on the topic are welcome. The course offers lectures, fieldwork, lab work, discussions and a local stakeholder workshop.
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