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On April 28, you can experience many free online lectures by Aarhus University researchers.

2021.04.20 | Department of Geoscience, Staff

Experience two different online lectures from Geoscience researchers at “Forskningens Døgn” on 28 April

Katrine Juul Andresen takes you under the sea to ”Doggerland – et forhistorisk landskab g(l)emt under Nordsøens bølger” and Rasmus Andreasen and Erik Thomsen take you back in time to ”Danmarkshistorien skrives om: Skrydstrup- og Egtvedpigen var nok ikke kosmopolitter”. See the entire program here. (In Danish)

Gender diversity in Danish geoscience

2021.04.15 | Department of Geoscience, Staff

Project initiated to achieve gender balance

The long-term perspective of the project is to achieve an equal gender distribution and thus prevent a massive loss of talent and create an attractive workplace. The project collects gender-based data, which must be discussed in relation to foreign studies and experiences regarding gender-based initiatives in research environments.

Neanderthal. Photo: sgrunden - Pixabay

2021.04.14 | Department of Geoscience

New Podcast: Have there been Neanderthals in Denmark?

Professor Emeritus Bent Odgaard and Associate Professor Søren Munch Kristiansen have contributed to a podcast on Radio4 Kraniebrud, about whether Neanderthals have lived in Denmark. You can hear the entire broadcast here. (In Danish)

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Events

Wed 28 Apr
14:30-15:30 |
Forskningens Døgn: Online lecture on The Skrydstrup and Egtved girl – which completely rewrites Danish history
At Forskningens Døgn, you can listen to new research at home in your living room. From Geoscience, Rasmus Andreasen and Erik Thomsen take you on a journey back in time, when Aarhus University invites you to a series of online lectures on 28 April.
Wed 28 Apr
16:30-17:30 |
Forskningens Døgn: Online lecture on The Skrydstrup and Egtved girl – which completely rewrites Danish history
At Forskningens Døgn, you can listen to new research at home in your living room. From Geoscience, Rasmus Andreasen and Erik Thomsen take you on a journey back in time, when Aarhus University invites you to a series of online lectures on 28 April.
Wed 28 Apr
17:30-18:30 |
Forskningens Døgn: Online lecture on Doggerland – a prehistoric landscape hidden in the sea
At Forskningens Døgn, you can listen to new research at home in your living room. From Geoscience, Katrine Juul Andresen will take you out to sea when Aarhus University invites you to a series of online lectures on 28 April.
Wed 28 Apr
19:00-20:00 |
Forskningens Døgn: Online lecture on Doggerland – a prehistoric landscape hidden in the sea
At Forskningens Døgn, you can listen to new research at home in your living room. From Geoscience, Katrine Juul Andresen will take you out to sea when Aarhus University invites you to a series of online lectures on 28 April.
Tue 04 May
19:30-21:00 |
Climate lecture: The Earth's climate – in the past, present and future
Associate professor and climate researcher Mads Faurschou Knudsen visits Rønde Højskole and gives a short lecture followed by a climate dialogue.

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