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Distant star gives unique knowledge of the Sun. The new insight is an important step towards understanding how the Sun might lead to climate changes.
Geological Student Symposium 2018 takes place at Aarhus University and is an event which focuses on building social network among geology students. Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre (DHRTC) supports the Symposium with an amount of DKK 50,000 to strengthen the teamwork between DHRTC and Aarhus University.
Associate Professor Ole Rønø Clausen, Associate Professor Stéphane Bodin, and Assistant Professor Katrine Juul Andresen from the Department of Geoscience have been granted a total of 7.2 million kroner from the Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre (DHRTC) under the Tight Reservoir Development Programme.