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Photo: Else Marie Friis. The figure show synchrotron radiation X-ray tomographic microscopy reconstructions of a fruit with a single seed from Early Cretaceous sediments from USA seen from the outside (A) and in a virtual section of the seed coat (B) with the distinct cells of the endothelium (arrowhead).

2019.07.24 | Department of Geoscience, Research

The endothelium in seeds of early angiosperms

Article in the New Phytologist written by Else Marie Friis, Peter R. Crane & Kaj Raunsgaard Pedersen

2019.07.19 | Department of Geoscience, Public / media

The climate of the future is cause for concern for Danes

Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz from Geoscience comments on the concerns in the Danish newspaper, Berlingske

Photo: Søren Kjeldgaard, AU

2019.07.05 | Department of Geoscience, Environment, climate and energy

New method of locating underground water reservoirs

A new AU-USGS research project funded by the Poul Due Jensen Foundation will make new technology for underground water detection easily accessible in developing countries.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2019.07.02 | Department of Geoscience

New technology to provide more accurate groundwater models

Newly developed magnetic field technology from Aarhus University can help create a far more accurate 3D image of groundwater resources and soil conditions. Among other things, It is used to take better care of our drinking water.

2019.07.01 | Department of Geoscience

Missing airplane engine part found by GEUS led expeditions

The HydroGeophysics Group at Geoscience helped find a missing airplane part in Greenland using SnowTEM

Sampling in Greenland. Photo: David Egholm

2019.07.01 | Department of Geoscience

Hunt for missing ice caps

Article in Aktuel Naturvidenskab: Associate Professor Mads Faurschou Knudsen from Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University talks about the mystery of the missing of ice and the project aimed at locating the ice.