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At Geoscience, there is an increase in the number of quota 2 applicants

2021.03.17 | Department of Geoscience

Increase in applicants for Geoscience on quota 2

The application deadline for quota 2 applications has just expired. Almost 6,000 applicants have chosen Aarhus University as their first priority. This is an increase of 3% compared to 2020. Natural Sciences has received 400 first-priority applications, which is the same as last year. At Geoscience, there is an increase in the number of applicants.

A 1U-CubeSat is 10 cm on each side and weighs 1 kg. Illustration: Space Inventor

2021.03.12 | Department of Geoscience

Danish students will launch their own satellite next summer

The satellite will be launched on a Falcon-9 rocket in the Summer of 2022. The satellite will include a number of smaller student experiments as well as serve as a communications station for radio amateurs around the world. Christoffer Karoff from the Department of Geoscience is part of the project.

[Translate to English:] Traktor, der spreder kalk. Foto: Mark Robinson. Creative Commons https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en

2021.03.10 | Department of Geoscience, Staff

New studies support that agricultural lime affects strontium analyzes

Erik Thomsen and Rasmus Andreasen from the Department of Geoscience demonstrate in two new scientific articles that strontium from agricultural lime is leached from the upper soil layers and thus affects the strontium isotope values in the environment. Thus, a number of hypotheses about the origins of prehistoric humans should be revised.

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