News and events

Rapid echolocation helps toothed whales capture speedy prey

2021.10.27A new study by Peter Teglberg Madsen and collaborators shows that toothed whales rapidly adjust their echolocation behaviour to track fast and unpredictable prey movements, with response times similar to human vision.

VIPO grant for bat computers

2021.10.18Postdoc Laura Stidsholt from the Department of Biology is one of the grant recipients under the Villum International Postdoc talent programme. The DKK 2,468,000 grant will fund her research into how bats use echolocation.

Limited IT During the Weekend of 11 and 12 September

2021.09.02IT maintenance work will affect AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 11 - 12 September 2021.

Remember to check your spam filter

2021.09.02A new technical solution is being rolled out at AU to protect your inbox against fraudulent emails. Until the solution has been fully implemented, you should keep an extra eye on your spam filter.

Brightspace has launched

2021.09.02When autumn semester classes will begin in just a few weeks, Blackboard will be history. From now on, all course content will be available on Brightspace, AU’s new learning platform. Help is available from CED if you need help in getting your courses ready in Brightspace.


Fri 29 Oct
13:00-13:45 | Department of Biology, C. F. Møllers Allé 3, building 1131-127
Professor Tobias Wang: August Krogh: his life and principle
Seminar: Zoophysiology
Mon 01 Nov
13:00-15:00 | The Natural History Museum, Wilhelm Meyers Allé 10, building 1210-001
Insights into the physiology of cable bacteria
PhD defence: Stefano Scilipoti, Microbiology
Mon 01 Nov
14:15-15:30 | The AIAS Auditorium
Sylvie Tesson, AIAS Fellow: Causes and Consequences of Microalgae Dispersal
AIAS Seminar
Tue 02 Nov
13:00-13:45 | Department of Biology, Ny Munkegade 114-116, building 1540-116
Prof. Dr. Heide Schulz-Vogt: Magnetotactic bacteria in stratified water columns
Seminar: Microbiology
Mon 08 Nov
14:00-15:00 | Online via Zoom
Dr. Jonathan Lenoir: The stay-or-go paradox of plants in a warming world
BIOCHANGE Seminar Series
Fri 12 Nov
13:00-13:45 | Department of Biology, C. F. Møllers Allé 3, building 1131-127
Charlotte Rose Findlay: Predicting risks from acoustic deterrents to marine mammals
Seminar: Zoophysiology