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November lunch meeting

Aarhus University iNANO 1590 Aarhus University iNANO 1590, Aarhus, Denmark (DNK), Denmark

The Junior Researcher Association's lunch meetings offer a great possibility to socialize and expand your network on Aarhus University while learning more about the difficulties facing junior researchers. Overall, The Junior Researcher Association aims to improve the working conditions for junior researchers and work closely with Aarhus University leadership and administration to achieve the best […]


Workshop on Confidence and Communication

Victor Haderup auditorium, Panum, University of Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark

We know that confidence is generally lacking in many women (driven by societal norms/culture that are instilled from an early age, through to biological/hormonal differences, and even (in some cases) inheriting the wrong combination of confidence genes which can further add to the mix. Even successful women can suffer from a lack of confidence internally. […]


Conference: Promoting Diversity

Aulaen, Aarhus Universitet Nordre Ringgade 4, Aarhus, Denmark (DNK), Denmark

At the conference, the main focus areas in the forthcoming action plan for diversity and equality at AU will be presented. The aim of the conference is to discuss how management, employees, and students can promote diversity through actions in relation to workplace culture, recruitment, career development, and management. Deadline for registration: 28 February 2020 […]

Getting the word out: How to communicate your research to the public

Communicating your research to non-scientists can be challenging. However, being able to take the knowledge you create in the lab and share it with the public is a rewarding experience.
Anders Høeg Lammers, Editor of's Forskerzonen, will talk about, how you can collaborate with the media and how to pitch an editor/journalist.

Emma Louth is a neuroscientist, author and public speaker who will explain how you can explain complex science to non-scientist and will provide some practical steps to getting started with scientific outreach.