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[Translate to English:] Anders Frederiksen. (Foto: pure.au.dk)

2018.10.15 | People

Head of department creates growth at Aarhus University in Herning

Anders Frederiksen will continue as head of Aarhus University’s Department of Business Development and Technology in Herning for the next three years. Aarhus BSS at Aarhus University has just extended the 42-year old Professor Anders Frederiksen’s appointment as head of department until 2022.

Photo: Camilla Brodam

2018.07.04 | People

PhD student from Herning takes on Europe

Only 25 PhD students from across Europe are lucky enough to participate in the EIT Global Food Venture programme, and one of these are Dafni-Despoina Avgoustaki from Aarhus University’s Department of Business Development and Technology in Herning. As the only representative from a Danish university, Dafni will receive tailored one-to-one mentoring…

[Translate to English:] Foto: Camilla Brodam

2018.06.26 | People

400th student on the MSc in Engineering graduates in Herning

Shortly before 2pm, Emil Kjærgaard Petersen received his final grade and with that the title of Master of Science in Engineering. As he left the examination room, he was greeted by a celebration committee. He was no less than the 400th student on the MSc in Engineering to graduate in Herning, and it seems plenty more will follow. “A lot of my…

Presentation of casework at TBMI Challenge 2018. Photo: Camilla Brodam

2018.05.04 | Awards

Students compete on how to help local companies

100 university students and 20 local companies met at the annual TBMI Challenge, arranged by and held at Aarhus University in Herning. One of the companies was konfAir from Herning, which received constructive input for whether investing in new technology will pay off.

From left: Hussam Mansour, Szabolcs Nagy and Søren Pind. Photo: Inge Lynggaard Hansen

2018.05.03 | Awards

Students from Aarhus BSS in Herning win this year’s Innovation Award

Hussam Mansour and Szabolcs Nagy, who study Technology Based Business Development at Aarhus University in Herning, have just won the 2018 Innovation Award for their project ‘Smart recycling’. The award includes a cash prize of DKK 50,000 and a Springboard® session. The award was presented by Minister for Higher Education and Science Søren Pind at…

[Translate to English:] Photo: Photographer Camilla Brodam

2018.02.26 | Events

The Danish Prime Minister juggles plastic bottles and tests new waste management system during visit to BTECH

On the last day of January, the Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs Brian Mikkelsen and Minister of Education Merete Riisager visited the Department of Business Development and Technology to present the Danish Government’s Strategy for Denmark’s Digital Growth. The visit also gave the…

Members of the new centre together with head of Department, Anders Frederiksen. Foto: Tine Bagger

2017.11.01 | Research news

The Center for Business Development is open

How can we use digital technologies for business development? This question is in focus at the new centre, which opened at the Department of Business Development and Technology (BTECH) in Herning on Friday 6 October 2017.

We must act now if we want to limit climate change, says researchers in a new study published in the journal Science. Photo: Colourbox

2017.09.22 | Research news

We must act now if we want to limit climate change

If the world is to reach its goal of limiting global warming to 2 degrees C, a new study calls for drastic and immediate changes in all areas, and the changes must happen simultaneously, according to researchers at the universities of Aarhus, Sussex, Manchester and Oxford. They are behind a new study published in the journal Science in which they…

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