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In recent weeks the Danish media have been focusing on freedom of speech and the way issues are debated at Aarhus University. Professor Henrik Kaare Nielsen does not feel that researchers need to be careful about what they say in public. But the politicians don’t want them to imagine that anyone will necessarily listen to what they have to say.
When you arrive in Denmark you learn quickly that you simply can’t get by without a bike. But what might be less obvious to you is that the Danes tend to observe strict cycling conventions and rules. UNIvers takes you on a guided cycling trip.
The great Aarhus festival focusing on life in the 18th century is being held at the moment, and a range of events are being conducted in English – as well as some for which the language used is irrelevant.
A questionnaire relating to the working environment at Aarhus University will be landing in your mail box during the next couple of weeks.
When you send a robot to Mars, any repairs that need doing along the way can be pretty expensive or even completely impossible.
The Danish media have been focusing a good deal recently on freedom of speech and the decision-making process at Aarhus University.