News

2012.11.14 | Public/media, History and achaeology

Mercury poisoning ruled out as cause of Tycho Brahe's death

In 2010, Tycho Brahe was exhumed from his grave in Prague, an event which received extensive international media coverage. Since then, a Danish-Czech team of researchers has been working to elucidate the cause of Tycho Brahe's death. The results of this intensive work now make it possible to rule out mercury poisoning as a cause of death.

2012.11.14 | Arts, Research

Mercury poisoning ruled out as cause of Tycho Brahe's death

In 2010, Tycho Brahe was exhumed from his grave in Prague, an event which received extensive international media coverage. Since then, a Danish-Czech team of researchers has been working to elucidate the cause of Tycho Brahe's death. The results of this intensive work now make it possible to rule out mercury poisoning as a cause of death.

2012.11.02 | Research, Videregående uddannelse, Internationalisering/globalisering

New global project on university reforms

Aarhus University will be heading a global education network for PhD students to compare and rethink university reforms in Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. The young research talents will all be working on an international research project which recently received a DKK 31.6 million grant by the EU.