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Containers full of rotten fruit or spoiled meat will soon be a thing of the past. An Aalborg University researcher, along with the electronics company Lodam, developed a system that enables refrigerated containers to predict errors – before they break down
In a country with few mathematics teachers, an online math program has had success in getting more kids to pass their math exams. There's just one problem: the Internet in most schools is so poor they can barely use it. Two students from Aalborg University are in Cape Town to find a solution.
Artificial intelligence, cyber security, big data, IoT, data intensive cyber physical systems ... The digitalization of our society is running at full speed with no end in sight, and Aalborg University is now future-proofing its high-profile research environment with a major grant from the Poul Due Jensen Foundation
In 2019 and 2020 the president of the world's largest association of researchers in power electronics will be Danish. Professor Frede Blaabjerg of Aalborg University has been elected to take over the top post of the IEEE Power Electronic Society (IEEE PELS).
An Aalborg University researcher has investigated during her PhD why one of the most important components in power conversion systems in e.g. wind turbines fail. And what followed is a solution that holds great potential for industry – they can look forward to producing products that last 20-30 years without failure.
Aalborg University and Nilfisk announce a new strategic partnership. Joint research, skill sharing and access to coveted technology graduates is the primary purpose of the innovation collaboration
Clarivate Analytics has recently published their 2017 list of Highly Cited Researchers which includes more than 3,300 researchers. Seven researchers from Aalborg University (AAU) have made it to this year’s list.
Last weekend, the master’s programme in Lighting Design at Aalborg University Copenhagen received the esteemed PLDC award 2017 at a large event in Paris.
A DNA profile is often important evidence in cases of rape or other sexual assault of women, but if investigators have only scant biological material, the results may be difficult to interpret and use in a court of law. An Aalborg researcher is now putting numbers on the evidential value of DNA from Y chromosomes, providing courts with a valuable tool.
Aalborg University is ranked the best university in Europa and the eighth best university worldwide for engineering according to the Best Global Universities list published by U.S. News and World Report.
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