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Future hearing aid users will be able to target their listening more accurately thanks to new Danish technology. A researcher from Aalborg University uses machine learning to teach a computer programme how to remove unwanted noise and enhance speech.
Researchers from Aalborg University have built the world's first battery made of biological material derived from mold. The technology is just as effective as that in conventional batteries, but far more environmentally friendly and sustainable. In the coming years, it could revolutionize the way we store power.
Aalborg University appoints Denmark's – probably all of Europe’s – first professor in aviation. He will help to increase focus on the aviation industry which, despite an explosively developing market and numerous societal dilemmas, is an overlooked area of research
International energy companies have discovered the benefits of being close to the scientific community at AAU. The Department of Energy Technology is a world leader, and now companies are standing in line to get an office in the department.
The international defense and security trade exhibition in Paris is the launch pad for an unprecedented polar partnership
An AAU researcher has developed several algorithms that can help wind turbine owners detect errors in wind turbines before the errors become problematic
Is there enough space for all the wind turbines and solar panels to provide all our energy needs? What happens when the sun doesn’t shine and the wind doesn’t blow? Won’t renewables destabilise the grid and cause blackouts? A new article gathers the evidence to answer these questions.
A strong sound incubation environment – Sound Hub Denmark – is ready to be rolled out. The cluster will be home to entrepreneurs, researchers and established sound companies and will create the world's leading sound development center, increasing the number of entrepreneurs and workplaces
A plastic grid that costs less than a dollar to produce can increase the efficiency of an air-cooled fuel cell stack by over 30 percent, as demonstrated by research from Aalborg University
Public meetings are the most common way to involve citizens in Greenland, but young people don't show up. Facebook can help to remedy this, according to an AAU researcher
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