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Opticians can for the first time further their education here in Denmark when Aarhus University establishes the first Master’s degree programme in optometry and vision science this summer. The degree programme, which has just been approved, will give opticians the opportunity to relieve the pressure on ophthalmologists.
Research communication must not be ignored, nor viewed as an irritating chore. PhD Day at Health on 24 January is set to open up the issue of scientific communication for discussion under the banner of: ‘Scientific communication - science/science fiction’
Jan Frystyk and Lars Uhrenholt from Aarhus have each received a scholarship worth DKK 200,000. The scholarship has been awarded by Frøknerne Anna and Dagny Hjerrilds Foundation and is for the abolition of animal testing in scientific research.
New knowledge about more effective pain relief can make extraction of wisdom teeth a less painful process. This is what a new PhD study from the department of dentistry at Aarhus University shows.
Morten Høyer from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has just received a scholarship for his research into cancer.
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