Member Organisation

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Aarhus University

General Information

Activity: Research, Higher Education
Country: Denmark
Tel.:+45 8715 0000
Postal address:
Aarhus University Ny Munkegade 116
DK-8000 Aarhus C

The Department of Bioscience at Aarhus University was established in 2011 with the vision to develop a globally leading research unit within biology. The Department priorities a good teaching environment and carries out basic research, strategic research and research-based consultancy services which lead to a deeper understanding of ecological connections in aquatic and terrestrial environments. With approximately 430 staff and more than 500 students at Bachelor and Master levels as well as 130 thesis writing students, it makes for an exciting and inspiring working and study life. The research at Bioscience spans over all biological levels from genes, physiological processes, individuals, populations and species to entire ecosystems. The research activities seek the interface between disciplines such as Zoophysiology, Bioinformatics and Geomicrobiology.  In addition, The Department of Bioscience collaborate very closely with other Departments organised under the Faculty of Science and Technology which has resulted in many new exciting opportunities within the research and when combining biology with, i.e. computer science, geoscience or molecular biology and genetics. Based on solid research efforts, the Department advises decision makers on necessary initiatives towards sustainable management of our marine environment, working in all climate zones - from the Arctic areas to the tropics - and are at the forefront of the global discussion concerning the state and development of the planet.


Euromarine Membership Information

Top Level Organisation
Full Member

Contact Persons and their EuroMarine Role

Role Period
General Assembly Representative Jacob Carstensen March 26, 2018 -
General Assembly Representative (Substitute) Dorte Krause-Jensen March 26, 2018 -

Euromarine Membership History

Full Member