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We must act now if we want to limit climate change, says researchers in a new study published in the journal Science. Photo: Colourbox.com

2017.09.22 | Research news

We must act now if we want to limit climate change

If the world is to reach its goal of limiting global warming to 2 degrees C, a new study calls for drastic and immediate changes in all areas, and the changes must happen simultaneously, according to researchers at the universities of Aarhus, Sussex, Manchester and Oxford. They are behind a new study published in the journal Science in which they…

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2017.09.21 | Research news

Organic consumers mean business

Groundbreaking research from Aarhus BSS shows that organic consumers are standing fast and are buying more and more organic products following an increasingly predictable pattern. Coop Denmark sees great potential in the research results.

The study shows that the increase not only covers autism, but also other psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety and ADHD. Photo: Lise Balsby

2017.09.07 | Research news, Health and disease

Using antidepressants during pregnancy may affect your child’s mental health

A study from Aarhus BSS of almost one million Danish children shows that the use of antidepressants during pregnancy increases the risk of your child being diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder later in life. However, heritability also plays a part, according to the researchers.

Martin Bisgaard has just received the prestigious award at this year’s American Political Science Association conference in San Francisco. Photo: Lars Kruse (from AUFF's award ceremony 5/24-17)

2017.09.05 | Awards

Martin Bisgaard awarded for outstanding dissertation

Martin Bisgaard wins this year’s best PhD dissertation award from the American Political Science Association's section on political psychology. This is the first time the award is won by a person from a university outside the US.

New  study shows, that some young people take drugs to meet demands for success. Photo: Colourbox.com

2017.09.07 | Research news

Some young people take drugs to meet demands for success

Some students feel it is so difficult to live up to society’s demands for success that they use prescription drugs to optimise their study performance.

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