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Our memories are the focal point of most social contexts, so when our memory fails, it can become difficult to keep a conversation going. Photo: Colourbox

2016.02.25 | Research news

The EliteForsk travel grant: PhD student searching for a short-cut to the memory of dementia patients

Memories in dementia patients may be spurred by concrete objects from the person’s past. PhD student Marie Kirk receives the EliteForsk travel grant to continue her research into the memory of people with dementia.

2016.02.17 | Research news

New research: Danish companies are giving lower priority to innovation

A new study of the strategic work in Danish companies shows an overall focus on productivity and customers, while innovation is very low on the companies’ agenda.

Lasse Lindekilde speaks at seminar

2016.02.16 | Research news

Lone Terrorists Not That Lonely: Aarhus BSS Researcher

If lone terrorists were really alone and radicalised in complete isolation from surrounding society, they would be impossible to intercept. But scientific evidence shows that they are in fact less detached from their surroundings than is commonly believed, which makes it possible for the authorities to detect them in time, according to a…

Philipp Schröder

2016.02.12 | Research news

To Secure Future of Manufacturing, Act Now: Aarhus BSS Report

The future begins now, according to a report on the Danish manufacturing sector prepared by Aarhus BSS and consultancy McKinsey. If Danish manufacturers want to do well in ten years’ time, they must act immediately.

2016.02.04 | Aarhus BSS

Can we trust satisfaction measurements?

Satisfaction measurements may provide a misleading image of the quality of public institutions. Research from Aarhus BSS shows that caution is necessary when decisions influencing the life of citizens are made on the basis of evaluation results.

2016.01.29 | Research news

Mapping the Danes’ kitchen skills

Our knowledge of food and our kitchen skills are highly dependent on our level of income and on whether we have children living at home. This is the result of a study conducted by the MAPP Centre at Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University.

2016.01.28 | Research news

Researchers put Burgundy wines into words

Together with his colleague Laurent Gautier from the Université de Dijon, Associate Professor Patrick Leroyer from the Department of Business Communication at Aarhus BSS has developed a completely new type of online dictionary for connoisseurs in the Burgundy wine industry. The dictionary, which contains terminology on the tasting of Burgundy…

Professor Helle Vrønning Dam

2016.01.28 | Aarhus BSS

Aarhus BSS to offer unique education for interpreters

Aarhus BSS has received the preliminary green light to set up a new, unique degree programme for conference interpreters. The one-year programme aims to turn the participants into specialists in their fields, capable of providing simultaneous interpretation at EU talks and in other international settings.

2016.01.25 | Aarhus BSS

What motivates lone terrorists to act?

Solo terrorism: Lasse Lindekilde, associate professor of political science, throws light on why lone terrorists act the way they do. The explanation may surprise you (YouTube video).

Michael Svarer

2015.12.15 | Talent development

Seven Questions for the New Chief Economic Advisor

Michael Svarer, professor of economics at Aarhus BSS, has just been appointed president of the four-member chairmanship of the Economic Council. We caught up with him shortly before lunch on a busy day, and had a chance to ask him about his expectations for his new job. Current issues, including the integration of immigrants into the Danish…

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