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Astronauts find it difficult to maintain a natural circadian rhythm and generally complain a lot about their sleep. Aarhus University's Center for Ear-EEG has developed a technology that can read the brain's electrical activity and map our sleep patterns. The technology, along with astronaut Andreas Mogensen, will travel to the International Space Station ISS to examine the differences between human sleep patterns on earth and in space.
Once again, AU Engineering participates in the annual People's Meeting (Folkemødet) in the "tech tent" together with the other technical universities in Denmark. Thursday at 12, the tent officially opened with chemistry shows, quizzes and speeches.
Danish researchers are developing new electrical solutions for the transport sector. The aim is to reduce the climate footprint significantly, and the EU is investing DKK 45 million in the project.
The 29th EG-ICE International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering will bring together international experts working on the interface…
The European Battery Directive foresees monitoring of batteries on their global warming potential and utilization of critical raw materials.