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This is what happened when the controversial young literary critic Mette Høeg cut off her PhD at the University of Copenhagen in the Spring of 2016. This can be read as a cautionary tale about a course of study that went wrong. Or it can be as a report on what happens when you poke around in the wrong academic ant hill. Judge for yourself
With this new set of do-it-yourself biology experiments we have you making your own blue cheese, ripening your green tomatoes, and more
Wild species such as European birds can teach us a lesson that we can apply to food production and medicine. One of them is that any human practice can lead to a biological counter response. Our latest Lab & Library feature is from biologist Peter Søgaard Jørgensen
The University Post asked Danish and international students to give their tips for unforgettable Copenhagen experiences. Check out this bucket list, a long list of their best recommendations
In the basement of the old Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University deformed animals are kept in formalin. The veterinary collection of deformities has lost its scientific value, but it is a cultural treasure that is in danger of disappearing
Ralf Hemmingsen takes stock of 11 years of ups and downs as Rector of the University of Copenhagen. One thing still bugs him. It's not Penkowa. It's about the keys.