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Copenhagen is a jungle of soup kitchens like no other. This little guide gives you the overview your rumbling stomach longs for.
The award 'For Women in Science' pays tribute to noteworthy female research talents, and the three prize-winners this year Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Katrine Ter-Borch Gram Schjoldager and Sofia Ribeiro are all from the University of Copenhagen.
Danish research is to be of benefit to society, and among the best in the world. And it should set off Nobel prizes. This is according to the government’s new strategy, but they will not increase government funding which will remain at 1 per cent of GDP.
Anja C. Andersen has been promoted to professor with communication responsibility at the Niels Bohr Institute.
Rebecca Ingemann Madsen from the Student Council won the student seat in the University Board for this year's UCPH election.
A war is currently being playing out behind closed doors in parliament at Christiansborg. The weapons are not bombs and bullets, but numbers and calculations. The outcome can be crucial for the future of universities.
John Renner Hansen describes his unconventional trajectory to an academic career, where he needed both a Plan A and Plan B, especially in his duties managing scientists and staff as the dean of Faculty of Science.
Recently, non-Danish researchers have been reported to the police for violating the terms of their work and residence permits. This has created a feeling of uncertainty and fear among scientific staff at UCPH. We just do what we are supposed to do, says UCPH professor.
Ahead to 2020, 6,000 sets of student housing will be built in the Municipality of Copenhagen. Here is an overview of where they will be built.
The new Maersk Tower near Panum has been awarded three prizes, including the prize for the world’s best research building at the World Architecture Fair.