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Climate lecture cancelled

Ed Miliband, Britain's energy and climate change secretary, has cancelled his upcoming climate lecture at the University of Copenhagen on Saturday 24 October

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Opinion

Neo-liberalism, socialism: Never the same again

Governments of the US and UK have grown continuously for the past decades. What exactly is happening here and what can we expect in the future? The University Post sought out an answer from the political theorist Noel Parker

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Campus

New university building is carbon neutral

Some said it couldn’t be done – and that if we did, it would be ugly. Not so, says Lord Mayor Ritt Bjerregaard to University Post

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International

German universities: Give us more money

Germany needs to boost university funding. This is according to Margret Wintermantel, the President of Germany's Rectors' Conference.

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International

God is sabotaging the Large Hadron Collider

Is the CERN experiment LHC’s purpose so »abhorrent to nature« that it is being sabotaged by its own future? University of Copenhagen physicist blames ‘backward causation’ for the collider’s teething troubles

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International

Swedish jitters over proposed fees for foreigners

New audit in Sweden highlights difficulties of introducing fees for international students

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International

City life is good for you

New Yorkers have a longer life expectancy than other Americans. U of C researcher says walking is the secret

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International

Erasmus is outdated, says founder

The 22-year old European exchange programme is in need of a serious revamp. This is according to one of the programme's founding fathers, Franck Biancheri

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Campus

Copenhagen not good for the disabled

University facilities not good enough, say students with handicap

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International

Nobel Prize for Economics explained

Two University of Copenhagen professors explain why this year's Nobel Prize in Economics was given to Williamson and Ostrom: They gave us a deeper understanding of the reach of markets and the pros and cons of alternative economic organizations

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