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Hot-iron branding hurts horses

Hot-iron branding is more painful than microchipping, reveals University of Copenhagen study

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Culture

Festival of minimalistic composers and telephones

Get ready for a festival of avant-garde composers, videos and an interactive telephone concert

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Blonde in viral video subverts the cliché

The million-click film of a pretty blonde did not stereotype women, says Faculty, as it starts new contest. But gender researcher finds the video ‘predictable’

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Science

Bankruptcy is good, bankruptcy is right

In an ideal economy, the healthy businesses stay alive – and the sick ones go under. Good bankruptcy laws help discern which is which

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Education

Med students also had recycled exams

Pharma is not the only place students have been presented with old exam papers. Students of medicine have experienced it twice in the course of just six months. They feel unfairly treated

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Politics

Tough talk over university billions

Talks on the billion-kroner globalisation-fund have ended in a political stand off, with the government now threatening to use the billions with the right wing Danish People's Party. This is after the centre-left Social Democrat and Social Liberal parties slammed the door

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Campus

Copenhagen gets climate and food secretariat

A new international research secretariat, with focus on climate change and agriculture, is to be hosted at the University of Copenhagen Faculty of Life Sciences

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Culture

Sewing clouds together

»No one listens to a poet who talks politics« said the award-winning Palestinian poet Mourid Barghouti. He nevertheless spoke of both poetry and politics during his Copenhagen visit

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International

EU research networks fall apart

The European court of auditors criticises European Union research funding projects, saying that »most research networks fall apart when EU funds dry up«

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Science

Research links older dads to genetic diseases

Children of older fathers are more likely to have certain genetic diseases. U of C research collaboration pinpoints testicular tumors as the cause

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