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Minorities drop out of university

Statistics show that students from minority backgrounds quit their university more than their ’Danish’ classmates. A new report asks why

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Science

For the love of law and Latin

Students at U of C take a stab at the age old lines in a voluntary Latin course offered to law students, although anyone with a bit of nerd in them is welcome

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Campus

Send your dog to...rehab?

They tried to make me go to rehab and I said woof woof woof! New rehab center so Fido can get fit to fight once again

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Campus

Student outrage over canteen monopoly

The canteen’s exclusive right to sell food and beverages might mean the closing of student run cafés at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Students are furious and demand that the contract be changed

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Science

Islamic research distorts Muslim image

Islamic research contributes to a distorted image of Muslims and their faith, claims PhD student. She warns against being careless with research facts

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Politics

New guidelines for sidelines

The University of Copenhagen is drafting new ethical guidelines to ensure the university’s integrity. It will prevent complications arising from collaboration between faculty and the private sector

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Politics

Weight loss hero or sweet-toothed villain?

Nutrition researcher Arne Astrup is the object of heated debate in the research world. Some believe he is a talented researcher who knows how to promote his findings - others think he is too clever for his own good

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Politics

Nutrition scientists chasing the carrot

Food researchers are uncomfortable about the industry and its power to determine research

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Politics

U of C scientists at work for big pharma

University researchers act as consultants and own stocks in private drug companies. Critics wonder whether they can maintain their credibility

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Science

The oldest and strangest kinds of death

For molecular biologist John Mundy, big questions about life and death are answered by the many deaths of tiny cells.

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