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Anthropologists are combining big data and their field notes to map out what it is that constitutes a good party. They hope to be able to test classic social science theories.
Milena Penkowa could have no reasonable expectation of getting her doctorate degree after committing research fraud. Even if the fraud was not known at the time. This was established by a district court in Copenhagen last week. An appeal is likely.
University of Copenhagen PhD student Sebastian Zastruzny could not move permanently to Greenland to collect data on water and nutrients. So he enlisted local school kids as research assistants.
Young people are big users of their mobile phones at night. A research project at the University of Copenhagen is to find out how the Danes' mobile habits at night are affecting their health.
One of the world's largest collections of amber has just been acquired by the Natural History Museum of Denmark. This means possible discoveries of new species of insects and other biological materials.
A new and free application from the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) can simplify difficult texts for people with dyslexia. The first of its kind in the world.
UCPH researchers to get access to a new DKK 100 million supercomputer, starting April.
In the 17th century, the elite had whole books published about their deceased spouses and their exemplary lives. The books probably functioned both as a way to discipline the people, to do good business – and as a good round of gossip.
Three months the Dean of the Faculty of the Humanities - now Jesper Kallestrup has to be front man for a new round of cutbacks at an already hard-hit faculty.
The LEO Foundation has granted DKK 400 million over the next 10 years for a new research centre on skin diseases. The new LEO Foundation Skin Immunology Research Center will get its headquarters on the 12th floor of Mærsk Tower.