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Raining again?! You've probably asked yourself this question in Copenhagen, and you're not the only one. Two scientists set out to find out exactly how much it actually rains – and the answer will surprise you: In the Greater Copenhagen area, you have dry weather 94 per cent of the time.
Danish research used to be among the world's most influential in terms of citation numbers. This is no longer the case.
A new 'code of conduct' at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is a new series of guidelines for good scientific practice. The purpose: To clear up ambiguity and uncertainty.
It's in his head constantly. When he sleeps, when he goes for a walk, or when he leads a conversation. Maths professor Søren Fournais has got DKK 15 million to solve Schrödinger's equation riddle.
Last autumn he was honoured with the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. But the next big discoveries risk being smothered under a layer of research funding red tape, according to Morten Meldal.
The University of Copenhagen is looking in to how new AI technology can be used in the exams of the future. ChatGPT is still banned at the vast majority of exams at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH). And cheating can be detected, says a student.
You can peer into the belly of a shark these Easter holidays. The Øresund Aquarium invites you to turn up for a dissection.
The Natural History Museum of Denmark had 452,000 visitors in 2022. This is a tripling of its visitor numbers over the course of five years. According to museum director Peter C. Kjærgaard, the boost in numbers is due to a transformation towards using the museum as a laboratory and in understanding how reality changes.
If you can get the brain to produce EPO by giving it less oxygen, it can help people with memory or concentration problems. This is often an extra complication in psychiatric disorders. New project could be groundbreaking, says professor.
Geography associate professor Alexander Prischchepov has faced a number of ethical dilemmas over the course of the past year. How do you balance important collaboration partnerships, the safety of Russian researchers, and a boycott of Russian universities?