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Ever wanted to be a chemist? Chemists can create substances that are wonderful, horrible, or anything in between. They examine compound structures and break or create new bonds
With this new set of do-it-yourself biology experiments we have you making your own blue cheese, ripening your green tomatoes, and more
Lars von Trier feels like he’s ready to give up filmmaking. It’s a feeling he’s never had, but in spite of his anxiety, his bouts of depression and the pain that sometimes comes with just breathing there are still things that make him happy: elegant passages from Tolstoy, a sophisticated way of terrorising people, the corner of a room in Sweden that reminds him of something
Humanities people, lawyers, and theologians are increasingly eating off plastic. One reader objects: Plastic cutlery is not a good idea from an environmental point of view.
More and more academics have to make do with short-term jobs. So many, that the temporarily hired are the largest group of researchers at the University of Copenhagen. Now they are organizing themselves, and demanding better working conditions. They say it will benefit research.
A stroll at Amager Fælled can have played an important role in preventing a controversial plan to build 2.500 new homes in the natural area.
Two UCPH researchers confirm in an article in Nature that there are traces of life in the world's oldest rocks. The rocks are in Greenland and are 3.7 billion years old. The two have used a completely new method.
The bachelor's degree in animal science and the master’s degree in animal science are part of the same programme of study. Yet they belong, administratively, to two different faculties. For students, this has turned life into an administrative obstacle course.
UK physicist Alex McDowell protests Danish government cuts to education and research by biking across Europe and personally delivering letters to key politicians
Exclusive on the University Post: New stats on wifi and data connection around UCPH campuses. Find the best places to study