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Best of University Post 2009-2018

International

Al Zubarah - the Pompeii of the Middle East

Twenty University of Copenhagen scientists are living out an archaeological dream in the form of a full-time, decade long excavation of an old cosmopolitan trading hub in Qatar

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Science

Five do-it-yourself chemistry experiments

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

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Education

Erasmus programme has led to a million babies

At least one quarter of Erasmus students met their current life partner while studying abroad, many of whom went on to have babies. Study of 27-year old student exchange program Erasmus grabs the headlines

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Culture

Michael Haneke interview: Questions are more frightening than answers

His films have audiences crying and throwing up in the cinema: Maker of arresting, controversial film art and Sonning Prize winner talks to the University Post

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Culture

Student experts: 13 Danish books you need to read

We asked three students of Danish and literary history to select the best of Danish literature and explain why

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Culture

Night out at the people's secret kitchen

Cheap food, good company... but no articles or photos please. Far from typical restaurants, this reporter ate well at the Folkekøkken 'people's kitchen', but kept her camera under the table

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Culture

8 creative ways to find accommodation in Copenhagen

They tell us it is all about knowing the right people. Yeah right! This is no use if you are new to the city. Here are eight unorthodox ways to get a roof over your head in Copenhagen. All tested, and they work! (Updated July 2016)

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Science

Insects: The food of the future

Bugs reduce pollution, increase nutrition, and should seriously be considered as a food source: This is according to a UN report with University of Copenhagen contribitions

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Campus

Scientists frustrated by Danish e-mails and meetings

Defying university policy, e-mails, newsletters, invitations and meetings are still just in Danish, discriminating against a large minority of scientists and staff

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Science

Student lived with whales, polar bears

Biology student from University of Copenhagen talks to the University Post about his project and adventures doing fieldwork in western Greenland

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