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Biology is complex, says associate professor.
In June, almost 200 employees at the Department of Biology wrote to the UCPH board. They claimed their voices were not heard regarding the department’s merger with the Natural History Museum of Denmark. Now, a letter from the board says they are right
Employees at the Department of Biology spent months battling a now-cancelled merger between the institute and the Natural History Museum of Denmark (SNM). Now, they have sent a joint letter to the board criticizing UCPH’s management for ignoring employee perspectives.
Associate professor Katrine Worsaae lives for the months that she spends near water. Her life journey has led her down into underwater caves populated by strange animals like the Zombie Worm.
Biology student says she has been misunderstood in new case of 'victimhood culture' at the University of Copenhagen. We spoke to the student who was mentioned in all the Danish media, but who no one bothered to talk to.
Toasts, dinner and champagne could not suppress employees' frustrations when the Department of Biology held its New Year reception. Employees wanted clear answers from the department head.
The sea is awash with forgotten plastic bags and old car tyres. Students armed with nets and diving masks are removing some of the trash that otherwise would never see land again.
Peter Brodersen ordered a new computer via the UCPH IT department and was notified that the delivery time was 5½ weeks. Not good enough, he says: Researchers work under time pressure. But according to the deputy director of IT, it cannot be done any faster, as UCPH has opted not to keep Apple computers in stock.
He was one of the 209 fired from the University of Copenhagen in February last year. But Johan Olsen still works here – now on external funding. He talks about being bitter and grateful at the same time, and on what is missing in his life after getting the sack.