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A DKK 2.6 million apparatus was originally purchased for research in the oil industry. Today, chemistry lecturer Tue Hassenkam uses it to sniff out the birth of life on Earth. The device has already played an important role in a discovery that he published in 'Nature' in July, and now he dreams of looking for traces of life on Mars.
Cecilie L. Carstens studies chemistry and works as a laboratory assistant in the company Infuser ApS, which works with air purification technologies and cooperates with the University of Copenhagen.