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For the second year running, the Villum Experiment programme has made grants to scientific research. This year, the University of Copenhagen will receive 37.5 million kroner to fund wild ideas
UCPH researchers want 300 Danes to help collect flying insects in huge nets mounted on their cars, transforming them into an “insect mobile.” It will be the first study of its kind in Denmark.
Before humans repurpose nature for our own needs, it is important to develop a language to discuss what nature is, say Mickey Gjerris and Johan Olsen in their new book.
Work done by molecular biologists and physicists from the University of Copenhagen provides an explanation for how bacteria survive viral attacks
27-årige Gildas Hounmanou arbejder med sin ph.d. på Københavns Universitet for at kunne vende tilbage til sit hjemland Benin og bekæmpe de mange udbrud af kolera i hele Afrika.
A new treatment concept that uses pulsating electromagnetic fields can cure patients with chronic depression. But, according to the inventor, it is an open question whether Denmark is too conservative for something so new to win over the health system.
Two students from UCPH used crowdfunding to fund the research for their master’s thesis. They reached their target after 36 hours, and now they urge other students to try their luck.
Center for Cyber Security concludes that Danish research is an easy target for hackers