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Why do you study gender research at uni when it only leads to hostility when you talk about it? We went to the Centre for Gender, Sexuality and Difference and asked three young research interns.
According to a new master's thesis the online encyclopedia is not quite as democratic and objective as you might imagine. Women and people of other genders drown in a sea of biographical articles about men.
Biology is complex, says associate professor.
In literature, men are courageous, rational, and commit acts of violence. Women are typically sexy, pretty and fertile. The gender norms in the books influence how the machines of today learn human language.
A gender research group at the University of Copenhagen certifies students across different faculties on their knowledge of gender and the body. According to the group, students, instructors and employers such as Novo Nordisk and the Danish Institute for Human Rights are interested in the scheme.
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.
While most of the academic staff at UCPH are men, there are more female students. Is this a problem at all, and is one imbalance worse than the other?
A new research project shows that women often take a 30 per cent pay cut when they have children. In the meantime, men’s salary remains basically unaffected. UCPH researcher is behind a project that is to find out what is the cause of the discrepancy