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Lab and Library — features by scientists 2013-2016

In our Lab and Library series, PhD students and Postdocs from the University of Copenhagen wrote in to share their stories about science and research. Here is an overview

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A new alchemy: Biotechnology as art

Jens has just curated an interdisciplinary art-science exhibition in California that aims at overcoming mutual ignorance in our hyper-specialized society

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Cruising for mud - collecting samples from the ocean floor

Iben is taking up marine sediment from the depths off Greenland to find out what happened to the climate

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African recipes - making biscuits with crickets

Anja is in Kenya testing the tasty biscuits made out of dead crickets. Maybe it is time to start serving crickets instead of steaks at your next dinner party

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The neutron physics of teeth

PhD student Marcella is using advanced physics and cutting-edge technology to make better cement for dentists

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Up on the ice sheet - looking down with a radar

Thousands of years ago a volcano somewhere in the world erupted. Now we can see its acid and dust in the ice with our radar equipment. Nanna is doing field work on the top of Greenland

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Climate change among arctic foxes and thieving birds

Everybody worries about polar bears on Disko island in Greenland. But this year, Kristine's fieldwork was sabotaged by birds

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Down on the (cricket) farm

Afton Halloran is researching the sustainability of cricket farming in Thailand

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How Danish-Americans speak an older, yet newer, Danish

Karoline studies the use of the Danish language and how it has developed in the United States

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Fieldwork with Baby Jesus on your back

PhD Student Casper shares his experiences of taking his family along for his fieldwork in rural Mexico

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