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Jan Philip Solovej has been awarded the prestigious Henri Poincaré award, putting him on a list of pioneers in his field.
Laboratory technician Dorte Brix wants to make sure that the administrative personnel are not made invisible at the university: »I think a lot of people are walking around feeling bad.«
Associate Professor Ravinder Kaur calls for more democracy at University of Copenhagen and is looking to take a stand against short-term contracts and what she calls the equality paradox.
Physicist Benny Lautrup has got Alzheimer’s. Slowly, stubbornly, the disease eats in to the acuity of mind that made him a professor. The poor boy from the working class Istedgade district in Copenhagen, who ended up as a recognised scientist, is used to standing up to adversity.
Anne Tybjærg-Hansen and Kristian Helin have received awards from the Kirsten and Freddy Johansen Foundation for their ground-breaking cardiovascular and epigenetics research
The award 'For Women in Science' pays tribute to noteworthy female research talents, and the three prize-winners this year Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Katrine Ter-Borch Gram Schjoldager and Sofia Ribeiro are all from the University of Copenhagen.
John Renner Hansen describes his unconventional trajectory to an academic career, where he needed both a Plan A and Plan B, especially in his duties managing scientists and staff as the dean of Faculty of Science.