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The University Post asked physics professor Mogens Høgh Jensen to review the new book 'Inside a murmuration of starlings — the beauty of complex systems' by the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Giorgio Parisi.
Two Ukrainian PhD students called on scientists throughout the world to stand with the Ukrainian people at the celebration of the Niels Bohr Institute's birthday. See their speech here.
An exam in science theory for physics at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) descended into chaos as students were given the wrong set of exam questions. After a confusing process, the exam was finally cancelled.
The Niels Bohr Institute is 100 years old. Through the course of these years, the research has moved from blackboards to quantum computers. But an informal, anti-hierarchical spirit from the times of Bohr is still present.
The University Post has extracted the most cited articles — all time — by scientists associated with Danish universities from a key citation database. The names and articles at the top of this list might surprise you.
In only a few years, Troels C. Petersen's course in statistics at the Niels Bohr Institute has become the most popular on North Campus. His dedication and teaching-style attracts students from throughout the university, and he has now been elected Lecturer of the Year at the Faculty of Science.
A new simple complaints procedure is to be introduced for unwanted sexual attention from staff and fellow students at the Faculty of Science.