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Female students have a harder time being perceived as talented than their male classmates by male instructors. Researchers stumble upon a subconcious bias in teaching settings at one faculty.
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.
Professor Jonas Peters has been recognised by SCIENCE students as an inspiring teacher of causality and mathematical models.
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.
Disbelief in scientific knowledge is spreading and the universities are partly to blame. That is according to the organizers of a large conference for scientific journalism set to take place in June in Copenhagen.
On 22 April, scientists all over the globe will march in co-ordinated protests in 394 cities. Ian Bearden, a physicist and professor at UCPH, is organising the march in Copenhagen because he wants his children to inherit a liveable planet.
The bachelor's degree in animal science and the master’s degree in animal science are part of the same programme of study. Yet they belong, administratively, to two different faculties. For students, this has turned life into an administrative obstacle course.
The story of a Greenland shark, with an estimated age between 272 to 512 years has gone round the world. PhD student at the University of Copenhagen Julius Nielsen talks about the efforts to estimate the shark's age, and the challenge of getting the media to understand the main message of his research.
Reporting from the Dark Cosmology Centre, I got caught up in innovative meeting platform ArXiv