Science at its weirdest for Ig Nobel ceremony. The star? Dr. NakaMats, known for the floppy disk, the toilet seat lifter and the 'wig for self defense'
LAB & LIBRARY - Everybody worries about polar bears on Disko island in Greenland. But this year, Kristine's fieldwork was sabotaged by birds
Signalhuset is outside the city-centre but makes up for it with a vibrant social atmosphere, writes our student reviewer
Videos of the World Trade Center crashing down, dust from the crash site, expert testimony. It was all there, but the court was not impressed
Positively charged molecules repel each other - at least that’s how it works according to the textbooks
More international students are getting the generous Danish SU study grant, according to new figures. This is after an EU ruling forced the Danish government's hand in 2013
Last year, UCPH students successfully shipped used textbooks to Ethiopian universtities. Now the organiser shares shots of the books being put to use and extends his thanks.
Award-winning University of Copenhagen researcher Rebecca Adler-Nielsen's work centres on the actual practice of people who negotiate on the world stage
Fewer books, fewer shelves in the library. Here the director of the social sciences library at UCPH Christian Lauersen offers his vision of what there should be there instead
Travel bug? Trips organised by the student network ESN in 2015