LAB AND LIBRARY: In the second instalment of our science feature, Aviaja Lyberth Hauptmann writes in to tell us how frozen greenlandic bacteria can spell our doom, or clean our laundry
Students review their own housing and accommodation in Copenhagen. Here is the second review
It is to be more than just airport pickups and translations of Danish phrases. It is the Faculty of Humanities' new mentor scheme called the 'QA Programme'
A small splotch on the world map, Denmark must navigate foreign cultures. The take-home message from a forum for ambassadors, VIPs: 'Bridging cultures'
Bugs reduce pollution, increase nutrition, and should seriously be considered as a food source: This is according to a UN report with University of Copenhagen contribitions
Charge against brain scientist Milena Penkowa was dropped due to a time limit. Not due to the substance of the document fraud allegations, says University of Copenhagen. More details emerge
Scientists need to publish to get research grants - and established scientists are demanding to be cited as co-authors on younger scientists' work. Experts say it's time for more rules
PhD student Annemette Nielsen refused to credit a top scientist and two members of his team as co-authors on her PhD dissertation. She thereby broke an unspoken rule
The strength of interdiscplinary research lies in targeting a problem with a combination of different methods — not using separate, isolated sets of data. Arne Astrup responds
Reserves of gold, used for dentures, is missing from the dentists' school, the Department of Odontology. An external audit proves that no one has been taking stock of the precious metal