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E-Fuels can replace fossil fuels

The aircraft, ships, and lorries of the future must be powered by e-fuels—fuels produced partly from captured CO2—and partly from hydrogen produced by the splitting of water.

Sapere Aude Grant for research into the connection between religiosity and...

Why do some societies continue to suffer from poverty, a low level of education and conflict? Religiosity may be an important part of the answer.

Three out of four international students have experienced anxiety during the...

Many international students at the University of Copenhagen have struggled with isolation, loneliness and anxiety during lockdown in Denmark...

Students develop tool to predict the carbon footprint of algorithms

Within the scientific community, it is estimated that artificial intelligence - otherwise meant to serve as a means to effectively combat climate change...

New Danish AI tool provides much-needed help to protein scientists across...

Sorting huge amounts of data is a bottleneck in protein research, a field that is crucial to make use of the gene-editing technology CRISPR and fully understand diseases like cancer, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

Muscle Pain and Energy-Rich Blood: Cholesterol Medicine Affects the Organs Differently

Contrary to expectation, treatment with statins has a different effect on blood cells than on muscle cells, a new study from the University of Copenhagen reveals.

Artificial intelligence reveals hundreds of millions of trees in the Sahara

A combination of artificial intelligence and detailed satellite imagery allowed a team from the University of Copenhagen and international collaborators...

Debate: Experts Responsibility in Media Coverage of the Coronavirus

How critical should journalists be? Can the relationship between expert and journalist become too close? Should the expert always participate?

Parkinson’s Disease is Not One, But Two Diseases

Researchers around the world have been puzzled by the different symptoms and varied disease pathways of Parkinson’s patients.

New biotechnological method gives hope for treatment of AMD

The incurable eye disease AMD—Age-related Macular Degeneration—affects thousands of elderly persons in Denmark every year...
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