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Large grant for Biophysics

16 December 2009

Large grant for BiophysicsProfessor in biophysics Mogens Høgh Jensen has received a grant of 4.5 million kr. from the Lundbeck Foundation for a project in collaboration with Aarhus University and DTU. Hidden behind the theoretical title of the project...

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Award to Dorthe Dahl-Jensen

19 November 2009

Award to Dorthe Dahl-JensenProfessor in ice physics Dorthe Dahl-Jensen has been awarded this year’s Ebbe Munck Award in recognition of her outstanding contributions to science. The board of the Ebbe Munck Memorial Foundation awarded the prize to...

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Professor Jørn Dines becomes Knight of the Order of Dannebrog

17 November 2009

Professor Jørn Dines becomes Knight of the Order of Dannebrog Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute, Jørn Dines Hansen has been awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Dannebrog. The Order of Dannebrog is an Order of Denmark, instituted by Christian V in 1671. In the beginning, only noblemen could...

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Professor Dorthe Dahl-Jensen receives 20 million kr. from EU

29 October 2009

Professor Dorthe Dahl-Jensen receives 20 million kr. from EUThe champagne corks are popping and the loud congratulations are breaking out in the Centre for Ice and Climate department at the Niels Bohr Institute. Professor of ice physics, Dorthe Dahl-Jensen has good news – she has received 20 million...

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Klaus Mosegaard new Deputy Head of Institute

08 October 2009

Klaus Mosegaard new Deputy Head of InstituteGeophysicist Klaus Mosegaard has been appointed the Deputy Head of the Niels Bohr Institute and has at the same time been appointed Professor. ”The most important aspect of my new job as Deputy Head of Institute for Education is to ensure that...

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Thomas Døssing retires as Deputy Head of Institute

07 October 2009

Thomas Døssing retires as Deputy Head of Institute”It is a highly esteemed Deputy Head of Institute, who has chosen to step down from position where he has done an outstanding job”, says Head of Institute John Renner Hansen. For five years Thomas Døssing has been the Deputy Head of Institute for...

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Nobel Laureate Aage Bohr has died

10 September 2009

Nobel Laureate Aage Bohr has died A long and important life of physics has ended. Professor Aage Bohr of the Niels Bohr Institute has died at the age of 87. He received the Nobel Prize for physics in 1975. Aage Bohr was born in Copenhagen on June 19, 1922 as the fourth son of...

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Tamara Davis receives prize for her hunt for dark energy

27 August 2009

Read the article: Tamara Davis receives prize for her hunt for dark energy Astrophysicist Tamara Davis received the L’Oréal Australia prize for “Women in Science” for her groundbreaking research on the Universe’s dark energy. “Now we know that stars, planets, galaxies and all that we can see make up just four...

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Klaus Mosegaard receives large grant for oil project

20 July 2009

Read the article: Klaus Mosegaard receives large grant for oil projectGeophysicist Klaus Mosegaard has received a grant of 5.3 million kroner from the Danish Research Council for Technology and Production Sciences (FTP) and 1 million kroner from DONG Energy & Production for a research project, which will create...

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Stefania Xella receives money for frontline research and leading role

03 July 2009

Stefania Xella receives money for frontline research and leading role ’The New Frontier in Particle Physics’, is the title of the research project, for which particle physicist Stefania Xella has been awarded almost 6 million kroner from the Danish Council for Independent Research, Natural Sciences (FNU)...

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