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Erik Høg receives Russian medal

30 June 2009

Read the article: Erik Høg receives Russian medalAssociate Professor Emeritus Erik Høg has been awarded the Russian Struve Medal for his great contributions to the advancement of astrometry from the Earth and from space. Erik Høg was presented with the medal at a ceremony in...

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The Amalienborg Award goes to Dorthe Dahl-Jensen

19 June 2009

Read the article: The Amalienborg Award goes to Dorthe Dahl-Jensen”Two prominent professors from the University of Copenhagen receive the Amalienborg Award in appreciation of their -in the most literal sense - in depth research in Greenland, which has taught us much about the evolution of the...

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Money for women in biophysics

11 June 2009

Read the article: Money for women in biophysicsThe biophysics group has been awarded almost 5 million kroner from the Danish Council for Independent Research in the Natural Sciences, FNU. The money consists of a Steno-stipend of 3,7 million kroner and 1,2 million kroner for new...

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Troels C. Petersen receives 10 million kr. from the Lundbeck Foundation

14 May 2009

Read the article: Troels C. Petersen receives 10 million kr. from the Lundbeck FoundationThe prominent young physicist, Troels C. Petersen receives 10 million kr. from the Lundbeck Foundation for the research project 'Searching for Dark Matter at CERN's LHC accelerator'. Troels Petersen is a trained physicist from the Niels Bohr Institute at...

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Anja Andersen honoured for sublime communication

06 May 2009

Read the article: Anja Andersen honoured for sublime communicationThe Svend Bergsøe Foundation has awarded this year's Mediation Award to astrophysicist Anja C. Andersen for her unparalleled dissemination of knowledge about the universe to children, young people and the general public...

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Japanese researcher makes the jump to NBI

27 April 2009

Read the article: Japanese researcher makes the jump to NBIWith a large smile Namiko Mitarai welcomes one into the little office which she is temporarily sharing with another until she receives her own office. Namiko Mitarai has made the jump from a permanent position as a physicist in Japan and...

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Mathilde Prize to Anja Andersen-stars

16 April 2009

Read the article: Mathilde Prize to Anja Andersen-stars >>Two times Anja Andersen: the handball player and the astrophysicist - both big stars in their respective fields - the sports world and the world of science, receive this year's Mathilde Prize from the Danish...

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Line Drube to International Space University

09 February 2009

Read the article: Line Drube to International Space UniversityLine Drube, who is a PhD student with the Mars Group at the Niels Bohr Institute, has been accepted into the International Space University’s course program for Space Studies. The course lasts two months, is very intensive, very expensive and...

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Mr. X-ray receives award

23 January 2009

Read the article: Mr. X-ray receives awardProfessor emeritus Jens Als-Nielsen, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, receives the 2009 Velux Fonden’s Honour Award for his research in the field of neutron and X-ray scattering on Friday 23, 2009. The award is worth kr. 500.000...

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