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New Ice core drilling in North Eastern Greenland
27 April 2017
The first crew of researchers, technicians and students has arrived at the EastGRIP research camp on the Greenland ice cap, flown in by ski-equipped American Hercules planes, where they during the next 4 months will....
An important step towards new malaria medicine
12 April 2017
An international research team, led by Sergey Kapishnikov and Jens Als-Nielsen from the X-ray and Neutron Science section at the Niels Bohr Institute, has developed new techniques in analyzing malaria infected red blood cells.
First step towards photonic quantum network
25 January 2017
Researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute have now developed the first building blocks needed to construct complex quantum photonic circuits for quantum networks. This rapid development in quantum networks
Newly discovered mechanism in cells can regulate the immune system
21 December 2016
Special proteins are important for the function of cells and play an important role in processes and effectiveness of the immune system. Researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute have observed how concentrations
The Sound of Quantum Vacuum
21 December 2016
Quantum mechanics dictates sensitivity limits in the measurements of displacement, velocity and acceleration. A recent experiment at NBI probes these limits, analyzing how quantum fluctuations set a sensor membrane
Scientific ‘facts’ could be false
20 December 2016
When is a scientific result true or false? Experiments always have a certain proportion of positive results and negative results, but scientific journals prefer to publish the positive results and new research from the Niels Bohr Institute...
Newly formed stars shoot out powerful whirlwinds
14 December 2016
Researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute have used the ALMA telescopes to observe the early stages in the formation of a new solar system. For the first time they have seen how a powerful whirlwind shoot out from...
Spinning Supermassive Black Hole: New Suspect in the Death of Unlucky Star
12 December 2016
In the search for truth, questioning accepted assumptions is the duty of any scientist. This necessity of investigating and reassessing our knowledge makes often way for newer, exciting hypotheses that continuously challenge
Gerard ’t Hooft receives the Niels Bohr Institute Medal of Honour, 2016
30 November 2016
The Dutch professor of theoretical physics, Nobel laureate Gerard ’t Hooft has been awarded the Niels Bohr Institute Medal of Honour, 2016 for his groundbreaking work on black holes, quantum gravity and quantum field theories.
Mystery of ultra-diffuse faint galaxies solved
29 November 2016