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Physics has a full house of new students
17 August 2015
The Niels Bohr Institute has admitted 158 new students. This means that the physics programme is fully booked. We really got a full house of talented people. 26 of the new students have a grade point average of more than 12 and the overall
Quantum networks: Back and forth are not equal distances!
27 July 2015
Researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute have discovered a new type of photonic channels, where back and forth are not equal distances! Such a system has been a missing component for building quantum photonic circuits on a large
Super-bright supernova with extreme burst of gamma radiation
08 July 2015
Astronomers from NBI have observed a super-bright supernova association with a very unusual long lasting gamma-ray burst. Gamma-ray bursts are in rare cases observed in connection with supernovae, which are the
Volcanic eruptions are important for world climate
08 July 2015
Large volcanic eruptions release huge clouds of ash and acid into the atmosphere. These clouds spread across the globe and block out the Sun, resulting in a colder climate for decades afterwards. Climate researchers have known
Nanowires could be the LEDs of the future
24 June 2015
The latest research from the Niels Bohr Institute shows that LEDs made from nanowires will use less energy and provide better light. The researchers studied nanowires using X-ray microscopy and with this method they can pinpoint exactly...
Risk of major sea level rise in Northern Europe
18 June 2015
Global warming leads to the ice sheets on land melting and flowing into the sea, which consequently rises. New calculations by researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute show that the sea level in Northern Europe may rise more than
New Greenland ice core drilled through the Renland ice cap
17 June 2015
An international research team led by the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen have drilled an ice core through the ice cap on the Renland peninsula in the Scoresbysund fjord in Eastern Greenland in record time.
CERN restarts particle collisions at record high energy
03 June 2015
The 27 km long underground particle accelerator, the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at CERN is once again in full swing and is colliding protons at record energies. This is after a break of more than two years to rebuild and upgrade the
Research station moved nearly 500 km across the Greenland ice sheet
28 May 2015
The entire research station NEEM has been moved 465 km across the Greenland ice sheet on skis to the new camp EGRIP, where there will be a future international drilling camp and a gateway to research programmes in East
Detector at the South Pole explores the mysterious neutrinos
16 April 2015
The Earth is constantly bombarded by billions of neutrinos, which zip right through the entire globe. The giant IceCube experiment at the South Pole can detect when there is a collision between neutrinos and atoms in the ice.