Sune Olander gets leading post in European collaboration
16 December 2010
Sune Olander Rasmussen, Centre coordinator and post.doc. at the Centre for Ice and Climate at the Niels Bohr Institute has been chosen as the chairman for the EU-project, INTIMATE: INTegrating Ice core, MArine and TErrestrial records.of climates of the past.
Kim Splittorff receives millions from the Research Council
08 December 2010
Kim Splittorff, Associate Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute, has received a grant of 8½ million kroner from the Danish Council for Independent Research’s research career programme, Sapere Aude, which means "dare to think for yourself".
Kim Splittorff receives the Faculty Teaching Award 2010
07 December 2010
Kim Splittorff is able to convey difficult material so that students receive the maximum benefits from the lessons and his hard work and inspirational teaching in theoretical physics has now been honoured with the Faculty of Science Teacher of the Year...
8½ million kroner for research into the structure of the Universe
08 November 2010
The research group Theoretical Particle Physics and Cosmology has received 8.5 million kroner from the research councils to study the structure of the Universe. Jan Ambjørn and Niels Obers are receiving funding for the project: Quantum gravity and...
10 million for research into solar systems
26 October 2010
Astrophysicist Jes Jørgensen, Associate Professor at the Centre for Star and Planet Formation and the Natural History Museum of Denmark have been awarded the Lundbeck Foundation’s Junior Group Leader Fellowship of 10 million kroner for research...
Peter Jakobsen is the first professor of Space Science
13 October 2010
Peter Jakobsen, PhD in astrophysics, is Denmark’s first professor of Space Science, at the Niels Bohr Institute. Peter Jakobsen’s main area of expertise is exploring the Universe using telescopes in space.
Christopher Pethick receives the prestigious Hans Bethe Prize
05 October 2010
Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute, Christopher Pethick, has been awarded the prestigious American Hans A. Bethe Prize, awarded by the American Physical Society in recognition of outstanding research in the field of physics...
UNESCO's Niels Bohr Gold Medal awarded to prominent physicists
14 September 2010
Three of the world’s leading researchers were awarded the UNESCO Niels Bohr Gold Medal today for their special contribution to groundbreaking research in physics. The three researchers are John Pendry, Professor Timothy Berners-Lee and...
Stig Skelboe is Project Leader for the ESS Data Centre
10 September 2010
Professor Stig Skelboe, from the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen, has been appointed today as Project Leader for the ESS Data Centre, which will be located in Copenhagen. The Data Centre is a part of the planned...
Leo Kadanoff receives the Niels Bohr Institute's first honorary medal
21 June 2010
In celebration of the 125th birthday of Niels Bohr, the Niels Bohr Institute has established a new honorary medal. The award will be given to an especially outstanding international researcher working in the spirit of Niels Bohr...