Emil Bjerrum-Bohr receives 10 million kroner to research the mysteries of particle physics
24 August 2011
Emil Bjerrum-Bohr, a physicist at the Niels Bohr Institute, has been awarded 10 million kroner by the Lundbeck Foundation for the establishment of his own research group, which will study the mysteries of high energy physics.
Christian Holm Christensen receives Steno grant for CERN-research
01 July 2011
Johan Fynbo receives 7½ million kroner from EU-fund
21 June 2011
Anniversary of the Niels Bohr Archive
08 June 2011
The Niels Bohr Archive is more than an archive - it is an autonomous institution that holds an unparalleled collection of everything about the world famous Danish physicist Niels Bohr and some of his closest associates.
Ben Mottelson in distinguished company in American Philosophical Society
19 May 2011
Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute, Ben Mottelson has been appointed as a member of the distinguished American Philosophical Society, which was founded by the American statesman and scientist Benjamin Franklin.
Quantop receives large American grant
04 May 2011
Center for Quantum Optics at NBI receives a grant of 9 million kroner from the United States Department of Defence for the development of sensors for measuring miniscule forces and extremely weak magnetic fields...
Centre for Ice and Climate receives large new grant from the Danish National Research Foundation
15 April 2011
"We have just received the good news that the Centre for Ice and Climate will continue for a second centre period with a grant of 55 million kroner from the Danish National Research Foundation”, announces a very happy professor...
Grant for Danish-Japanese research into atomic clocks
17 February 2011
Physics student at the Niels Bohr Institute, Bjarke Takashi Røjle Christensen, who works in the research group Quantop and ultra cold atoms has been awarded 20,000 kroner from the Siemens Foundation for research into atomic clocks.
Mogens Høgh receives distinguished Norwegian research prize
20 January 2011
Professor in biophysics Mogens Høgh Jensen has been awarded the Norwegian Gunnar Randers’ Research Prize in recognition of his groundbreaking research in complex systems. "Mogens Høgh Jensen has made outstanding contributions to...
Space Science Center receives 4.7 million kroner from the Research Council
03 January 2011
The Space Science Center at the University of Copenhagen has received a grant of 4.7 million kroner from the Research Council. The Center is comprised of 10 research groups at several institutes and they all have one thing in common...