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FACT SHEET: Imposing Costs for Harmful Foreign Activities by Russian Government
Snake species from different terrains surrender surface secrets behind slithering success
Fewer advertisers but more subscribers to Nordic news media during pandemic
Researchers examine which trees are movable when climate change evicts them from their original habitats
European Ambassadors energised by investment opportunities in Hunter region
Flowers from other gardens thanks to ten-year-old EuroTech
IMO Council set to expand under approved amendments
U.S. President Biden to Sign Executive Order Creating Presidential Commission on Supreme Court of United States
Major Danish venture into artificial intelligence research
What will happen when permafrost melts?
Brexit will have less financial impact on Danish seafood industry and employment than feared
Enzyme pioneer will help Danish research scale new heights
Denmark’s designation of Syria as ‘safe’ is dangerous, inhumane, and illegal
Our personality traits explain how we perceive and react to COVID-19
Leading American researcher and DKK 350 million will take Danish artificial intelligence research to new heights
Let wind turbines conquer Seven Seas
Letting nature manage itself may lead to least costs – but EU ubsidies remain an obstacle
UNOSAT and University of Copenhagen successfully delivered their 11th Annual Geo-Information
Where we live can affect male reproductive health, finds new study
UN Women’s Rights Committee issues findings on Denmark
How industrialized life remodels microbiome
Great variation in how police crimes are reported
On WHO-Convened COVID-19 Origins Study
Canada renews its military contribution to support stability in Middle East
WHO calls for further studies, data on origin of SARS-CoV-2 virus, reiterates that all hypotheses remain open
NATO jets intercept Russian warplanes during unusual level of air activity
Researchers winning battle against sweat
Remarks by Under-Secretary-General of UN and Executive Director of UN Women
Narwal tusks reveal mercury exposure related to climate change
Bespoke testing regime unveiled for exempt international arrivals
Of Chiefs of Defense Condemning Military-Sponsored Violence in Myanmar
Gray’s beaked whales ‘resilient’ to ecosystem changes
Eelgrass will be restored using 1800 tonnes of sand
New documentation: Old-growth forest carbon sinks overestimated
No new community cases; 6 cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation 25 March
Human Rights Council Extends Mandates on Syrian Arab Republic, South Sudan and Mali
Human Rights Council Renews Mandate of Special Rapporteur on Myanmar, Adopts Resolutions on Belarus and on Right to Food
By 19 states in support of establishment of International Accountability Platform for Belarus
European Committee of Social Rights: 2020 Conclusions on employment, training and equal opportunities
UK announces €500k funding to help gather evidence of human rights violations in Belarus
Human Rights Council Adopts 10 Resolutions, Renews Mandates on Cultural Rights, Albinism, Privacy
Human Rights Council Renews Mandate of Special Rapporteur on Environment, Adopts Resolutions on Sri Lanka, Nicaragua
Researchers discover how to improve zinc content in plants
Interactive Transparency Processes Resume as Countries Discuss Progress to 2020 Targets
Self-driving buses get green light at DTU
FCDO Smart Sustainable Cities project 2021 edition
DTU Skylab publishes book on creating an innovation environment
Shell middens rewrite history of submerged coastal landscapes in North America & Europe