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“New” lactic acid bacteria can make African camel milk safe
Coronavirus Uses Heparan Sulfate to Get Inside Cells
Artificial Intelligence Detects Arthritis Before it Develops
A computer predicts your thoughts, creating images based on them
Study provides molecular look at how healthy muscle adapts to exercise
Hormone Glucagon May be a Warning Light for Diabetes
Blonde Scandinavians or well-travelled Southern Europeans
World’s largest ever DNA sequencing of Viking skeletons reveals they weren’t all Scandinavian
Did our early ancestors boil their food in hot springs?
Biomarker reveals how aggressive biliary tract cancer is in patients
Tiny protein motor fuels bacterial movement
Uncertain expectations beget stinginess and selfishness
Surprising rhythms of Leopards: Females are early birds, males are nocturnal
Refugee Children in Sweden Do Better in School than Refugee Children in Denmark
Brain can induce diabetes remission in rodents, but how?
Award for excellence in Alzheimer research
Using past to maintain future biodiversity
More clues discovered to male fertility and testicular cancer causes
Male fertility and testicular cancer linked to cell communication pathway
Proven: Historical climate changes occurred simultaneously in several parts of world
Bad behavior isn’t what leads dog and cat owners to relinquish their pets
Danish Oxford Researcher Returns Home to UCPH
Diversity makes for a better university
Study of 1m children shows adversity in childhood increases risk of premature death in early adulthood
Massive, rapid vaccine production will require firms to share information
Brightest-known fluorescent materials have academic, commercial potential
Paisley Caves study uncovers a new scoop on ancient poop
State of art computational analysis used to track online extremist far-right European groups
Fitness watches generate useful information, but increase patient anxiety
Three judge appointments increase District Court numbers
EU support for extended university collaboration
Flawed legislation has helped create a new profit model for drug industry
Record-high intake at University of Copenhagen
“I only had one french fry”: New method will shield food studies from untruthful answers
Researchers Find Evidence of Smallpox in Viking Age
Vikings had smallpox and may have helped spread world’s deadliest virus
Earliest humans stayed at Americas ‘oldest hotel’ in Mexican cave
Stone tools move back arrival of humans in America thousands of years
Secretary Pompeo Travels to Denmark to Deepen Our Historic Alliance
Electronic monitoring of fishermen ensures that cod aren’t tossed overboard
Rhino horn consumers in Vietnam do not trust demand reduction campaigns
Secret of line-dried laundry’s fresh scent
Alliance of Scientists Wants to Understand Gene Mechanisms behind Major Common Diseases
Diabetes Researcher and Young Talents Receive Awards
Danish soy and palm oil imports account for 7 million tonnes of CO2 emissions every year
Major antibody trial will determine whether immune system remembers coronavirus
Green initiatives reduce CO2 emissions by 70 percent
Resource curse or resource blessing: How major oil discoveries keep autocrats in power