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From meat-production to urinary tract infections
Study tracks food’s value from farm to plate globally
Ancient sand reveals missing piece of 3.2-billion-year-old continent
Research sheds light on origins, age of massive impact crater
What could possibly go wrong with virtual reality?
Study reveals a universal travel pattern across four continents
Proteomics reveals how exercise increases efficiency of muscle energy production
Geological riddle solved: Roof of World has gotten higher
Flint stone sounds suggest a Stone Age settlement in Copenhagen’s Svanemøllen Harbour
Weight-loss treatment prevents accumulation of lipid linked to cardiac mortality
Study reveals new details on what happened in first microsecond of Big Bang
How a small fish coped with being isolated from sea
Differences between leopards are greater than between brown bears and polar bears
Migratory songbirds climb to extreme altitudes during daytime
Using personalized medicine to avoid resistance to leukemia treatment
Giving entrepreneurship a boost
GORKY Protein Turns Bitter Tomatoes Sweet
New metabolism regulating method: Could improve prostate cancer and high cholesterol treatments
Football Fitness gives an important boost to health in women treated for breast cancer
Force transmission between cells orchestrates collective cellular motion
Brazilian coronavirus variant likely to be more transmissible and able to evade immunity
Stone Age bear genome reconstructed from DNA in Mexican cave
Beetles that pee themselves to death could be tomorrow’s pest control
Tiny fruit flies give researchers new insights into ‘highway of nerve cells’
New invention can reduce agricultural pesticide use: Distinguishes harmful insects from helpful ones
Researchers examine which trees are movable when climate change evicts them from their original habitats
Ancient DNA hints at diverse Stone Age traditions of kinship
Thawing permafrost cools Arctic currents: This might affect fish stocks
Major Danish venture into artificial intelligence research
Brexit will have less financial impact on Danish seafood industry and employment than feared
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
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
New study sews doubt about composition of 70 percent of our universe
Climate labeling reduces our CO2 footprint – even for those who willfully attempt to remain uninformed
IoPPN Researchers receive Wellcome Trust Awards
We need to rethink healthcare sector
New documentation: Old-growth forest carbon sinks overestimated
Researchers discover how to improve zinc content in plants
Looking at bright side of transitioning to virtual formats
SuperCam sends first data back to Earth from Perseverance Mars Rover
Covid-19 vaccine candidate based on UCPH-research ready for testing on humans
How robotics will affect humanity and nature in future
8 March, 8 women, 8 research results
Beauty is in brain of beholder: An AI generates personally attractive images by reading brain data
NASA’s Perseverance Rover Gives High-Definition Panoramic View of Landing Site
UCPH gathers medical anthropologists for a conference on chronic conditions