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Denmark among top countries for R&D investment

Denmark is among the top OECD countries for investment in research and development, while Danish research is well-received internationally. Danish researchers are among the most productive and their published research receives many citations.

Logos designed for the iriss space mission

The Danish Astronaut Andreas Mogensen has today 10 October 2014 presented two new logos for his mission to the International Space Station.

Increasing numbers of students availing of Erasmus

More and more Danish students are choosing to participate in exchange and internship programmes in Europe. In 2013, 10 per cent more students availed of the EU Erasmus programme.

Denmark engages innovation cooperation with South Korea

South Korea can learn from Denmark’s experience in transferring technology from universities to small and medium-sized enterprises ( SMEs). The two countries are signing an agreement on innovation cooperation on 1 September 2014.

Copenhagen hosts world-class science

Europe’s largest scientific gathering is coming to an end. More than 4,000 scientists, students, journalists and policy-makers are packing up after six terrific days in Copenhagen filled with science and research.

Science is our best friend

In the future, we have to make a living out of knowledge and, therefore, we have to build bridges between science and the public, said the Minister for Higher Education and Science at the opening of ESOF2014.

The Art of Writing a Proposal for Horizon 2020

On 12 June 2014 Dr. Sean McCarthy will give a course in Copenhagen where future applicants can learn about how to write a successful proposal for Horizon 2020. The course focuses on the most essential things one has to take into account when writing a proposal.

The space mission is named iriss

The Danish Astronaut Andreas Mogensen’s mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2015 has now been given a name: iriss. The winning suggestion was submitted by Filippo Magni from Italy and was chosen among more than 700 suggestions from all over Europe.

Get in touch with science at international festival in Copenhagen

One of Europe’s largest science festivals visits the Carlsberg City District in Copenhagen in June. Curious minds of all ages are invited to take part in ‘Science in the City’ where researchers from all over the world present cutting-edge science and technology.

EuroScience Open Forum opens call for 40 media travel grants

The organisers of Europe’s largest general science event, EuroScience Open Forum, invite journalists from around the world to apply for media travel grants. It is expected that 250 media representatives will be at the science forum in Copenhagen from 21-26 June 2014.

Five Nobel Laureates attending EuroScience Open Forum in Copenhagen

Five Nobel Laureates will be among the speakers at Europe’s largest general science event. 4,500 delegates and 30,000 visitors are expected for EuroScience Open Forum 2014 that takes place in the historic Carlsberg City District this summer. Registration for the forum has now opened.

Courses in English about Horizon 2020

Danish Agency for Science and Innovation organise three courses in English about Horizon 2020. One course focuses on how to write a successful application for Horizon 2020 (H2020). The two other courses focus on how to write a successful application to The European Research Council (ERC).

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