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Great opportunities for international drone collaboration for Danish researchers and businesses
Date of publication: Dec 20, 2017 According to a new status report giving an overview of the international collaborative opportunities within drone research, the largest countries have also made the greatest inroads in the drone area.
Denmark is a new member of the UN space committee
Date of publication: Dec 15, 2017 Denmark will now have better opportunities to follow and influence international development in the space area. The UN general assembly has unilaterally approved Denmark's membership of the UN committee for the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space.
Annual meeting for chairs and heads of National STI Councils in Europe
Date of publication: Dec 06, 2017 ‘Digitalization’ was the theme of the annual meeting for National Advisor Councils for STI hosted in Copenhagen, 3rd of November 2017. The overall question was how national advisory councils advice their respective governments in order to prepare Europe for the future.
Promising research talents receive prestigious European grants
Date of publication: Sep 15, 2017 Eight talented researchers in Denmark have received highly sought-after grants from the European Research Council for independent basic research. They have received DKK 90 million for new and groundbreaking research in areas such as farming ants, Greenland ice cores and yeast cell factories.
Søren Pind discussing future education cooperation between Denmark and Vietnam
Date of publication: Aug 30, 2017 Vietnam is becoming steadily more popular with Danish educational institutions, and more Danish students are expected to pursue a study programme or an internship in the country. The Minister for Higher Education and Science met with his counterpart from Vietnam to discuss future opportunities.
New action plan for ESS venture ready – what lies ahead by 2025?
Date of publication: Aug 17, 2017 Danish preparatory work is proceeding well for the European research facility European Spallation Source (ESS), which is jointly hosted by Denmark and Sweden. This is according to an advisory group in a new action plan that lays out the status of the ongoing ESS venture towards 2025.
Denmark continues to be a leading European innovator
Date of publication: Jun 22, 2017 Denmark has again been ranked second of the most innovative EU countries in the latest European Commission report. The Capital Region of Denmark (Region Hovedstaden) is one of the EU's most innovative regions.
Denmark recommended for membership of UN space committee
Date of publication: Jun 09, 2017 A joint UN committee for the peaceful use of space has recommended Denmark as a future member of the committee. Denmark will have better opportunities to follow and influence the international development in the area.
Denmark offers input for successor to Horizon 2020
Date of publication: Jun 07, 2017 The Danish Government has begun examining Danish representation of interests as part of the negotiations for the next European framework programme for research and innovation.
Anniversary event: Ten years of excellent research in Europe
Date of publication: Mar 21, 2017 Last week, the 10 year anniversary of the European Research Council (ERC) was celebrated in the Old Banquet Hall of the University of Copenhagen. The minister for the Ministry of Higher Education and Science Søren Pind participated in celebrating excellent research in Europe and Denmark.
Jim Hagemann Snabe to help set the future EU innovation agenda
Date of publication: Jan 24, 2017 The European Commission has appointed Jim Hagemann Snabe as one of 15 experts who will advise on how the EU's research and innovations programmes can support businesses in the future.
New survey shows Danish research into environmentally-friendly resources is of high international quality
Date of publication: Jan 06, 2017 The public sector is investing significantly and successfully in research into the production of environmentally friendly food and energy, according to a new survey from the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.
New organisation introduced in the Ministry of Higher Education and Science
Date of publication: Jan 02, 2017 The Ministry will change its organisational set-up from 1 January 2017. The changes will result in the two existing agencies being closed down while two new will be formed: the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education, and the Danish Agency for Institutions and Educational Grants