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Press releases 2009

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Danish Share in the World's Most Advanced X-Ray Laser

Denmark is joining the European collaboration on XFEL, the European Free-Electron X-Ray Facility near Hamburg, a project with features that will make it possible to 'film' molecules.

Climate Research Centre Inaugurated in Greenland

With a few weeks to go before the UN Climate Summit, a new "climate university" or research centre is being inaugurated today in Greenland, where the climate changes can be studied just outside the door.

Sander: Massive Public Commitment to Green Research

Helge Sander, Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, has presented an overall plan for green research and innovation intended to create new growth and welfare and support Denmark's key role in the green area.

Twelve Per Cent More New Students at Universities

Today, 20,263 young people were admitted to a university education. This is an increase of 12 per cent compared to last year. Four out of five students now begin at the university after no more than two sabbatical years.

Sander: Obama's Research Policy Strengthening Danish-American Cooperation

President Barack Obama's new research and innovation strategy will clearly strengthen Danish-American cooperation, says Helge Sander, Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, in connection with a visit to the United States by the Danish Parliament's Science Committee.

Manpower Scholarships for Foreign Students

The number of foreign students completing a full education in Denmark fell by more than 400 students from 2006 to 2007. As a result, the Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation suggests that "manpower" scholarships should be established for foreign students.

The Danish Realm Claims Area Twice the Size of Denmark

Following seven years of research and data collection, the Faroe Islands and Denmark have submitted documentation that a large portion of the continental shelf in the North Atlantic belongs to the Danish Realm.

Opening of Greenland Climate Research Centre

A new climate research centre is about to open in Greenland for studying climate changes and their consequences to nature and communities in the Arctic.

Fine Second Place to Denmark

In the European collaboration on higher education Denmark is one of the leading countries. A ministerial conference in Belgium has set the goals for this collaboration up to 2020.

Danish Climate Research – Great Say in a Small Way

Danish climate researchers are among the most productive and quoted in the world. All the same, climate research is a very small field of research – both in Denmark and the rest of the world. The Science Minister believes that this is an area with great development potential.

International Success for Danish e-learning

Danish e-education in climate changes is attracting participants from all over the world. As climate experts, they are to advise decision makers and handle future climate changes.

Education in Denmark Ranking High

International students are glad about the level of Danish study programmes. But they are less satisfied with life outside the classroom. This is shown by a new survey.

Sander Visiting the European Spaceport

From Tuesday 3 to Thursday 5 March, the Danish Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, Helge Sander, will be visiting the European Spaceport in French Guyana in South America. Preparations for launching the Planck satellite, which contains Danish technology, are now well under way.

Denmark To Set Up World-Class National Biobank

A research grant to the Danish State Serum Institute (SSI) of DKK 121 million from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation and the Novo Nordisk Foundation is to strengthen Danish health research.

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