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Press releases 2011

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All applications to be digital by 2012
Date of publication: August 10, 2011 University applicants must apply digitally from next year. The science minister believes that young people have the necessary competences and universities must be at the forefront of digitalisation.
Record university intake – especially in natural sciences
Date of publication: July 30, 2011 There was yet another historical intake at Danish universities in July this year, with significant increases in science and technical education. There was also significant interest in Aalborg University and the University of Southern Denmark.
Increasing numbers of highly-educated foreigners want to work in Denmark
Date of publication: July 28, 2011 The Danish Agency for International Education assesses foreign educational qualifications. And the Science Minister's recent annual report on the assessment and recognition of foreign educations shows that more and more highly-educated foreigners are having their degrees assessed.
Eurostudent shines light on student conditions
Date of publication: June 15, 2011 Danish students take the longest sabbatical, get the most state support and are among the most mobile of all European students. These conclusions and more have been revealed in the latest Eurostudent study that compares student living conditions across Europe. The report is being published today.
Penkowa's EliteForsk Award revoked
Date of publication: May 19, 2011 The Science Minister has announced that neuroscientist Milena Penkowa has had her EliteForsk Award revoked.
Easier and cheaper access to research is crucial to growth
Date of publication: May 16, 2011 A new study concludes that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have difficulty accessing research articles, patents, technical reports and market information. Easier and cheaper access will create both innovation and growth in society.
Eske Willerslev receives the 2011 Research Communication Award
Date of publication: April 28, 2011 The renowned biology professor has received the award for communicating his ground-breaking DNA discoveries in an exciting and engaging manner
Denmark achieves Barcelona objective and innovation on the rise
Date of publication: April 26, 2011 Denmark has achieved the Barcelona objective of investing at least 3 percent of GDP in research and development – and reached the objective a year ahead of schedule.
Copenhagen to host ESOF2014
Date of publication: March 25, 2011 Copenhagen (Denmark) has been selected as the host for the Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF) in 2014, to take place June 21-26.
Denmark considered 'Innovation Leader' by European Commission
Date of publication: February 01, 2011 Denmark has been ranked second out of 31 European countries in the recently published Innovation Union Scoreboard 2010.
Joint effort to strengthen foreign language education
Date of publication: January 17, 2011 The Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation and the Minister for Education have established a taskforce aimed at presenting a strategy for how Denmark can improve foreign language education from school right through to university.