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Ice age water found under the Baltic Sea and Kattegat

For the first time ever researchers have drilled deep into the seabed under Kattegat and the Baltic Sea. The drillings have revealed that hidden under the sea there is freshwater that could date back to the ice age.

11,000 years old elk bones shrouded in mystery

Someone put elk bones in a bog several thousand years ago -- but archaeologists have no clue who it was.

Universities recruit students from science conference

Universities have a lot to gain at Europe's largest science conference ESOF2014 -- even if they come all the way from Asia.

Higgs: a scientific delight or a painful headache?

CERN releases new findings on the Higgs boson that once again brings the future of particle physics into question.

Children can play their way to more learning in school

Learning by playing is the best way to fill young children with knowledge, says two Danish researchers.

How superheroes help top scientists share their knowledge

Meet three researchers with a unique approach to science communication at ESOF2014.

How Copenhagen’s urban space can inspire developing countries

Cities around the world are wondering how they can be “copenhagenised” to help them tackle issues with air pollution and urban space.

Share your research: the researcher's guide to captivating science communication

A new handbook on how to share your research from Videnskab.dk and ScienceNordic.com.

Global poverty and inequality: is welfare only for the lucky few?

A new research project sets out to investigate what happens when the fight against global poverty and inequality is left to the corporate sector.

New materials will change the world

What will be the next big thing in materials science? A group of researchers will discuss that during the ESOF2014 conference in Copenhagen.