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Mysterious Stone Age rock shows up on Danish Island

Why did Stone Age people carve images of the sun, fields, and spider webs onto small stones?

Aalborg University scientists: world renowned for causing pain

Scientists return to Denmark every year to study what happens in the body when we feel pain.

New research project to investigate aluminium in vaccines

Previous research does not indicate any problems caused by aluminium.

Rock singer has been injecting himself with snake venom for 25 years

Scientists have now made a catalogue of Steve Ludwin’s antibodies.

Mouth bacteria linked to obesity

Amount of oral lactic acid bacteria could influence your propensity to gain weight.

Scientists combat a tricky soil

High plasticity clay has challenged Danish engineers for decades, yet we still know very little about the clay, which can cause severe damage to buildings. A new research project aims to change that.

Patient inclusion is key to fixing health inequality

A new study investigates how inequality affects patient treatment and experiences.

Scientist: Australia’s feral cats should be eradicated

Cats take food from native animals and cause havoc for the natural ecosystem in Australia.

Secrets and lies: The psychology of conspiracy theories

Belief in conspiracy theories can influence politics, health, the environment, and even job satisfaction. So what makes people believe them and what can we do about it?

The Reformation transformed the aristocracy from warriors to bureaucrats

As the king consolidated power, the ruling class adapted to maintain its influence.