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Rat experiments give new hope for heart failure patients

A majority of patients who’ve suffered heart failure die. Danish researchers have carried out experiments on rats that may help save more patients.

Science communication: let your passion shine through

Renowned professor Carl Johan Sundberg explains how good science communication leads to self-development and the joy of helping others. A Q&A.

Good science communication depends on good judgement

Philosopher Vincent F. Hendricks explains the rewards and dangers of science communication. A Q&A.

Citizen scientists will make new technologies available to everyone

More and more independent researchers are forming their own research communities to develop their ideas without being influenced by universities and industry. Meet some of the in Copenhagen during the Science in the City Festival this summer.

Do you have what it takes to be a real inventor?

Find out at this summer's Science in the City festival in Copenhagen where experts can help turn your ideas into actual products -- if your idea works, that is.

Fitness addicts get withdrawal symptoms just like alcoholics

People addicted to exercise experience withdrawal symptoms just like alcoholics and other addicts do, a new study reveals.

Chemical compound slows down accelerated ageing in cells

Recent findings offers a new perspective on ageing and brings hope to people suffering from neurodegenerative diseases.

Debunked: extreme exercise isn’t harmful

Are hours of daily exercise unhealthy? No, says researchers behind a new report.

Researcher: patients can't speak openly about mental illness

Patients suffering from mental illness feel they can't speak openly about their illness, new study reveals.

New online game will change kid's understanding of language

Researchers put focus on the pecularities of spoken language in new online game for kids and high schoolers.

Evidence found: Harald Bluetooth built Viking fortress

A few months ago, the find of a hidden ringfort in Denmark created great excitement among archaeologists all over the world. Now archaeologists have finally concluded that it is, in fact, an viking fortress. But was it Harald Bluetooth's?