Latest University of Copenhagen Stories
World citizen number 7 billion is less likely to die from infectious diseases like measles or even AIDS, and more likely to contract diabetes or other non-communicable diseases (NCDs), as they are now the leading causes of deaths globally.
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen are behind the development of a new method that will make it possible to develop drugs faster and greener.
Rising sea levels in the coming centuries is perhaps one of the most catastrophic consequences of rising temperatures.
All cells in our body have a system that can handle cellular waste and release building blocks for recycling.
Antibiotic resistance is a growing problem in several African countries.
Scientists from the University of York have played a pivotal role in a discovery which could finally unlock the full potential of waste plant matter to replace oil as a fuel source.
Researchers at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, have examined a number of plants which are used for illegal abortions in Tanzania.
The incidence of malaria in many African countries south of the Sahara is falling rapidly.
Researchers have collaborated to generate new knowledge about an important part of the brainâ€™s complex communication system.
Danish researchers say the rate of melting in the Arctic sea may be slower than previously thought.
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