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Say hello to the newest member of the Last Week in Denmark universe, the app

Say hello to the newest member of the Last Week in Denmark universe, the app. It was developed by Tudor Ciobanu, one of our...

Car brakes and electric cars are not good friends

The brakes are part of wear and tear of the car and therefore are not covered by insurance. If you own an electric/hybrid car...

Electric car charging stations on lampposts

An experiment in Bornholm (Rønne) will show if in the future we can place electric car charging stations on lampposts. The project is possible...

Second victory in a row for Denmark in the yearly EU Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS)

Martin Stengaard Sørensen (19 years old, DTU student) has won first place in the European competition for young researchers (14-20 years old). He is working on...

Pay for your TV set with your data

A worrying development is coming from the USA. A company called Telly TV is giving out free flat screens in exchange to allow them...

A math formula developed by three Danish scientists will tell us if there are more universes

That is, if it is ever solved. After six years of research, a study has been published in “Journal for General Philosophy of Science”,...

The Webb Telescope

The Webb Telescope spots Six Galaxies That Shouldn't Exist

Green Comet

An exotic green comet that has not been seen since the time of the Neanderthals has reappeared in the sky, ready for its closest approach to...
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