Postdoctoral Fellowship | 02/05/2016
Kirsten M. Ø. Jensen | Research in chemical synthesis has in the last decades given chemists the tools to produce new compounds with outstanding precision, and it is now becoming possible to engineer materials on the atomic level.
Jørgen Hollesen | This article pinpoints the need for new methods for identifying which archaeological deposits in Arctic areas are most vulnerable to climate change.
Mads Sohl Jessen | The goal of this project is to explore and interpret the meaning of the almost forgotten genre or mode of writing we refer to as satire in Danish romanticism.
Dennis Konnerup | This researcher has received a grant from the Carlsberg Foundation to conduct research on how to make plants more ‘waterproof’. This will enhance survival of floods as such extreme events will be more frequent in the future.
Jon Rahbek-Clemmensen | Worsened relations between Russia and the West following the Ukraine crisis have spread to the Arctic and made it more difficult for the regional states to cooperate with one another. It shows that Arctic politics are not just shaped by regional concerns, but that global events and dynamics shape the otherwise well-functioning regional cooperation.
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