Other Research Project | 02/05/2016
Rubina Raja | The award-winning Danish archaeologist, Rubina Raja, is head of the research project the Palmyra Portrait Project, where more than 2,500 funerary sculptures from the Roman period are being investigated.
Bjørn Lovén | Land and Underwater Archaeological Excavations of Ancient Athens’ Naval Bases in the Piraeus.
Peter Munk | Danish Eel Expedition Investigates the Spawning Areas of the Mysterious Eel.
Peter Thisted Dinesen | Can social cohesion—the social ties that weave citizens together—be maintained in the face of an increasingly ethnically diverse populace? With continued immigration, this question is more relevant than ever.
Matthias Heymann | For the first time an international team of researchers has investigated the scope of research activities in Greenland during the Cold War.
Torben René Jensen | The smallest element, hydrogen, can be the key to the implementation of a CO2-free society. Hydrogen can readily be prepared from renewable sun, wind, or water energy by electrolytic water splitting.
Cecilie Brøns | Research of ancient polychromy continues to establish a more comprehensive and detailed knowledge of how the ancient world was coloured and why.
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