The University of Copenhagen is the Nordic research institution which by far publishes the most in the world's most prestigious and leading scientific journals. In the years 2013 to 2016, scientists from the university were either authors or co-authors of 511 scientific articles in Nature and Science.
Every year the University of Copenhagen rewards the best teacher on campus, outstanding innovation and the extraordinary effort to develop a positive and attractive study environment. Meet the winners.
The Danish National Research Foundation is ready to grant up to DKK 235 million to four new centres of excellence for basic research at the University of Copenhagen. One of the centres that has been invited for contract negotiations with the Foundation is the Centre for Privacy Studies (PRIVACY). The new centre is to shed light on the historical development of the concept of privacy, which is more topical than ever in times of surveillance, Big Data and focus on work-life balance.