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New Protein Center at University of Copenhagen

Denmark will now be able to go full blast with its protein research. This is because the University of Copenhagen has opened its new protein center called The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research.
The center’s name is derived from the Foundation which donated 80 million Euros in 2007 for the establishment of the center. The facility to be managed by the Faculty of Health Sciences boasts of more than 150 international researchers, high tech laboratories and advanced instrumentation. […]

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Danish Architects Behind Google Wave

As the information superhighway called the internet continues to draw an increasing number of users, more services are also being offered online. One of the most popular companies that has long been associated with the internet is Google. But while many people think about Google as only a search engine that helps users look for the information they want, this brand has a lot more to offer. […]

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Stricter Rules for Phoning while Driving

Mobile phones are just about anywhere today. Due to the stiff competition among mobile phone companies, getting a mobile phone has been made very affordable.
But while these wireless and very handy phones have made communicating from any remote location possible, there remains one issue that cities all over the world are trying to address. And this is about using the mobile phones while driving. […]

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ID Chip to Help Trace Lost Bikes

Not all cities around the world are crime free. No matter how beautiful the place is and friendly its people, there are bound to be some forms of illegal activities. Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is no exception. […]

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Simulators Useful in Training Surgeons

What could best train aspiring surgeons in performing their job in a more efficient manner? The answer to this question is a simulator. At least this is what a new study conducted by a Danish research team found out. […]

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Danes Are First In Online Shopping

Our of all European countries, Denmark has the most online shoppers. Six out of ten adults in Denmark shop on the Internet, placing Denmark first in Europe, according to a 2008 analysis issued by the EU statistics office Eurostat. “Danish e-commerce is strong both domestically and internationally, and figures issued at this year’s World Economic Forum confirmed Denmark’s status as the world’s leading e-shopping nation,” says general manager Morten Kamper from FDIH, the Danish Distance Selling and E-business Association. […]

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Danish Made Giant TV Goes on U.S. Tour

High end plasma TV just got bigger. Bang & Olufsen launched one of the world’s biggest TV screens measuring a whopping 103 inches. The new Danish made television is part of the Beovision 4-series.
With just a push of a button, the television can be raised, twisted and tipped to give the perfect angle. […]

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Danish Researcher Invents Wii-Controlled Robot Lawnmower

Innovativeness is what Danes are known for worldwide. And they start young. Through this blog alone, many of you have learned about the numerous achievements of the Danish people in different fields. Mostly, though, they’re famous for their unique innovations in the field of science and technology. […]

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Red Herring Awards Danish IT Firms

Good news are always most welcome to everybody. For Denmark, the good news always keeps coming especially in the world of information technology (IT).
This year, the Red Herring magazine picked several Danish companies as its top awardees in the European Top 100 list. Among them are Napatech, Mazui, SMS Passcode, Zmags and Octoshape. […]

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