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2017.02.23 | Research

Vejen til ny viden er brolagt med uvant samarbejde

Andreas Roepstorff fra Interacting Minds Centre er kendt for sin evne til at samle forskere i projekter, hvor tværfagligheden bliver løftestang for nye forskningsspørgsmål. For nylig fik han et ordinært, men atypisk professorat - delt imellem Institut for Klinisk Medicin og Institut for Kultur og Samfund.

2017.02.08 | Education

Let's Face Complexity - New Bridges Between Physical and Social Sciences

Summer School at Lake Como School of Advanced Studies

2017.02.07 | Knowledge exchange

Andreas Roepstorff - About talking to trees

Article (in Danish) from Vaekstcenteret (Centre for Growth)

2017.01.31 | Grants

Grant for research in "personal medicine"

The research Department DEFACTUM, Social & Health Services and Labour Market has received 0,5 mio. kr. from the The Central Danish Region Research Foundation

2017.01.27 | Grants

Alterations to the sense of agency across conscious states

Grant from the Carlsberg Foundation to new project at IMC

2017.01.26 | Education

The Social Brain: Embodiment & Culture

Interdisciplinary Summer School June 25th –July 1st 2017, Hotel Apollo, Aegina, Greece

2017.01.26 | Publication

Remembering religious rituals: autobiographical memories of high-arousal religious rituals considered from a narrative processing perspective

Valerie van Mulukom has published article in Religion, Brain and Behavior

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2017.01.26 | Publication

Fencing bodes a rapid collapse of the unique Greater Mara ecosystem

Mette Løvschal et al published new article in 'Scientific Reports'

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2017.01.26 | Publication

Fencing bodes a rapid collapse of the unique Greater Mara ecosystem

Mette Løvschal interviewed by videnskab.dk about research published in Nature 'Scientific Reports'

Photo: Mette Lovschal (private).

2017.01.25 | Arts

Researcher: Unique ecosystem in East Africa could collapse

The Greater Mara is a 668,500-hectare natural area in south-western Kenya which is home to a unique variety of wildlife. But it is also home to the famous Masai tribe. New research shows that the area is gravely threatened by manmade changes, and that fences are being erected in unprecedented numbers and at great speed.

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