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The climate change challenge has fallen into a familiar pattern – more research papers on climate change, another COP (Conference of the Parties) meeting, more pledges by the world's governments to do something, continuing ...
The University of Copenhagen in Denmark is home to a unique collection of Ancient Egyptian papyrus manuscripts.
Zenobia was a famous warrior queen who dared to challenge the Roman Emperor and crippled the empire with an ambitious military expansion.
Some animals, such as venomous snakes and insects, can use venom for predation or defense, which is an ability that has been developed through millions of years. And the evolution continues – partly due to an increasing ...
You have virtually unlimited choices of where to spend your time, but you always hang out in the same few places. Are you boring? No, you are a human.
Odense, birth place of Hans Christian Andersen, is at least 100 years older than previously thought, say two Danish archaeologists.
Cannons, hand grenades, and up to a thousand soldiers were on board the large Swedish warship when it exploded in the Baltic Sea, 454years ago.
Mette Bisgaard Petersen, Liza Rosenbaum Nielsen and Matt Denwood
It is one of the greatest mysteries in the universe: Why is there so much more matter than antimatter?
The Danish medieval town of Odense is the final resting place for hundreds of people who died with a frightening disease: Leprosy.