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Green is the colour of hope, white symbolises surrender or innocence, and black binds the living to the dead.
Greenland can now brag about hosting a large, operational radio telescope, with a dish measuring 12 metres in diameter.
We might not know exactly what happened on this battlefield in Denmark, 2,000 years ago. But one thing is certain: It was violent.
It is a sure sign that spring is in the air: The sight of a bumblebee queen buzzing around spring flowers on a sunny day. But sometimes, when she is flying around, she is actually not looking for flowers, but on the hunt ...
Danish bogs have preserved some unique archaeological finds: Grauballe Man and Tollund Man, to name a few.
80 years since the first calculations showed that the Earth was warming due to rising greenhouse gas emissions
Some people argue that concern for global warming is a modern phenomenon. And that scientists and environmental activists invented these worries to raise awareness of rising greenhouse gases from burning fossil fuels.
Around 870 CE, Norsemen crossed the North Atlantic to reach Iceland, which they spent the next five decades colonising.
How do you study ancient cities when they're hidden from view, covered with hundreds or thousands of years of human development by the growth of towns and cities?
You may think that trees and other plants are stationary and passive organisms that just stand around all day. So long as they get sufficient sun and water, everything is fine.
At some point, when I was writing my new book, 'Selfies, why we love (and hate) them,' I walked around the Katrinebjerg halls at Aarhus University, Denmark, and asked people if they'd play a word association game with me.