Oscillating “ghost particles” caught at the South Pole help solve an astrophysical riddle

DNRF Niels Bohr Professor Subir Sarkar and Professor Jason Koskinen are part of a global collaboration that, with the help of the neutrino observatory IceCube, have discovered for the first time the connection between the emission of neutrinos and radiation from active galaxies called blazars.

Red more about the groundbreaking research here

10th Application Round for New Centers of Excellence – the call is out

 

The Danish National Research Foundation hereby invites researchers from all scientific fields to submit outline proposals for new Centers of Excellence which may start operating in the beginning of 2020

For more information about Centers of Excellence and the application and selection process click here

Domino effect of climate events could lead to irreversible “hothouse Earth” state

Professor Katherine Richardson from the DNRF Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate (CMEC) is part of a research team warning that an uncontrollable domino effect is likely to dramatically exacerbate global warming. The researchers point out that the goal of the Paris Agreement is probably not enough to avoid this development.

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The winning pictures in the DNRF’s photo competition 2018 have been chosen

This year, the Danish National Research Foundation launched a photo competition for the foundation’s grantees, and now the winners have been chosen. Below, you can see the winning pictures and find links to interviews with the winners, who explain the fascinating research behind the pictures.

Read more about the competition and the winners here.



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