News 2018

15. August 2018

New observations confirm theory connecting gamma ray bursts with neutron star merger

A major international research collaboration with researchers from the DNRF Cosmic Dawn Center (DAWN) and from the former DNRF Dark Cosmology Centre (DARK) has confirmed the theory of a connection between colliding neutron stars and short gamma ray bursts. The results were recently published in the scientific journal Nature Astronomy. New research published in the […]

25. July 2018

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. Far beneath the surface of the ice at the South […]

19. July 2018

News from MIB: Ph.D. defense focuses on interplay between hearing and sight

Former Ph.D. student Cecilie Møller, from the Center for Music in the Brain (MIB) and the Psykologisk Institut at Aarhus University, can now call herself a post-doc after the defense of her dissertation on the interplay between hearing and sight. The world is a multimodal place and different simultaneously active sensory systems contribute to our […]

17. July 2018

Bo Brummerstedt will be in charge of the first Danish ESS research environment

The head of the DNRF’s Center for Materials Crystallography (CMC), Bo Brummerstedt Iversen, will be in charge of the first Danish ESS research environment at Aarhus University. The group will study future materials. Professor Bo Brummerstedt Iversen, who is the head of the DNRF research center CMC, has been appointed to lead the first Danish […]

12. July 2018

Ancient pygmy genes traced in Southeast Asia’s genetic landscape

The head of the DNRF Center for GeoGenetics, Eske Willerslev, is leading an international research team that has mapped genetic immigration in Southeast Asia. The study, which has been published in the scientific journal Science, shows that the reason behind the diversity of the area is more complex than previously thought. The genetic and cultural […]

10. July 2018

SAC helps NASA set the clock on recently launched TESS telescope

Researchers from the Stellar Astrophysics Center (SAC) at Aarhus University will be helping NASA set the clock on the space telescope TESS, which was launched in April. In the wake of the launch, the international space conference TASC4/KASCII will be held at Aarhus University this week. A research group at the DNRF’s Stellar Astrophysics Center […]

10. July 2018

David Lando selected as chair for the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority

Professor David Lando, who is the head of the Center for Financial Frictions (FRIC) at Copenhagen Business School and has been serving as acting chairman of the board of the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority, has been selected by Brian Mikkelsen as the new chairman of the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority. The head of the Center […]

9. July 2018

Head of Center Eske Willerslev and Professor Thomas Werge have been granted DKK 60 million from the Lundbeck Foundation to study the evolution of brain diseases

The head of the DNRF’s Center for GeoGenetics Eske Willerslev and Professor Thomas Werge have received DKK 60 million from the Lundbeck Foundation to fund a new research center that will aim to map the evolution of brain diseases. Some of the work at the new center will build on the outstanding research led by […]

28. June 2018

Mars meteorite Black Beauty expands time frame for potential life on the Red Planet

Head of center Martin Bizzarro and Ph.D. student Laura C. Bouvier, from the Center for Star and Planet Formation (STARPLAN), are in charge of an international research team that has dated an early stage of crust formation on Mars with the help of a rare meteorite. Professor Martin Bizzarro and Ph.D. student Laura C. Bouvier, […]

28. June 2018

New research from CARD published in Nature: Effective cancer medicine works opposite to the way previously believed

Researchers from the DNRF’s Center for Autophagy, Recycling and Disease (CARD), at the Danish Cancer Society’s Center for Cancer Research, offer new explanation of the effect of cancer medicine and the fundamental processes during cell division. Professor and unit leader Jiri Bartek and senior researcher Apolinar Maya-Mendoza, from the DNRF’s Center for Autophagy, Recycling and […]

26. June 2018

Inauguration of DAWN – The Cosmic Dawn Center

Last week, a new Center of Excellence, the Cosmic Dawn Center (DAWN), officially opened. During the next six years, head of center Sune Toft, together with a team of international colleagues, will examine the cosmic dawn that revealed the first galaxies, stars, and black holes in the universe. June 22 was the day of the […]

22. June 2018

BASP study reveals hitherto unknown cause behind bacteria’s dormancy

Head of center Kenn Gerdes, together with post-docs Mohammad Roghanian and Kristoffer Skovbo Winther from the Center for Bacterial Stress and Persistence (BASP), has revealed the cause behind bacteria’s dormancy. This finding is important to understanding bacteria’s tolerance for antibiotics. Bacteria are everywhere in nature, and they are known for their ability to survive under […]

17. June 2018

Study funded by DNRF grant to CSE: Removal of children’s tonsils increases risks for developing asthma

Jacobus Boomsma was the head of the Centre for Social Evolution (CSE) from 2005 to 2015. During that period, the center was funded by a grant from the Danish National Research Foundation. In a recent study that originated with the funding from the DNRF, Boomsma found that removal of the tonsils and adenoids is associated […]

12. June 2018

HYPERMAG’s hyperpolarized MR scan will soon be ready for use with cancer patients

In its magazine DYNAMO, the Technical University of Denmark recently wrote an article about the Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance’s (HYPERMAG) hyperpolarized MR -scan that will soon be used with cancer patients. In a four-page spread in the latest publication of the magazine DYNAMO by the Technical University of Denmark, you can gain insight […]

12. June 2018

Postdoc from MIB in new study: Wants to expand the study of music evolution with neurological approach

Postdocs Massimo Lumaca from Center for Music in the Brain (MIB) together with Andrea Ravignani and Giosuè Baggio from Vrije Universiteit Bruxelles and Max Planck Institute for Psycholingvistic, have proposed an interdisciplinary study on music that unites cultural transmission and neurophysiology. The study is published in the journal Frontiers in Neuroscience. How did music emerge? […]

11. June 2018

Two researchers from DNRF Centers of Excellence have been accepted at the Young Academy

The talented researchers Víctor Silva Aguirre, from the Stellar Astrophysics Centre (SAC) at Aarhus University, and Naia Morueta-Holme, from the Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate (CMEC) at the University of Copenhagen, are among the seven new members accepted at the Young Academy 2018. Victor Silva Aguirre, from the Stellar Astrophysics Centre (SAC), and Naia […]

8. June 2018

Archeological high technology maps hidden ancient societies

Head of center Rubina Raja, from the Center for Urban Network Development (UrbNet), in collaboration with colleagues from the Danish-German research team Northwest Quarter Project, has reconstructed ancient society using aerial photos and 3D scans. In the famous Decapolis city of Jerash, Jordan, Professor Rubina Raja, who is the head of the Centre for Urban […]

31. May 2018

Project at HYPERMAG aims to ensure the spread of new, fast scanning method at hospitals

The latest issue of the Danish magazine Medicoteknik writes about the DNRF center HYPERMAG’s new research project, which aims to pave the way for the use of so-called hyperpolarized MR scanning at hospitals and thereby to ensure much faster scan results in, for instance, cancer patients. At the DNRF Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance […]

31. May 2018

Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard receives Danish science award

Professor Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard, head of center at the Stellar Astrophysics Centre (SAC) at Aarhus University, is one of two recipients of this year’s Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen’s Award for Scientific Research. On May 30, the head of the Stellar Astrophysics Centre (SAC), Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard, received this year’s Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen’s Award for Scientific Research. […]

30. May 2018

DTU writes article about the career of head of center Anja Boisen

In an article on the website of the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Professor Anja Boisen talks about her path to a career as a top researcher, her research today, and her role as head of center. Anja Boisen is the head of center at the DNRF Center for Intelligent Drug Delivery and Sensing Using […]

24. May 2018

Horse domestication and hepatitis: Three articles from Eske Willerslev in Nature and Science

Head of center Eske Willerslev, from the Center for GeoGenetics, has published three scientific articles on the same day in the prestigious journals Nature and Science. The articles take their point of departure in fossil DNA and gives an insight in ancient migration along the Silk Road. May 9 was a special day for head […]

23. May 2018

Research from CEM: Laser light maps electrons’ way through cable bacteria

Using laser light, researchers from the Center for Electromicrobiology (CEM) at Aarhus University examined the loss of voltage in the newly discovered cable bacteria. The study was recently published in the journal PNAS. A single cable bacteria filament about 1 centimenter long. (Foto: Jesper Tataru Bjerg) Head of center Lars Peter Nielsen, Professor Andreas Schramm, and […]

16. May 2018

New research from CCG: glucose controls a cell’s absorption of bad cholesterol

New research from the Copenhagen Center for Glycomics (CCG) shows for the first time how a cell’s ability to absorb the bad cholesterol LDL is controlled by glucose. The study was published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry on May 11. Assistant Professor Katrine Schjoldager and head of center Henrik Clausen, from the Center for […]

15. May 2018

Proposal for Ahlers: basic research should adress the fundamental questions

Altinget.dk has invited some of Denmark’s primary research political stakeholders to debate how the new Minister for Higher Education and Science, Tommy Ahlers can create a more optimal and fruitful relation between research and entrepreneurship. The debate will run over the next four weeks. In today’s Altinget, the DNRF Chair Liselotte Højgaard and Director Søren-Peter […]

14. May 2018

Former head of center Kurt Gothelf receives the Danish Polymer Prize – ATV | Elastyren Prize 2018

Professor Kurt Gothelf, who recently ended 10 years as head of center at the DNRF Center for DNA Nanotechnology (CDNA) at Aarhus University, has received this year’s Elastyren Prize 2018 from the Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV). Last month, at the annual meeting of the Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV), Professor Kurt Gothelf […]

9. May 2018

Video lecture: Rubina Raja on urban societies from the past

Professor Rubina Raja, head of center at the Center for Urban Network Evolution (UrbNet) at Aarhus University, gave a lecture about urban societies from the past. The lecture was part of the Science and Cocktails series and was offered as part of the Forskningens Døgn Festival – in English known as The Danish Science Festival. […]

4. May 2018

International award will go to head of center Troels Skrydstrup

Head of center Troels Skrydstrup, from the Carbon Dioxide Activation Center (CADIAC), will receive the Melvin Calvin Award 2018. Next month, head of center Troels Skrydstrup, from the Carbon Dioxide Activation Center (CADIAC), will receive the Melvin Calvin Award for his outstanding contributions to the field of isotopic research. The award is being given to […]

3. May 2018

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. The selection criteria: Degree to which the photo raises curiosity […]

3. May 2018

The winner of the DNRF’s photo competition 2018: Researchers control photons in the light of the optical fiber moon

A photograph of a full moon, created by lights from thousands of hair-thin pipes of glass, won first prize in the Danish National Research Foundation’s photo competition 2018. The picture gives an insight into the thorough methods that scientists use in the hunt for developing quantum technologies that can revolutionize the processing of data and […]

3. May 2018

DNRF’s photo competition 2018: Close-up of cancer cells’ interphase wins second prize

A picture of cancer cells in the phase before cell division has won second prize in the Danish National Research Foundation’s photo competition 2018. The picture is part of a research project at the Center for Autophagy, Recycling and Disease (CARD), where post-doc Søs Grønbæk Mathiassen has examined how the cells’ embedded trashcan can influence […]

3. May 2018

Detailed photo of a plant’s internal transport highways wins third prize in the DNRF’s photo competition 2018

Seventy-four detailed microscopic images combined to create a full image of a thale cress leaf have won third prize in the Danish National Research Foundation’s photo competition 2018. The image is part of the research carried out at the DynaMo Center and visualizes the plant’s internal transport highways – a system that researchers are seeking […]

1. May 2018

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. Deadline for outline proposals is November 1, 2018, at 12 noon. Through the links below you will find information regarding the application and selection process, […]

1. May 2018

Read the DNRF Annual Report 2017

The Annual Report 2017 from the Danish National Research Foundation can be read by clicking the picture or by clicking here.

30. April 2018

Inauguration of PROMEMO – Center for Proteins in Memory

In early April, the DNRF Center for Proteins in Memory officially opened its doors at Aarhus University. During the coming years, the head of center, Professor Anders Nykjær, together with expert colleagues, will study specific proteins that play an important role in human memory. Wednesday, April 4, was a day for celebration at the Merete […]

23. April 2018

Matthew Collins receives ERC grant for research on old animal skins

Niels Bohr Professor Matthew Collins, from the Natural History Museum of Denmark at the University of Copenhagen, has received a prestigious grant from the European Research Council to research tracks of DNA in parchments. Niels Bohr Professor Matthew Collins, a professor of archeology at the Natural History Museum of Denmark at the University of Copenhagen, […]

23. April 2018

Information meetings about DNRFs 10th. application round for Centers of Excellence

Call for proposals will be announced May 1, 2018 Informational meetings regarding the 10th application round will be held at Aalborg University May 1, 11:00-12:30, Auditorium, Niels Jernes Vej 10 Aarhus University May 1, 15:30-17:00, Auditorium 3, Tåsingegade, Building 1441/113 Technical University of Denmark May 18, 13:00-14:00, Building 101, S01 University of Copenhagen Humanities May […]

23. April 2018

Research from Center for GeoGenetics shows genetic adaptation to diving among human ‘sea nomads’

Ph.D. student Melissa Ilardo, from the Center for GeoGenetics, supervised by Professor Eske Willerslev and Professor Rasmus Nielsen, has uncovered the secret behind Southeast Asian sea nomads’ unique breath-holding ability. The research result was recently published in Cell. Most people can hold their breath for one minute at a maximum. But the Bajaus, a coastal […]

13. April 2018

International research group presents new standards to ensure solid research

A team of international researchers recently published a study in the magazine Nature Ecology & Evolution outlining new standards for procedures in researching ancient proteins. Niels Bohr Professor Matthew Collins, from the Natural History Museum of Denmark at the University of Copenhagen, together with a group of international researchers from, among others, the Max Planck […]

10. April 2018

26 meteorites give us new information on the birth of the Earth and the moon

In a new study recently published in Nature, researchers from STARPLAN explains how the connection between the planets’ different chemical composition and their respective size can provide new information on the creation of the Earth and the moon. According to researchers’ theory, a rotating disk of gas and dust, called the “protoplanetary disk,” circled around […]

3. April 2018

Mette Birkedal Bruun receives Tagea Brandt travel grant

Head of Center Mette Birkedal Bruun, from the Centre for Privacy Studies (PRIVACY) at the University of Copenhagen, together with author Naja Marie Aidt, received the Tagea Brandt travel grant on March 17 this year. The Tagea Brandt travel grant is given to female scientists or artists who make substantial contributions to their respective fields […]

26. March 2018

Video lecture: Head of center Susanne Mandrup talks about her research on fat cells and genes

In a video below, you can watch Susanne Mandrup, head of center at the recently launched DNRF center ATLAS, talk about her research on fat cells and genes (in Danish). The lecture was organized by the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. On March 19, Susanne Mandrup, the head of the recently opened DNRF […]

23. March 2018

New research from CEBI on gender pay gap receive worldwide media attention

Research results from CEBI received great media attention worldwide when the research showed how women’s yearly earnings drop significantly after their first child is born.   Researchers Jakob Egholt Søgaard and Henrik Kleven from the Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality (CEBI) at the University of Copenhagen, together with researchers from the U.S and London, […]

23. March 2018

SPOC develops new chip to process quantum information with hitherto unseen speed

Researchers from SPOC are part of an international research team behind a chip that can process quantum information with hitherto unseen speed. The result can pave the way for future quantum technologies. Yunhong Ding, Davide Bacco, and Leif K. Oxenløwe, from the Center for Silicon Photonics for Optical Communications (SPOC) at the Technical University of […]

22. March 2018

Head of center collaborates with NASA on upcoming launch of new space telescope

Next month, NASA’s TESS telescope will be sent into space to look for unknown exoplanets and observe the nearest stars. Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard from SAC heads part of the mission. In about a month, NASA’s newest planet hunter, TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite), will be launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Head of […]

13. March 2018

Volcanic swamps on Iceland are a microbiological war zone

Researchers have discovered an anti CRISPR-protein for the first time in the constant battle between microorganisms in boiling hot pools on Iceland. Professor Xu Peng and her colleague Ditlev Brodersen from the Center for Bacterial Stress Response and Persistence (BASP) at the University of Copenhagen have collaborated with researchers the U.S and found that boiling […]

12. March 2018

New research from CGG: Vampire bats, genetics and microbes

Researchers from the Center for GeoGenetics have studied vampire bats with a hologenomic approach, looking at the relationship between the animal’s genes and microbiota. This holistic approach is part of a new era in genetic research. New research from the DNRF’s Center for GeoGenetics (CGG) studies vampire bats and tries to identify the relationship between […]

9. March 2018

Vaccine awakens the immune system and is likely to protect against more diseases

Researchers have recently published a new study that shows how vaccinations against tuberculosis also provide protection against other diseases, such as yellow fever. New research shows how the immune system, through the use of living viruses, can be trained to protect us against diseases other than the one for which the vaccine is originally designed. […]

6. March 2018

The Elite Research Prizes 2018 honor basic research

Two researchers associated with the Danish National Research Foundation were among the recipients of this year’s five Elite Research Prizes, all of which were awarded to researchers who conduct excellent basic research. The director of the DNRF welcomed the recognition of the importance of basic research as did one of this year’s prize recipients, Professor […]

6. March 2018

Opening Ceremony for CeMiSt – Center for Microbial Secondary Metabolites

February 27 was a clear but frosty day at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), when the opening of the new Center of Excellence CeMiSt was celebrated with speeches and a reception. (From left: Chair of the DNRF, Liselotte Højgaard, head of department, Bjarke Bak Christensen, head of center at CeMiSt, Lone Gram, director of […]

28. February 2018

DNRF head of center receives 15 million DKK from the Lundbeck Foundation for his research on memory

Brain scientist and head of center at the DNRF’s Center for Proteins in Memory (PROMEMO), Anders Nykjær, has just received a grant of 15 million DKK over the next five years from the Lundbeck Foundation. The new project aims to understand the mechanisms underlying the role of the receptor sortilin in regulating memory and our […]

26. February 2018

CMC discovers flawed theory behind widely used materials

DNRF head of center Bo Brummerstedt Iversen is one of the authors of a new paper in Nature Materials which shows that parts of the theory behind van der Waals materials do not match reality. Therefore, the theory must be reconsidered before researchers can fully understand the materials, which may be of great importance in […]

14. February 2018

Research Barometer 2017: Danish researchers are among the world’s elite

The director of the Danish National Research Foundation welcomes the news from this year’s research barometer, which shows that Danish researchers belong to the world’s elite. In early February, the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science published Research Barometer 2017, which annually takes the temperature of Danish research from an international perspective. The report […]

6. February 2018

Jørgen Kjems from CellPAT receives this year’s Novo Nordisk Prize

The head of a DNRF center, Jørgen Kjems, will be this year’s recipient of the Novo Nordisk Prize for his innovative research on cellular communication. Since November 2017, Jørgen Kjems has headed the DNRF’s Center for Cellular Signal Patterns (CellPAT) at Aarhus University. For years, his name has been synonymous with innovative research into RNA and […]

5. February 2018

Head of center Rubina Raja will tour the US as Kershaw Lecturer

The Archaeological Institute of America has appointed Rubina Raja, head of center and professor of classical archaeology, as the Kershaw Lecturer 2018/2019. As part of the appointment, she will make a lecture tour in the US, presenting the research that originates from the center. The new year began with great recognition for Rubina Raja, professor […]

1. February 2018

PERSIMUNE investigates how patients with septic shock reacts to induced hypotermia

In a comprehensive study, researchers from the DNRF center PERSIMUNE, together with colleagues, have investigated whether induced hypothermia has an effect on organ failure and mortality among patients with septic shock. Can a reduction in patients’ core temperature to 32-34 degrees Celsius (hypothermia) reduce organ dysfunction and mortality in respirator-dependent patients with septic shock? This […]

31. January 2018

Top researcher and former head of DNRF center returns to Denmark and DTU

Jens Kehlet Nørskov is a former Center of Excellence director at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and internationally recognized for his research within catalysis and sustainable energy. Now, after more than seven years at Stanford University, in the US, Nørskov returns to his roots as head of a major energy research initiative at DTU. […]

30. January 2018

Head of center is behind new approach to fundamental particle physics

Professor of Theoretical Physics and Head of the DNRF center CP3-Origins, Francesco Sannino, together with colleagues, has developed a new theoretical approach to fundamental particle physics. The theory opens up new possibilities and perspectives that other researchers can use in their work. Read more about the new approach here 

29. January 2018

A new super tool for genetic analysis has arrived at a DNRF center

Susanne Mandrup, head of the DNRF center ATLAS, has a new state-of-the-art tool available for her genetic research related to obesity. The new instrument makes it possible to analyze hundreds of genetic samples much faster and cheaper than before. A late Christmas gift recently arrived at the Center for Functional Genomics and Tissue Plasticity (ATLAS) […]

29. January 2018

Head of center is behind new approach to fundamental particle physics

Professor of Theoretical Physics and Head of the DNRF center CP3-Origins, Francesco Sannino, together with colleagues, has developed a new theoretical approach to fundamental particle physics. The theory opens up new possibilities and perspectives that other researchers can use in their work. Professor Francesco Sannino, the head of the Centre for Cosmology and Particle Physics […]

26. January 2018

Nikolaj Scharff discovers 18 new pelican spider species in Madagascar

Madagascar’s biological diversity thus far has been described only to a limited extent. However, a study done by Nikolaj Scharff from Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate and Dr. Hannah Wood from Smithsonian Institution has changed this. Read more about the discovery and the pelican spider’s unusual behavior here

26. January 2018

Can music remedy sleep problems?

In mid-January, Kira Vibe Jespersen defended her Ph.D. thesis at the Center for Music in the Brain. The thesis examined whether music could be a tool for improving sleep quality for people suffering from sleep problems. Read more about Kira Vibe Jespersen’s project and the results here 

26. January 2018

Can music remedy sleep problems?

In mid-January, Kira Vibe Jespersen defended her Ph.D. thesis at the Center for Music in the Brain. The thesis examined whether music could be a tool for improving sleep quality for people suffering from sleep problems. In the future, Jespersen will continue her work at the Center for Music in the Brain as a post-doc. […]

23. January 2018

Nikolaj Scharff discovers 18 new pelican spider species in Madagascar

The East African island of Madagascar is world renowned for its incredible biodiversity. The island is home to about 5 percent of the world’s animal and plant species, and the island’s biological diversity  thus far has been described only to a limited extent. However, a new research study is about to change this. Nikolaj Scharff, […]

19. January 2018

Peter Vuust tells about music education and brain research on conference in Aarhus

Brain research and music education were on the agenda when the head of the Center for Music in the Brain (MIB), Professor Peter Vuust, spoke at a conference for music and education in the Musikhuset Aarhus. The conference was collaboratively arranged by the Royal Academy of Music and MIB, and more than 400 teachers from […]

17. January 2018

Inauguration of Center for Macroscopic Quantum States (BigQ)

The Danish National Research Foundation will invest 63 million DKK in Professor Ulrik Lund Andersen’s exploration of the boundaries between classical physics and the marvelous world of quantum physics during the next six years. On Friday, January 12, the director of the DNRF, Søren-Peter Olesen, had the honor of opening the center by performing an […]

12. January 2018

Eske Willerslev rewrites American immigration history with groundbreaking discovery in Alaska

An international research team led by Eske Willerslev recently made a discovery that affects world history as we know it. The findings were reported in an article in Nature titled: Terminal Pleistocene Alaskan genome reveals first founding population of Native Americans. Willerslev is the head of the Center for Geogenetics and a professor at the […]



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