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Copenhagen

Capital city of Denmark

Copenhagen is the capital and most populous city of Denmark. Copenhagen is the major economic and financial center of Denmark. The city's economy is based largely on services and commerce. Copenhagen has some of the highest gross wages in the world (before taxes).

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September 10, 2021
The Economic Times
New infections have eased off in Denmark as vaccine rates have climbed, reaching over 70 percent of the overall population.
Science X staff
August 24, 2021
phys.org
There's been an age-old question going back to Darwin's time about the relationships among the world's five living rhinoceros species. One reason answers have been hard to come by is that most rhinos went extinct before the Pleistocene. Now, researchers reporting in the journal Cell on August 24 have helped to fill the gaps in the rhino evolutionary family tree by analyzing genomes of all five living species together with the genomes of three ancient and extinct species.
Science X staff
August 24, 2021
phys.org
Spoilage of yogurt by yeast poses a problem for the dairy industry that includes economic losses from wasted product. Understanding the effects of factors such as storage conditions, yeast species, and bioprotective cultures on yeast spoilage can help yogurt producers make decisions that improve quality and minimize loss. In an article appearing in the Journal of Dairy Science, scientists from the University of Copenhagen, Chr. Hansen A/S, and Cornell University developed predictive models that evaluate the effects of a bioprotective culture on yogurt spoilage.
Science X staff
July 12, 2021
phys.org
For quite some time, farmers and researchers have been focusing on how to bind carbon to soil. Doing so makes food crops more nutritious and increases yields.
Science X staff
July 6, 2021
phys.org
Two model studies document the probability of climate tipping in Earth subsystems. The findings support the urgency of restricting CO2 emissions as abrupt climate changes might be less predictable and more widespread in the climate system than anticipated. The work is part of the European TiPES project, coordinated by the University of Copenhagen, Denmark but was conducted by Professor Michael Ghil, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France and coauthors from The Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium and Parthenope University of Naples, Italy.
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