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The awkward origin of extinction

Royal Academy Lectures in Humanities and Social Sciences with anthropologist and professor at University of Iceland Gísli Pálsson.

The Circadian Rhythm Story: Past, Present and Future

Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, Professor Michael Rosbash, gives a public lecture

The Joy of Discovery

The 2016 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Ben Feringa gives Royal Academy Nobel Laureate Lecture

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300.000 pages of science right at hand!

What do mammoths, meteors and the principals of moral philosophy have in common? Each of them is a topic that you can look up on our brand-new publication platform – a public access, free of charge tool that allows you to browse through all of the scientific books and articles published by the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters since 1745.

New President of The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters

The new President, elected by the members of the Academy, is Marie Louise Nosch, Professor at the University of Copenhagen, historian specialized in ancient Greek history, and textile researcher.

New publication on models for measuring the behaviour of animals

Attempted Solution to a Fundamental Psychobiological Problem

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HCØ - Kampen om videnskaben

Special publication. A comic about the Danish psysicist and chemist H.C Ørsted.

H.C. Ørsted: Scientific Papers.

Collected Edition with two Essays on his Work by Kirstine Meyer, née Bjerrum.

Danmarks Havalger bind 1-2

Danmarks Havalger (Seaweeds of Denmark) is the most comprehensive Danish algal flora to date. It includes descriptions with illustrations of all the marine red, brown and green macroalgae recorded from Danish waters.

From the early years of Phonology. The Roman Jakobsen - Eli Fischer-Jørgensen correspondence (1949-1982)

For more than 30 years, from 1949 till 1982, the two influential linguists Roman Jakobson (1896-1982) and Eli Fischer-Jørgensen (1911-2010) regularly exchanged letters. Now, almost 40 years after the last letter of the correspondence was signed, The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters is publishing the entire collection of preserved letters.