As part of its endeavours to make the most of its academic diversity, and to provide input into public debate on important social issues, the University of Copenhagen has identified areas of research in which it is particularly strong. All of these areas address major challenges facing society today, e.g. health and the environment, and they call for solutions that involve collaboration between public authorities, business and industry and the University.
A large international collaboration headed by researchers at the University of Copenhagen has identified an essential mechanism that controls wound healing in the intestine. The new discovery shows that the cells in the
The journey started in the year 2000, at Stanford University. The Pande Lab, directed by professor Vijay Pande, founded the Folding@home project. Ever since, the team has been researching protein folding, computational drug design and other types of molecular dynamics.
If you are interested in updates from the Lab, new research projects, learning more about or progress our recent findings – take a look through out latest blog posts and learn more about what is happening in and around the lab right now.
Folding@home is a project focused on disease research. The problems we’re solving require so many computer calculations – and we need your help to find the cures!
11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today released ” Research Fronts 2014: 100 Top Ranked Specialties in the Sciences and Social Sciences,” an annual report identifying prominent areas of scientific research over the past year.
In January 2013, the University of Copenhagen's Excellence Programme for Interdisciplinary Research awarded grants to 18 projects. To date, the programme has spent almost half a billion kroner promoting closer interdisciplinary research collaboration at the University.