NIELS BOHR Building progression

Inspired by Danish Nobel prize winner, physicist Niels Bohr’s world famous research environment established in Copenhagen in the 1920s and 1930s. The faculties moving into the new building includes; biology, chemistry, physics, geography, geology, physical education, computer science and mathematics but also modern interdisciplinary subjects such as molecular biomedicine, nanotechnology, eScience and science education.

Niels Bohr’s institute was known as ‘The Creative Copenhagen’ attracting leading researchers in particular within physics, but also from chemistry, mathematics and biology. Researchers from the entire world came to the institute, creating ground breaking scientific results in close collaboration.

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