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News

Meet a 20-Year-Old Activist Who Smuggles Refugees from Denmark to Sweden

Calle Vangstrup believes it's OK to break the law when that law is unfair or inhumane.
Andreas Digens
1.13.16
restaurant industry

What's Killing Young Danish Chefs?

In Denmark, chefs run a high risk of suffering from work-related illnesses. But is it long hours on the line or the fast-paced, chain-smoking lifestyle that's shearing years off of their lives? Turns out, it's a bit of both.
Andreas Digens
7.31.15
Art

These Artists Are Turning Space Junk into Sound Art

Cath Le Couteur and Nick Ryan's multimedia project "Adrift" explores the idea of space debris using a musical instrument, a film, and a website.
Andreas Digens
10.30.14
Travel

Danes in Space: An Interview with the First Danish Astronaut

In September, 2015, Danish citizen Andreas Mogensen will become the first of his countrymen to be shot into space.
Andreas Digens
10.14.14
Stuff

A Young Chemist Explains How Legal Highs Work

Mathias develops and synthesizes potentially psychoactive chemicals for research purposes, but he says that you're better off taking mushrooms than anything he's cooked up.
Andreas Digens
10.6.14
News

Meet Denmark's Latest Batch of Extremist Groups

A new report labeled 15 Danish groups as being extremist, but when we talked to them, we found that they're convinced that they're actually fighting extremism.
Andreas Digens
9.24.14
News

Meet the Guys Devoted to Shaming Jihadists Online

Their pro-Assad website focuses on exposing alleged Danish Islamists who travel to Syria to fight for the rebel forces. Its authors do this by anonymously posting people's names and pictures.
Andreas Digens
8.28.14