Centre for Science Studies has the following objectives:

  • Research in the fields of history and philosophy of science and technology, science and society, and science communication;
  • Undergraduate and post-graduate teaching across research areas (Current courses offered by the centre);
  • Research-based development of education and communication activities.

The Centre publishes Research Publications in Science Studies (RePoSS)




2017.03.14 | Publication

New article in Arctic Environmental Modernities (Palgrave, 2017)

Kristian H. Nielsen publishes "Cod Society: The Technopolitics of Modern Greenland"

2017.01.29 | Knowledge exchange

The Exploring Greenland project receives extensive coverage on Videnskab.dk and ScienceNordic

"Denmark’s Cold War struggle for scientific control of Greenland"

2017.01.29 | Knowledge exchange

Matthias Heymann interviewed for Climate News Network

"Cold war spurred Arctic climate research"

Upcoming talks

Wed 19 Apr
14:15-15:45 | Aud D2 (1531-119)
CSS colloquium: Lino Camprubi, Max Planck Institute, Berlin
Experiencing Deep and Global Currents at a Prototypical Strait, 1860s and 1980s
Wed 03 May
14:15-15:45 | Aud D2 (1531-119)
CSS colloquium: Martin Weiss, German Maritime Museum, Bremerhaven
„Don’t Mention the War“: German Research Vessels and the Cold War
Fri 17 Mar
14:15-15:45 | Aud D2 (1531-119)
CSS colloquium: Karen Kiil Brøcker, CSS
Justifications for the evidential use of intuitions in linguistics

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Department of Mathematics

The Centre for Science Studies is part of the Department of Mathematics.