Publications - Publications en-us PURE Extension (Web Department) 30 <![CDATA[Principles for Just Prioritization of Expensive Biological Therapies in the Danish Health Care System]]> Bladt, T. M., Vorup-Jensen, T., Ebbesen, M. Research Sat, 18 Feb 2023 21:06:39 +0100 b801623e-1324-458d-94db-83c93842918a <![CDATA[Metascience builds connections]]> Wray, K. B., Nash, L. Research Wed, 01 Mar 2023 21:06:39 +0100 3d9aa61e-dabf-4e09-8774-cceb9119ebc7 <![CDATA[Computational thinking i matematik, naturfag og samfundsfag]]> Musaeus, L. H., Hansen, J. Ø., Nielsen, K. gymnasiet undervisningsforløb der integrerer modelbaserede computationelle metoder i undervisningen i STEM-fagene. Der er publiceret og udviklet en didaktik for den integrerede undervisning, skrevet
forskningsartikler herom samt udviklet ca. 100 nye undervisningsforløb der udnytter didaktikken.
Samtidig er der udviklet et efteruddannelseskoncept som sætter lærerne i stand til selv at fortsætte
arbejdet på egen skole. Projektet har vist at det er muligt at forny fagenes metoder og samtidig udvikle
elevernes computationelle modelleringskompetencer ved at inddrage computationel tænkning og
kodning i den faglige undervisning.]]>
Research Tue, 07 Mar 2023 21:06:39 +0100 4a061057-f296-4ee0-bdb9-b5fc7c276313
<![CDATA[AI: Ven eller fjende?]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 24 Feb 2023 21:06:39 +0100 9d190b39-5382-405c-84d0-b1296e178576 <![CDATA[Magisk tænkning]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 10 Feb 2023 21:06:39 +0100 7d20b7a9-952a-43c1-a917-3fb4bc774360 <![CDATA[Complexity and controversy in media coverage of Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination]]> Agergaard, T. E., Smith, M., Gammelby, A. K. L., Tørring, M. L., Nielsen, K. H. Research Wed, 01 Mar 2023 21:06:40 +0100 8e51eab3-bb11-458b-8046-5c50c0bba616 <![CDATA[A foundational text in scientometrics]]> Wray, K. B. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 21:06:40 +0100 c44bede2-cf19-4d7f-83e9-8aeda507ae39 <![CDATA[Science & theatre: communication, concepts, contexts, and cases]]> Nielsen, K. H. Research Mon, 13 Feb 2023 21:06:40 +0100 ea9d0a89-e4ac-426b-8dc0-92283e9d8fb4 <![CDATA[Guidance for the implementation of the UNESCO Open Science Recommendation re. "Opening science to society" (FINAL)]]> Hsing, P., Ajates, R., Kragh, G., et al. Commissioned Tue, 01 Nov 2022 21:06:40 +0100 b10e9bb1-d51e-47dd-972f-61519ada17bd <![CDATA[Overdrevet ormehul]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 27 Jan 2023 21:06:40 +0100 73236a04-6da0-4901-90b9-1b7354ec04d1 <![CDATA[Skygger for solen]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 20 Jan 2023 21:06:40 +0100 74de42d9-7ec1-448c-8a0d-c0d7ea5a6632 <![CDATA[D4.2: Second version of the Description of TIME4CS training programs]]> Nielsen, K. H., Kragh, G. Commissioned Thu, 26 Jan 2023 21:06:40 +0100 fdeb4d42-f6a4-4f76-bf8f-84dd44684de1 <![CDATA[The emergence of a quantitative worldview and why everyone should care about mathematics]]> Carter, J. Research Fri, 01 Apr 2022 21:06:40 +0200 803d7784-4f57-4cd8-b87a-f5588f325527 <![CDATA[Mathematical Practice, Fictionalism and Social Ontology]]> Carter, J. From the perspective of mathematical practice, I examine positions claiming that mathematical objects are introduced by human agents. I consider in particular mathematical fictionalism and a recent position on social ontology formulated by Cole (2013, 2015). These positions are able to solve some of the challenges that non-realist positions face. I argue, however, that mathematical entities have features other than fictional characters and social institutions. I emphasise that the way mathematical objects are introduced is different and point to the multifaceted role that relations and interconnections play in this context. Finally, I argue that mathematical entities can be considered to be pragmatically real.

Research Wed, 01 Feb 2023 21:06:40 +0100 937be24c-718d-4d44-ad51-bf27eaee6bec
<![CDATA[TikTok, tamponer og titandioxid]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 30 Dec 2022 21:06:40 +0100 befd949e-8ffa-4885-9a09-4d324be462eb <![CDATA[Vores allesammens virus]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 16 Dec 2022 21:06:40 +0100 e466ef22-e2a3-4109-ba15-13d9372db112 <![CDATA[Uniting citizen science and natural history in China]]> Fu, S. Citizen science (CS) is an emerging field in 21st century China. Chinese CS mainly focuses on environmental and species monitoring. According to Danielle Brombal, Asian studies scholar, Chinese CS is highly instrumental and data-focused, i.e., used primarily to promote scientific research, but places little value on citizen scientists' social and emotional context. Brombal suggests a transformative change for Chinese CS, which aims for a radical change of individual cognitive and emotional attitudes, as well as collective norms. The end goal is the transition to sustainability or ecological civilisation for the entire of China. This paper discusses the potential of facilitating such transformative changes through the Natural History Revival Movement, an environmental movement in contemporary China, which proves to be consistent with Brombal's proposed transformation of Chinese CS as regards goals and approaches.

Research Thu, 01 Dec 2022 21:06:40 +0100 e30d63f6-fc8f-4cb5-a836-c09ae5fd7c85
<![CDATA[Citizen science in Denmark at a critical stage]]> Nielsen, K. H., Kragh, G., Agergaard, T. E. Research Thu, 01 Dec 2022 21:06:40 +0100 1e18b068-c9ea-4ddd-abec-2d551380cbca <![CDATA[Dommedagsuret]]> Nielsen, H., Andersen, C. Communication Thu, 01 Dec 2022 21:06:40 +0100 86d375e3-293d-47ae-a327-5455cb582fa6 <![CDATA[Engineering i skolen - hvad, hvordan, hvorfor]]> Auener, S., Daugbjerg, P., Nielsen, K., Rebsdorf, S. O., Sillasen, M., Sørensen, M. J. Communication Sat, 01 Jan 2022 21:06:40 +0100 2fbca7f9-cb42-456c-b735-377e3ec0b7fb <![CDATA[Den norske grødstrid]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 18 Nov 2022 21:06:40 +0100 805edccc-a964-45e5-8c5f-8a830af78dca <![CDATA[Feministisk forskning]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 04 Nov 2022 21:06:40 +0100 b648b614-8ce4-4535-97c4-f4a062ffb1ee <![CDATA[The potential of citizen science for Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services assessment in agri-environmental systems]]> Hager, G., Kragh, G., Danielsen, F. This presentation will situate CS in relation to ES and NC approaches focusing on agrienvironmental systems, outlining the current state of understanding and highlighting several areas in which CS can provide tested methods and mechanisms to the NC/ES field including integration with national NC/ES assessment frameworks, using CS for NC/ES research and modelling as well as establishing localised approaches, such as community-based and codeveloped NC/ES monitoring and management networks and programmes. We will provide
use cases from agriculture and natural resource management across the globe, including from the FRAMEwork project, to illustrate the examples, and outline challenges and opportunities for future applications.
Parallels will also be drawn to related sustainability-focused concepts and assessment frameworks, such as the Sustainable Development Goals and the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework, where the potential of CS to contribute to official indicator monitoring as well as goal and target level implementation has been studied in-depth and demonstrated by several examples. Policy pathways and recommended roadmaps developed for linking the SDGs with citizen science will further illuminate the potential of CS for enriching NC and ES framing and assessment.]]>
Research Sat, 01 Oct 2022 21:06:40 +0200 f73813b3-dd26-470f-9525-f16fa0e7eaec
<![CDATA[How to engage young people in mental health research?]]> Poulsen, S. H., Maindal, N., Kragh, G., et al. Research Sat, 01 Oct 2022 21:06:40 +0200 581cbc31-aee9-4137-a53a-decfd85661b1 <![CDATA[Citizen science and farmer-led innovation at the frontiers of farming and biodiversity]]> Hager, G., Kragh, G., Poulsen, M. K. ., Danielsen, F., Begg, G. Research Sat, 01 Oct 2022 21:06:40 +0200 1c46f412-a852-4889-bc9b-74574ee2cde2 <![CDATA[Mobilising local communities and expedition cruise passengers in the Arctic to address issues of planetary health]]> Kragh, G., Poulsen, M. K. ., Iversen, L., Cheeseman, T., Danielsen, F. Research Sat, 01 Oct 2022 21:06:40 +0200 51cc6328-3dc5-40f2-99b6-06dfb1db0496 <![CDATA[Experiences from a Citizen Science project engaging children and young people in lake ecology through activities in their spare time. Lakes in spare time]]> Egemose, S., Greve, C., Okholm, A., et al. Research Sat, 01 Oct 2022 21:06:40 +0200 381856d6-d814-4514-a881-dfdb4c6f339c <![CDATA[Investigating global resource chains, The case of the global Danish plant oil complex]]> Heymann, M. Research Sat, 01 Jan 2022 21:06:40 +0100 c2bf36e1-e111-4a8b-b69a-dfefb58d2e20 <![CDATA[Review of Arne Kaijser / Markku Lehtonen / Jan-Henrik Meyer et al. (eds.): Engaging The Atom. The History of Nuclear Energy and Society in Europe from the 1950s to the Present, Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press 2021]]> Heymann, M. Research Sat, 01 Jan 2022 21:06:40 +0100 b078c197-b798-42f2-b306-5283ddac1528 <![CDATA[Coen, Deborah R. (2018), Climate in Motion, Science, Empire, and the Problem of Scale]]> Heymann, M. Research Sat, 01 Jan 2022 21:06:40 +0100 2da9794d-4884-43cd-bd8b-7bb1807edaac <![CDATA[Mendels ærteplanter]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 21 Oct 2022 21:06:40 +0200 b0f753a3-4a90-4288-a209-e38f913b32bf <![CDATA[Kræftfremkaldende babypudder]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 07 Oct 2022 21:06:40 +0200 77133b82-e55e-4bd5-8b7f-d280e8a64831 <![CDATA[What we publish in Metascience]]> Wray, K. B., Nash, L., Simon, J. Research Sat, 01 Oct 2022 21:06:40 +0200 4b2faaaa-3c78-4e39-a277-2a01654fb30c <![CDATA[Exploring Trust and Mistrust Relating to the MMR Vaccine in Danish Newspapers Using Computational Analysis and Framing Analysis]]> Fage-Butler, A., Nielsen, K. H., Ledderer, L. K., Tørring, M. L., Nielbo, K. L. Research Sat, 01 Oct 2022 21:06:40 +0200 57d3cff8-00fb-49b4-84c2-14ae14729932 <![CDATA[Mekaniske tyrkere]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 09 Sep 2022 21:06:40 +0200 88ae13cf-a774-4070-b916-58b17c9af91e <![CDATA[En bedre evolutionsteori?]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 23 Sep 2022 21:06:40 +0200 f42719ce-5599-449e-8e1e-4c26a9371d69 <![CDATA[A Defense of Structure in Structure of Scientific Revolutions]]> Wray, K. B. Research Sun, 01 Jan 2023 21:06:40 +0100 3163cc58-8805-4893-840b-06ccb0f03477 <![CDATA[Introduction]]> Brøcker, K., Drożdżowicz, A., Schindler, S. The introductory chapter presents the current status of the debate concerning linguistic intuitions, starting with their early use in the Chomskyan tradition. It introduces the two main questions discussed in the volume: the justification question, which asks for a theoretical rationale for using linguistic intuitions as evidence in the study of language; and the methodology question, which asks whether formal methods of gathering intuitions are epistemically and methodologically superior to informal ones. The introduction also provides summaries of the remaining chapters and explains how they contribute to the debates raised by these two questions.

Research Wed, 01 Jan 2020 21:06:40 +0100 a5dcbe34-9c55-4a9e-aea6-fd47288b48f2
<![CDATA[Small-State Science Policy and Politics]]> Nielsen, K. H., Andersen, C. Research Sat, 01 Jan 2022 21:06:40 +0100 c4176186-f267-423e-afd6-05f47a5a0d15 <![CDATA[O for original]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 12 Aug 2022 21:06:40 +0200 0c112ce3-e0a4-47d5-a39e-2ab2c49589c1 <![CDATA[Gaia overvinder alt]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 26 Aug 2022 21:06:40 +0200 fb6b4596-0467-4d78-9213-77e853ac1f2f <![CDATA[Histories of Science Communication]]> Nielsen, K. H. Research Mon, 01 Aug 2022 21:06:40 +0200 ba667aab-518d-428f-a5f5-3938fb5e4c0d <![CDATA[Induction, Rationality, and the Realism/Anti-realism Debate]]> Wray, K. B. Research Fri, 01 Jan 2021 21:06:40 +0100 ce9e45ad-da61-453d-93d4-d6d0b75c2832 <![CDATA[D4.1 First version of the Description of TIME4CS training programs]]> Nielsen, K. H., Kragh, G. Commissioned Fri, 01 Jul 2022 21:06:40 +0200 1a17aec1-a2d6-454b-9779-3d4283b5b0b5 <![CDATA[For hårdt, for blødt, for stift]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 29 Jul 2022 21:06:40 +0200 93a92785-cbff-4e47-a7a6-e9c949dcc52b <![CDATA[Micro-level model explanation and counterfactual constraint]]> Schindler, S. Relationships of counterfactual dependence have played a major role in recent debates of explanation and understanding in the philosophy of science. Usually, counterfactual dependencies have been viewed as the explanantia of explanation, i.e., the things providing explanation and understanding. Sometimes, however, counterfactual dependencies are themselves the targets of explanations in science. These kinds of explanations are the focus of this paper. I argue that “micro-level model explanations” explain the particular form of the empirical regularity underlying a counterfactual dependency by representing it as a physical necessity on the basis of postulated microscopic entities. By doing so, micro-level models rule out possible forms the regularity (and the associated counterfactual) could have taken. Micro-model explanations, in other words, constrain empirical regularities and their associated counterfactual dependencies. I introduce and illustrate micro-level model explanations in detail, contrast them to other accounts of explanation, and consider potential problems.

Research Wed, 01 Jun 2022 21:06:40 +0200 d5274283-46ef-4b9e-970c-67dd1ea456ca
<![CDATA[Atombomben ændrede verden:]]> Nielsen, H., Andersen, C. Communication Fri, 01 Jul 2022 21:06:40 +0200 8b283f68-4580-4f08-929a-f7ddfaab1245 <![CDATA[Blomsterne, bierne og neonikotinoiderne]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 17 Jun 2022 21:06:40 +0200 30fbdea5-7dcf-422c-b9c4-590338192790 <![CDATA[Bohrs dilemma]]> Nielsen, K. H. Communication Fri, 03 Jun 2022 21:06:40 +0200 c8ce6c3c-61f1-4a69-885a-50d11615d379 <![CDATA[Borgerinddragelse i naturprojekter er godt for de frivilliges trivsel]]> Kragh, G., Stafford, R., Curtin, S., Diaz, A. Research Wed, 01 Jun 2022 21:06:40 +0200 ea8b16de-df8d-4a38-9ec7-e281f8c153da