International Careers Report: Denmark  

2006.03.30
28 April issue of Science magazine will feature an interview with the Prime Minister, Mr Anders Fogh Rasmussen and the Minister of Science Technology and Innovation of Denmark, Mr Helge Sander, who will unveil the potential strategies for reshaping Denmark’s scientific landscape by the year 2010.

Invest in Denmark and the Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation are working in cooperation with Science magazine to communicate Denmark’s leading research and career opportunities to the global community of Science readers.

 

This special 5-page careers feature will focus on Denmark and its innovative strategies for making its world-class science truly global. The Minister of Science Technology and Innovation of Denmark, Mr Helge Sander, will unveil the most important proposals under consideration by the Globalisation Council of Denmark, the intention of which is to solidify Denmark’s place on the world stage of breakthrough research in the life sciences. With unparalleled core competencies in certain fields of science, Denmark will be increasing the number of research positions and attracting more scientists from abroad than ever before.

 

One of the most prestigious and widely cited scientific journals in the world, Science was founded by Thomas Edison in 1880, and has been publishing breaking news and seminal research for over 125 years. The 28th April issue of Science, containing the special feature on Denmark, will reach 700,000 readers around the world and is sure to attract international attention.

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