Mads Frandsen in Danish Academy of Natural Sciences

February 6, 2017

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CP3-Origins researcher Mads Toudal Frandsen has been accepted into the Danish Academy of Natural Sciences (Danmarks Naturvidenskabelige Akademi). The academy was founded in 1982 and consists of a broad circle of active researchers at universities and institutions of higher education across the country.

The Danish Academy of Natural Sciences (DNA) is a research political organisation which has as its purpose is to promote Danish research in the natural sciences through meetings, courses, and the publication of research political journals, and to heighten the level of understanding between researchers and society at large. DNA has 189 current members.