MARCH FOR SCIENCE

 DENMARK 

  APRIL 22, 2018

SCIENCE MARCHES ON

In 2017, more than one million people around the world gathered together in the largest event for science advocacy in history.  On April 22, 2018, March for Science Denmark unites again to hold our elected and appointed officials responsible for enacting equitable evidence-based policies that serve all communities and science for the common good.

It’s time we held our political leaders accountable for supporting good science policy. It’s time we join together and demand that our leaders use science to inform their work and cast their votes for science.

We are scientists, science enthusiasts and concerned people of planet Earth. We come from all cultures, all religions, all gender identities, all sexual orientations, all abilities, all socioeconomic backgrounds, all political perspectives, and all nationalities. Our diversity is our greatest strength; a wealth of opinions, perspectives, and ideas is critical for the scientific process and social progress. What unites us is a love of science, reason and an insatiable curiosity for knowledge. We recognize that science is everywhere and affects everyone on the globe.

Science protects the health of our communities, the safety of our families, the education of our children, the foundation of our economy and jobs, and the future we all want to live in and preserve for coming generations.

MARCH FOR SCIENCE Denmark logo

SCIENCE MARCHES ON

In 2017, more than one million people around the world gathered together in the largest event for science advocacy in history.  On April 22, 2018, March for Science Denmark unites again to hold our elected and appointed officials responsible for enacting equitable evidence-based policies that serve all communities and science for the common good.

It’s time we held our political leaders accountable for supporting good science policy. It’s time we join together and demand that our leaders use science to inform their work and cast their votes for science.

We are scientists, science enthusiasts and concerned people of planet Earth. We come from all cultures, all religions, all gender identities, all sexual orientations, all abilities, all socioeconomic backgrounds, all political perspectives, and all nationalities. Our diversity is our greatest strength; a wealth of opinions, perspectives, and ideas is critical for the scientific process and social progress. What unites us is a love of science, reason and an insatiable curiosity for knowledge. We recognize that science is everywhere and affects everyone on the globe.

Science protects the health of our communities, the safety of our families, the education of our children, the foundation of our economy and jobs, and the future we all want to live in and preserve for coming generations.

WHY ARE YOU MARCHING?


Finding out stuff is an essential part of being human.

Anja C. AndersenAstrophysics - University of Copenhagenhttp://www.dark-cosmology.dk/~anja

I believe the basic sciences are the key for true competitiveness of Denmark, much more than innovation.

Francisco PereiraeProfessor, Intelligent Transport Systems, DTU

Vi støttter March for Science, fordi vi tror på videnskabens betydning for løsningen af samfundets problemer og er bekymrede for tendenserne til øget politisk styring af universiteterne og indgreb i forskningsfriheden.

Association of Professors at DTUhttp://www.profforening.dtu.dk/

Fordi jer tror på science uden politisk dagordner.

Torben Krogh MikkelsenDTU Wind Energyhttp://www.vindenergi.dtu.dk/english

Decisions must be based on facts. Alternative facts are lies. The scientific method tells us how to decide which is which, and this must be respected and promoted from the top to the bottom of society if there is any hope for humanity.

Harry B. BinghamProfessor of Marine Hydrodynamics, DTU

Vi støtter March for Science, fordi der er brug for international bevågenhed omkring, at videnskaben er til samfundets bedste. Marchen er en mulighed for at markere, at videnskaben har en vigtig funktion i en tid hvor lande isolerer sig og konflikterne breder sig. Her er der brug for uafhængige videnskabsfolk, der taler med hinanden på tværs af ”politiske grøfter”.

Svend ChristensenInstitutleder, Institut for Plante- og Miljøvidenskab http://plen.ku.dk/english/

For centuries scientific truth through observation and rigorous study has prevailed in the face of ignorance and superstition. This trajectory must not stop now. @DeProgressiveDK

De ProgressiveA New Political party in Denmarkhttps://www.deprogressive.dk/

Den skræmmende tendens til at folk tror på kloge koner, ammestuesnak mm fremfor videnskabelige resultater og evidens. Især problemet med manglende tilslutning til vaccinationsprogrammer bekymrer mig. Det er en af de største lægevidenskabelige opdagelser inden for de sidste par hundrede år.

Karen Bundgaard Andersen

Som videnskabens medie i Danmark støtter vi naturligvis en bevægelse, som insisterer på, at viden og facts – og ikke antagelser og fordomme – skal være de grundpiller, vi bygger vores samfund på.

Videnskab.dkV/ Peter Hyldgård, udviklingschef http://videnskab.dk/

Dansk Filosofisk Selskab har som formål at styrke filosofien i Danmark, især som den praktiseres med udgangspunkt i højere uddannelses- og forskningsinstitutioner. En march, der sætter viden og videnskabelighed i højsædet, er derfor et meget velkomment initiativ, ikke mindst i en tid, hvor alternative sandheder og post-faktualitet er blevet en del af den politiske virkelighed. For at kunne forholde sig skeptisk, må man hylde idealet om sandhed, og det er filosofiens udgangspunkt, ligesom det er videnskabens.

Dansk Filosofisk Selskabhttp://filosofiskselskab.dk/cms/

Because knowledge is the foundation of society.

Julia Hunt Formand for privatsektoren i DM og Chefkonsulent, Ingerfair

I find that science is important.

Rikke Næraa

Decisions should be based on solid facts.

Professor Adam LindgreenLeder af Institut for Afsætningsøkonomi, Copenhagen Business School

Forbrugerrådet Tænk arbejder for at alle forbrugere kan træffe et trygt valg. Det kan vi kun gøre på et oplyst grundlag, skaffet gennem den bedst mulige dokumentation og viden på et videnskabeligt grundlag.

Forbrugerrådet Tænkhttps://taenk.dk/

I support the march, hoping it will raise awareness that science has important messages we can not afford to ignore.

Jesper Hauge CTO

To support a scientific-evidence-based world view.

Mikkel Fog JacobsenSpecialist, Lundbeck A/S

Tænketanken Frej arbejder for at forene og nuancere den danske fødevaredebat. Dette sker gennem dialog og mødet mellem menneskersker. Vi ønsker ikke at fortsætte den nuværende generations krig om fakta. Vi insisterer i stedet på en fælles virkelig gennem dialog og mødet mellem hinanden og videnskaben. Derfor bakker vi op om March for Science.

Iben Krog Rasmussen Medstifter og debatansvarlig af tænketanken Frej

Because knowledge is the foundation of our democracy and society.

Karin Askjærsocialrådgiver, MPP

I support the March for Science!

Charlotte Mühlmann Dansk Forskningsinstitut for Selvmordsforebyggelse, Phd. studerende

Because we would like to support children and young people in exploring, understanding and changing the world with science.

AstraNational center for learning in nature, technology and healthwww.astra.dk

A defense of evidence-based thinking and the scientific method has never been more important.

Jan Jepsenwww.klimakaos.com

I support the March for Science!

Torben Heick JensenProfessor Aarhus University

I support the March for Science!

Djuke VeldhuisResearcher, Aarhus University

I support the March for Science!

Mikkel Jerger

We can’t know what it means to be human without exploring ourselves and the world we live in. This endeavor is called science.

Brian Thorsbro PhD Student, Astrophysics, Lund University

Selskabet for Naturlærens Udbredelse, stiftet af H.C. Ørsted i 1824, så offentligheden kunne komme og høre om de nyeste landvindinger inden for naturvidenskabe fag og deres betydning for erhvervslivet, støtter selvfølgelig marchen.

Selskabet for Naturlærens Udbredelsehttp://www.naturvidenskab.net/

Jeg støtter March for Science fordi jeg er bekymret og oprørt over den stigning i usikkerhed om hvorvidt man kan stole på fagfolk, som synes at findes generelt i befolkninger og blandt beslutningstagere, verden over.

Phillip Vorting Randsø Nyuddannet biolog fra KU

Et retssamfund må basere sine valg på et gennemsigtigt og regulært grundlag. Dette grundlag hviler på god forskning.

Gunnar Nordestgaard Folkesocialist og arbejder i Sf’s Udvalg for økonomi og omfordeling

Knowledge and insight are the foundation of a civilized society. We must do what we can to base our actions on the best available knowledge!

Bo Møhl Professor, Faculty of Humanities at Aalborg Universityhttp://www.en.hum.aau.dk/

Science is our the symbol of human curiosity, interaction with other humans and the basis for understanding life and death – all disciplines are part of an enormous undertaking aiming at creating the societies we live in.

Christoffer Johansen Professor, Oncology Clinic, Rigshospitalet & Danish Cancer Society Research Centre http://www.cancer.dk/om-os/the-danish-cancer-society/

Political development over the decades clearly shows the lack of transparency in the relationship between money, special interests, politics and science. The contra-factual propensities can be seen in all wavelengths of the political spectrum. Politicians seduce the public by undermining the experts, making use of emotional words like ‘expertism’ and ‘value struggle.’ Science and politics are inseparable. Our political discussions should not deal with what the facts are (we have the scientific consensus), but about how we use the knowledge we have to make the best decisions for our society.

Samir Ben Chaabane

I support the March for Science!

Lisa VilladsenLektor i Retorik, Det Humanistiske Fakultet, Københavns Universitet

Science or chaos.

Bo Villumsen PhD studerende

March for Science focuses on an important agenda for the whole community – including high-school education.

Gymnasieskolernes Lærerforeninghttp://www.gl.org/

I am a scientist.

Bent Selchau

Because our science in recent years has suffered from unreasonable attacks. We have forgotten all the value that science contributes to the Danish society.

Syddanske Studerende http://syddanskestuderende.dk/

It’s about time to stand up and require that politics must be science based.

Esben Agerbo Professor

I support the March for Science!

Desire Gandia Fernandez

I support the March for Science!

Anja Thoe Fuglsang

I support the March for Science!

Jacob Hassing

Because education and research is a vital part of any society and must always be prioritized.

CBS Students http://www.cbsstudents.dk/

It is important to support science when it is attacked on a frivolous basis.

BioNyt Videnskabens Verdenhttp://bionyt.dk/

It seems more important than ever that scientists stand together.

Mette Nyegaard Genomics, Biomedicine, Aarhus University

I support the March for Science!

Mette Reissmann Parlamentarian

Science is the tool of choice when you have to navigate in the increasingly complex World.

Brian Rafn HjelvangLæge

I support the March for Science!

Per Gysting

The alternative to scientific and evidence based knowledge and decision making are lies and corruption and must therefore always be opposed.

Jens Krabbe

I support the March for Science!

Morten Andersen Linnet Forskningspolitik

Science is the antidote to the post-factual society.

Lýsa Westberg Gæsteforsker, Institut for Kommunikation, Aalborg Universitet

Science as the basis for political decisions!

Københavns Universitet Prorector

Science is the foundation for us to continue delivering more and better treatments to the citizens, to the patients. Without the science and the curiosity of getting more skilled and smarter, we can not continue to deliver high quality, high-quality treatment for present and future generations.

Yngre Lægerhttps://www.laeger.dk/yngre-laeger

I support the March for Science!

Rikke Helena Lütge

I support the March for Science!

Mujtaba Hassan

The Alternative supports because nobody knows the future – therefore research and curiosity are absolutely crucial to answer the questions that we did not know we needed answers to.

The Alternativehttp://en.alternativet.dk/

I support the March for Science!

Juan Pablo AlmeidaPhD student

To fight “alternative facts”

Christian Strachacand.mag.

I support the March for Science!

John Campbell Professor of Sociology

I support the March for Science!

Lise-Lotte HolmgreenLektor, Aalborg Universitet

Only through knowledge can we make our future secure and secure our future as human beings.

Polyteknisk Forening http://www.pf.dk/

Free research!

Carina Ren Lektor, AAU

To defend a scientific-based approach to the world.

Ole Dybkjær Hounsgaard

Scientific studies based on transparency and peer-review should continue to be the pillars on which we base our society and decisions.

Julie SheardPhD student, Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate

The Danish Council for Resuscitation works for education and public education based on the best available evidence in the field in collaboration with, among others, the European Council for Resuscitation.

Danish Council for Resuscitationhttp://genoplivning.dk/

In solidarity with universities and colleagues who are subjected to political censorship and oppression of research results.

Birte Siim Professor

Concern especially for  future generations.

Lasse Mønster cand. merc. TAP-ansat i AU Uddannelse fællesadm.

I support the March for Science!

Anne Ohm Miljøøkonom

I support the March for Science!

Hördur Hreinsson

I support the March for Science!

Claus Heegaard Poulsen

I support the March for Science!

Anja Thoe FuglsangAssociate professor, KU

Science sparks perspective.

Jørgen Wadum Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation - CATS ar SMK

I support the March for Science!

Bruno Jerup Forskningsordfører Enhedslisten

I support the March for Science!

Mikkel KlarskovScience teacher

I support the March for Science!

Vitaly KomnatnyyPhD in Chemical Biology

Too few people appreciate that the fantastic advances that we benefit from in our daily lives( ( in medicine, communication, travel, etc..) originate with concrete scientific advances based on facts, not traditional unsubstantiated beliefs. Future progress must rely on open assessment of facts and conclusions based thereon.

Jens Jørgen GaardhøjeProfessor, Univiversity of Copenhagen

Facts are the base for mankind’s existence.

Bo Wennergren Chairman, FoU, Pharma

Science gives us many opportunities, but it is important that science is free not dependent on economic interest, and that it is still possible to deal with basic research.

Ellen Juul Mogensen Cand. Pay. Specialist i neuropsykologi

Because finding out how things work is essential to survival. Also for creating a peaceful, harmonious and safe future for our children and grand children. As Carl Sagan once pointed out: “Imagination will often take us to worlds that never were. Without it, we go nowhere.”

Jordi Steen Forteza Bus Driver & Regional Coordinator for the UN International Asteroid Day in Denmark

It’s important.

Erik

Of course we support March for Science. It’s an absolute no-brainer!

Laila Pawlak CEO, SingularityU Denmark http://www.singularityudenmark.org/

Because facts are not up for debate.

Carsten Lunde Petersen Roskilde Universitet

Science needs to be protected from stupidity

William Weber Engineer

I support the March for Science!

Carsten DaugbjergProfessor, Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen,,

We have entered the age of the uninformed opinion.

Helle Christiansen Senior Scientist Molecular Biology & Robotics at Roche

I support the March for Science!

Helle Ekkert Sabra

Oplysning er den vigtigte vide hvis vi skal bestå her på jord knold vi er på, så uddandelse og grund forskning er ALT!!

Jan Green Larsen IT Konsulent

I support the March for Science!

Thomas Jønsson Associate professor

I support the March for Science!

GudrunPh.D student

Knowledge is the foundation of our society

Ann ChristiansenCand.Phil. I nordisk sprog og litteratur

We need another age of enlightenment

Mogens Fosgerau Professor in economics, DTU

March for Science is a must do.

Ole Asbjørn Birch Professor in economics, DTU

Because knowledge – and love – are the foundations of life and should be the foundations of both the local and the international community,

Steen

It is important and politicians underestimate the importance of basic science

Lotte PedersenAssociate Professor, Cell Biology

We need to develop our world in a positive direction, based on facts not populism and fear.

Bente PedersenTeacher

Our future must be based on facts, not on opinions. Science provides facts. Let’s do more science to make this world a better place.

Christoph QuitmannDirector, MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University

Science is our future.

Jens Degett Chair of Danish Science Journalists

To help counteract relativistic and transfactual views

Torben ThraneProfessor (rtd) Aarhus University

Not because science is a sure platform, but because science is our most important survival kit in the wilderness of reality by people and natural forces.

Bo Holm Jacobsen Lektor i Geoscience, Aarhus Universitet

Science is the best method we have to teach us more about the world and ourselves.

H. Larsén Folkeskoleelev 6. i Roskilde

Pursuing true science is the way to true freedom. Faith will not do.

Xiaoli Guo LarsénSenior Scientist from DTU

How can you not be interested in how nature works?

Ib Christensen Senior Scientist from DTU

I support the March for Science!

Mikkel Gath Bjerge

Our society is based on science. Without science no growth in welfare. Therefore, I support the march.

Robert Feidenhansl Director European XFEL

I support the march.

Bo PoulsenLektor i miljøhistorie, Aalborg

No to state and corporate control of knowledge production

Hervé CorvellecProfessor of management

Good idea.

Søren Christensen biologi, professor

Communication (spin) is abused too often and in the political system there is often a great lack of knowledge and interest in decision making.

Pernille Risager Bendixen Ekstern lektor

I support because I believe in my life being better when there is an explanation of everything around me

Ole Kramer Citizen of the planet

Our modern society builds on science.

Kenneth Karlsson Senior Scientist and head of research group DTU

WHY ARE YOU MARCHING?


Finding out stuff is an essential part of being human.

Anja C. AndersenAstrophysics - University of Copenhagenhttp://www.dark-cosmology.dk/~anja

I believe the basic sciences are the key for true competitiveness of Denmark, much more than innovation.

Francisco PereiraeProfessor, Intelligent Transport Systems, DTU

Vi støttter March for Science, fordi vi tror på videnskabens betydning for løsningen af samfundets problemer og er bekymrede for tendenserne til øget politisk styring af universiteterne og indgreb i forskningsfriheden.

Association of Professors at DTUhttp://www.profforening.dtu.dk/

Fordi jer tror på science uden politisk dagordner.

Torben Krogh MikkelsenDTU Wind Energyhttp://www.vindenergi.dtu.dk/english

Decisions must be based on facts. Alternative facts are lies. The scientific method tells us how to decide which is which, and this must be respected and promoted from the top to the bottom of society if there is any hope for humanity.

Harry B. BinghamProfessor of Marine Hydrodynamics, DTU

Vi støtter March for Science, fordi der er brug for international bevågenhed omkring, at videnskaben er til samfundets bedste. Marchen er en mulighed for at markere, at videnskaben har en vigtig funktion i en tid hvor lande isolerer sig og konflikterne breder sig. Her er der brug for uafhængige videnskabsfolk, der taler med hinanden på tværs af ”politiske grøfter”.

Svend ChristensenInstitutleder, Institut for Plante- og Miljøvidenskab http://plen.ku.dk/english/

For centuries scientific truth through observation and rigorous study has prevailed in the face of ignorance and superstition. This trajectory must not stop now. @DeProgressiveDK

De ProgressiveA New Political party in Denmarkhttps://www.deprogressive.dk/

Den skræmmende tendens til at folk tror på kloge koner, ammestuesnak mm fremfor videnskabelige resultater og evidens. Især problemet med manglende tilslutning til vaccinationsprogrammer bekymrer mig. Det er en af de største lægevidenskabelige opdagelser inden for de sidste par hundrede år.

Karen Bundgaard Andersen

Som videnskabens medie i Danmark støtter vi naturligvis en bevægelse, som insisterer på, at viden og facts – og ikke antagelser og fordomme – skal være de grundpiller, vi bygger vores samfund på.

Videnskab.dkV/ Peter Hyldgård, udviklingschef http://videnskab.dk/

Dansk Filosofisk Selskab har som formål at styrke filosofien i Danmark, især som den praktiseres med udgangspunkt i højere uddannelses- og forskningsinstitutioner. En march, der sætter viden og videnskabelighed i højsædet, er derfor et meget velkomment initiativ, ikke mindst i en tid, hvor alternative sandheder og post-faktualitet er blevet en del af den politiske virkelighed. For at kunne forholde sig skeptisk, må man hylde idealet om sandhed, og det er filosofiens udgangspunkt, ligesom det er videnskabens.

Dansk Filosofisk Selskabhttp://filosofiskselskab.dk/cms/

Because knowledge is the foundation of society.

Julia Hunt Formand for privatsektoren i DM og Chefkonsulent, Ingerfair

I find that science is important.

Rikke Næraa

Decisions should be based on solid facts.

Professor Adam LindgreenLeder af Institut for Afsætningsøkonomi, Copenhagen Business School

Forbrugerrådet Tænk arbejder for at alle forbrugere kan træffe et trygt valg. Det kan vi kun gøre på et oplyst grundlag, skaffet gennem den bedst mulige dokumentation og viden på et videnskabeligt grundlag.

Forbrugerrådet Tænkhttps://taenk.dk/

I support the march, hoping it will raise awareness that science has important messages we can not afford to ignore.

Jesper Hauge CTO

To support a scientific-evidence-based world view.

Mikkel Fog JacobsenSpecialist, Lundbeck A/S

Tænketanken Frej arbejder for at forene og nuancere den danske fødevaredebat. Dette sker gennem dialog og mødet mellem menneskersker. Vi ønsker ikke at fortsætte den nuværende generations krig om fakta. Vi insisterer i stedet på en fælles virkelig gennem dialog og mødet mellem hinanden og videnskaben. Derfor bakker vi op om March for Science.

Iben Krog Rasmussen Medstifter og debatansvarlig af tænketanken Frej

Because knowledge is the foundation of our democracy and society.

Karin Askjærsocialrådgiver, MPP

I support the March for Science!

Charlotte Mühlmann Dansk Forskningsinstitut for Selvmordsforebyggelse, Phd. studerende

Because we would like to support children and young people in exploring, understanding and changing the world with science.

AstraNational center for learning in nature, technology and healthwww.astra.dk

A defense of evidence-based thinking and the scientific method has never been more important.

Jan Jepsenwww.klimakaos.com

I support the March for Science!

Torben Heick JensenProfessor Aarhus University

I support the March for Science!

Djuke VeldhuisResearcher, Aarhus University

I support the March for Science!

Mikkel Jerger

We can’t know what it means to be human without exploring ourselves and the world we live in. This endeavor is called science.

Brian Thorsbro PhD Student, Astrophysics, Lund University

Selskabet for Naturlærens Udbredelse, stiftet af H.C. Ørsted i 1824, så offentligheden kunne komme og høre om de nyeste landvindinger inden for naturvidenskabe fag og deres betydning for erhvervslivet, støtter selvfølgelig marchen.

Selskabet for Naturlærens Udbredelsehttp://www.naturvidenskab.net/

Jeg støtter March for Science fordi jeg er bekymret og oprørt over den stigning i usikkerhed om hvorvidt man kan stole på fagfolk, som synes at findes generelt i befolkninger og blandt beslutningstagere, verden over.

Phillip Vorting Randsø Nyuddannet biolog fra KU

Et retssamfund må basere sine valg på et gennemsigtigt og regulært grundlag. Dette grundlag hviler på god forskning.

Gunnar Nordestgaard Folkesocialist og arbejder i Sf’s Udvalg for økonomi og omfordeling

Knowledge and insight are the foundation of a civilized society. We must do what we can to base our actions on the best available knowledge!

Bo Møhl Professor, Faculty of Humanities at Aalborg Universityhttp://www.en.hum.aau.dk/

Science is our the symbol of human curiosity, interaction with other humans and the basis for understanding life and death – all disciplines are part of an enormous undertaking aiming at creating the societies we live in.

Christoffer Johansen Professor, Oncology Clinic, Rigshospitalet & Danish Cancer Society Research Centre http://www.cancer.dk/om-os/the-danish-cancer-society/

Political development over the decades clearly shows the lack of transparency in the relationship between money, special interests, politics and science. The contra-factual propensities can be seen in all wavelengths of the political spectrum. Politicians seduce the public by undermining the experts, making use of emotional words like ‘expertism’ and ‘value struggle.’ Science and politics are inseparable. Our political discussions should not deal with what the facts are (we have the scientific consensus), but about how we use the knowledge we have to make the best decisions for our society.

Samir Ben Chaabane

I support the March for Science!

Lisa VilladsenLektor i Retorik, Det Humanistiske Fakultet, Københavns Universitet

Science or chaos.

Bo Villumsen PhD studerende

March for Science focuses on an important agenda for the whole community – including high-school education.

Gymnasieskolernes Lærerforeninghttp://www.gl.org/

I am a scientist.

Bent Selchau

Because our science in recent years has suffered from unreasonable attacks. We have forgotten all the value that science contributes to the Danish society.

Syddanske Studerende http://syddanskestuderende.dk/

It’s about time to stand up and require that politics must be science based.

Esben Agerbo Professor

I support the March for Science!

Desire Gandia Fernandez

I support the March for Science!

Anja Thoe Fuglsang

I support the March for Science!

Jacob Hassing

Because education and research is a vital part of any society and must always be prioritized.

CBS Students http://www.cbsstudents.dk/

It is important to support science when it is attacked on a frivolous basis.

BioNyt Videnskabens Verdenhttp://bionyt.dk/

It seems more important than ever that scientists stand together.

Mette Nyegaard Genomics, Biomedicine, Aarhus University

I support the March for Science!

Mette Reissmann Parlamentarian

Science is the tool of choice when you have to navigate in the increasingly complex World.

Brian Rafn HjelvangLæge

I support the March for Science!

Per Gysting

The alternative to scientific and evidence based knowledge and decision making are lies and corruption and must therefore always be opposed.

Jens Krabbe

I support the March for Science!

Morten Andersen Linnet Forskningspolitik

Science is the antidote to the post-factual society.

Lýsa Westberg Gæsteforsker, Institut for Kommunikation, Aalborg Universitet

Science as the basis for political decisions!

Københavns Universitet Prorector

Science is the foundation for us to continue delivering more and better treatments to the citizens, to the patients. Without the science and the curiosity of getting more skilled and smarter, we can not continue to deliver high quality, high-quality treatment for present and future generations.

Yngre Lægerhttps://www.laeger.dk/yngre-laeger

I support the March for Science!

Rikke Helena Lütge

I support the March for Science!

Mujtaba Hassan

The Alternative supports because nobody knows the future – therefore research and curiosity are absolutely crucial to answer the questions that we did not know we needed answers to.

The Alternativehttp://en.alternativet.dk/

I support the March for Science!

Juan Pablo AlmeidaPhD student

To fight “alternative facts”

Christian Strachacand.mag.

I support the March for Science!

John Campbell Professor of Sociology

I support the March for Science!

Lise-Lotte HolmgreenLektor, Aalborg Universitet

Only through knowledge can we make our future secure and secure our future as human beings.

Polyteknisk Forening http://www.pf.dk/

Free research!

Carina Ren Lektor, AAU

To defend a scientific-based approach to the world.

Ole Dybkjær Hounsgaard

Scientific studies based on transparency and peer-review should continue to be the pillars on which we base our society and decisions.

Julie SheardPhD student, Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate

The Danish Council for Resuscitation works for education and public education based on the best available evidence in the field in collaboration with, among others, the European Council for Resuscitation.

Danish Council for Resuscitationhttp://genoplivning.dk/

In solidarity with universities and colleagues who are subjected to political censorship and oppression of research results.

Birte Siim Professor

Concern especially for  future generations.

Lasse Mønster cand. merc. TAP-ansat i AU Uddannelse fællesadm.

I support the March for Science!

Anne Ohm Miljøøkonom

I support the March for Science!

Hördur Hreinsson

I support the March for Science!

Claus Heegaard Poulsen

I support the March for Science!

Anja Thoe FuglsangAssociate professor, KU

Science sparks perspective.

Jørgen Wadum Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation - CATS ar SMK

I support the March for Science!

Bruno Jerup Forskningsordfører Enhedslisten

I support the March for Science!

Mikkel KlarskovScience teacher

I support the March for Science!

Vitaly KomnatnyyPhD in Chemical Biology

Too few people appreciate that the fantastic advances that we benefit from in our daily lives( ( in medicine, communication, travel, etc..) originate with concrete scientific advances based on facts, not traditional unsubstantiated beliefs. Future progress must rely on open assessment of facts and conclusions based thereon.

Jens Jørgen GaardhøjeProfessor, Univiversity of Copenhagen

Facts are the base for mankind’s existence.

Bo Wennergren Chairman, FoU, Pharma

Science gives us many opportunities, but it is important that science is free not dependent on economic interest, and that it is still possible to deal with basic research.

Ellen Juul Mogensen Cand. Pay. Specialist i neuropsykologi

Because finding out how things work is essential to survival. Also for creating a peaceful, harmonious and safe future for our children and grand children. As Carl Sagan once pointed out: “Imagination will often take us to worlds that never were. Without it, we go nowhere.”

Jordi Steen Forteza Bus Driver & Regional Coordinator for the UN International Asteroid Day in Denmark

It’s important.

Erik

Of course we support March for Science. It’s an absolute no-brainer!

Laila Pawlak CEO, SingularityU Denmark http://www.singularityudenmark.org/

Because facts are not up for debate.

Carsten Lunde Petersen Roskilde Universitet

Science needs to be protected from stupidity

William Weber Engineer

I support the March for Science!

Carsten DaugbjergProfessor, Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen,,

We have entered the age of the uninformed opinion.

Helle Christiansen Senior Scientist Molecular Biology & Robotics at Roche

I support the March for Science!

Helle Ekkert Sabra

Oplysning er den vigtigte vide hvis vi skal bestå her på jord knold vi er på, så uddandelse og grund forskning er ALT!!

Jan Green Larsen IT Konsulent

I support the March for Science!

Thomas Jønsson Associate professor

I support the March for Science!

GudrunPh.D student

Knowledge is the foundation of our society

Ann ChristiansenCand.Phil. I nordisk sprog og litteratur

We need another age of enlightenment

Mogens Fosgerau Professor in economics, DTU

March for Science is a must do.

Ole Asbjørn Birch Professor in economics, DTU

Because knowledge – and love – are the foundations of life and should be the foundations of both the local and the international community,

Steen

It is important and politicians underestimate the importance of basic science

Lotte PedersenAssociate Professor, Cell Biology

We need to develop our world in a positive direction, based on facts not populism and fear.

Bente PedersenTeacher

Our future must be based on facts, not on opinions. Science provides facts. Let’s do more science to make this world a better place.

Christoph QuitmannDirector, MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University

Science is our future.

Jens Degett Chair of Danish Science Journalists

To help counteract relativistic and transfactual views

Torben ThraneProfessor (rtd) Aarhus University

Not because science is a sure platform, but because science is our most important survival kit in the wilderness of reality by people and natural forces.

Bo Holm Jacobsen Lektor i Geoscience, Aarhus Universitet

Science is the best method we have to teach us more about the world and ourselves.

H. Larsén Folkeskoleelev 6. i Roskilde

Pursuing true science is the way to true freedom. Faith will not do.

Xiaoli Guo LarsénSenior Scientist from DTU

How can you not be interested in how nature works?

Ib Christensen Senior Scientist from DTU

I support the March for Science!

Mikkel Gath Bjerge

Our society is based on science. Without science no growth in welfare. Therefore, I support the march.

Robert Feidenhansl Director European XFEL

I support the march.

Bo PoulsenLektor i miljøhistorie, Aalborg

No to state and corporate control of knowledge production

Hervé CorvellecProfessor of management

Good idea.

Søren Christensen biologi, professor

Communication (spin) is abused too often and in the political system there is often a great lack of knowledge and interest in decision making.

Pernille Risager Bendixen Ekstern lektor

I support because I believe in my life being better when there is an explanation of everything around me

Ole Kramer Citizen of the planet

Our modern society builds on science.

Kenneth Karlsson Senior Scientist and head of research group DTU
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