January 30, 2005
Daniel Goldenberg exhibition
Daniel Goldenberg is the son of a friend of mine. He has an exhibition opening at Galleri Knud Grothe, Jægersborg Allé 11, 2920 Charlottenlund (close to Jægersborg station). There's an invitation only preview on Saturday 5/2 from 11am to 3pm and then the exhibition proper is open to the public Mondays to Thursdays from 1pm to 5:30pm, on Fridays from 1pm to 7pm, Saturdays 10am to 2pm and on Sundays from 1pm to 4pm, and it runs up to and including Sunday 20/2.
Posted by daen at 10:31 PM
BIOSYS : Copenhagen's biotechnology and system biology high tech network
This network, announced back in November, launches tomorrow with 4MM DKK and the following role call of network partners:
Aros Applied Biotechnology Aps
Astra Zeneca AB
Bavarian Nordic A/S
Carlsberg Biosector A/S
Chr. Hansen A/S
Novo Nordisk A/S
Sejet Planteforædling I/S
Posted by daen at 10:17 PM
January 28, 2005
Old window, red tiles, blue sky
Posted by daen at 12:12 AM
January 27, 2005
Queen Margrethe goes to the opera
Posted by daen at 11:55 PM
New Royal Opera House, Copenhagen
Posted by daen at 11:46 PM
Auschwitz liberation day : 60 years on
Posted by daen at 11:38 PM
Alberto Gonzales? No thanks.
Unprecedented times call for unprecedented actions. In this case, we, the undersigned bloggers, have decided to speak as one and collectively author a document of opposition. We oppose the nomination of Alberto Gonzales to the position of Attorney General of the United States, and we urge every United States Senator to vote against him.
As the prime legal architect for the policy of torture adopted by the Bush Administration, Gonzales's advice led directly to the abandonment of longstanding federal laws, the Geneva Conventions, and the United States Constitution itself. Our country, in following Gonzales's legal opinions, has forsaken its commitment to human rights and the rule of law and shamed itself before the world with our conduct at Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib. The United States, a nation founded on respect for law and human rights, should not have as its Attorney General the architect of the law's undoing.
With this nomination, we have arrived at a crossroads as a nation. Now is the time for all citizens of conscience to stand up and take responsibility for what the world saw, and, truly, much that we have not seen, at Abu Ghraib and elsewhere. We oppose the confirmation of Alberto Gonzales as Attorney General of the United States, and we urge the Senate to reject him. [More]
Scarily self-referential, since I expect the link to Newsfare to reflect this link which reflects the link to Newsfare which ... you get the point.
Posted by daen at 11:30 PM
January 20, 2005
Derek Lowe : In the Pipeline
Derek Lowe's In the Pipeline blog discusses aspects of life in the world of drug discovery. Readable, funny and very relevant for me.
Posted by daen at 11:23 PM
Objets Perdus et Trouvés
Posted by daen at 11:21 PM