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Project Research Trainees
- Poster Presentation

Impressive Project Posters
Nørre G hosted the festive reception concluding this year's Projekt Research Trainees. Here, the participating student groups presented their impressive posters - the result of their project work. In the IB department at Nørre G, we are especially proud that IB DP students participated in six of the 19 projects:

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF COLORS 
af Esther Ringhof, Laura Berendsen Svarrer og Lucas Lillelund, samt forsker Anker Helms Jørgensen

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MEASUREMENTS WITH LIGHT - LASER DIFFRACTION LIGHT
af Alessandro Fornaroli og Erik Lindstrøm Jensen, samt forsker Christian Rosenborg Petersen 

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SEQUENCE ALIGNMENT AND PHYLOGENETIC TREES 
af Naika Maraia Ingwersen, Peter Kildeager og Sofie Jæger, samt forsker Jan Christian Refsgaard 

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KUNST I ØJENHØJDE - FRA KEDELIG POESI TIL MAGISK SLAM
af Anton Grønfeld Wille og Helena-Céline Arøe Stevelt, samt forsker Tine Andersen 

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SOMALILAND - WHERE THE MODERN MEETS THE TRADITIONAL
af Emil Bjørn, Mikkel Rahbek og Nina Wagner, samt forsker Toke Wolff 

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HVORDAN TILPASSER FORSKELLIGE GYMNASIER DERES UNDERVISNINGSFORM TIL DEN ELEVGRUPPE DE HAR? 
af Alma Munk Kronik og Sandra Valinee Muennoi, samt forsker Ulla Højmark Jensen

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About Project Research Trainees
Inspired by a similar project at our new partner school in Australia, Headmaster Jens Boe Nielsen, of Nørre Gymnasium implemented the project along with Troels Vang Andersen from Christianshavns Gymnasium at the beginning of the academic year. Since the fall break, 45 talented and curious students from Nørre G and Christianshavns Gymnasium have participated in the project along with 20 dedicated researchers. 

Guided by the researchers, the students have had the opportunity to get acquainted with a small part of the world of research. They have been able to immerse themselves in interesting subjects in the areas of the humanities, social sciences or natural sciences and have invested time, energy and a great deal of hard work in producing the 19 impressive posters. See more photos of the presentations and a description of all the projects here (mostly in Danish).