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Zackenberg Research Station at Daneborg

The new research house in Daneborg (ZERO - Daneborg) is now ready for use. The house is located approximately 20 metres north of the boathouse and has a fantastic view of Young Sund.

The research house has been established with means generously funded by Aage V. Jensen Charity Foundation.

The research house can accommodate ten scientists (in five double rooms) and has modern laboratory and storage facilities. The house contains a fully equipped kitchen, a living room with TV and stereo, toilet and shower, and laundry facilities.

The research house can only be rented fully equipped, i.e. with provision, supplies, linen etc. 

For information concerning the rules for use of the research house and for booking and/or renting the research house for a specific period please contact the logistics section at National Environmental Research Institute, Aarhus University. Henrik Spanggård Munch (hsp@dmu.dk) or Jørgen Skafte (jska@dmu.dk).

Rent per person per day in 2011 is 750 DKK.

Photo: Jørgen Skafte.

Photo: Jørgen Skafte. 

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