Danish Physical Society

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The Danish Physical Society is the national association for physics for Denmark.[1] As such, it is also one of the 41 members of the European Physical Society, and contributes to joint European projects such as the ALICE Collaboration.[2] The Society produces a journal titled Kvant,[3] and also seeks to promote the inclusion of more women in physics through its Network for Women in Physics. [4] This arm of the association also awards the Women in Physics Prize from the Danish Physical Society on an annual basis.[5]

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