Talk:H.C. Ørsted and August Krogh Institutes

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For a March 2005 deletion debate over this page see Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/H.C. Ørsted and August Krogh Institutes

The debate seems to have resulted in consensus to merge into University of Copenhagen, but nobody actually merged it. I have merged the text into the redundant but better-named Hans Christian Ørsted Institute, because that was easier than figuring out where on University of Copenhagen the very detailed walkthrough of what is in which building could possibly fit. Henning Makholm 17:58, 27 December 2005 (UTC)

The University of Copenhagen is a dispersed institution, with departments spread all over the city, because it has (probably like most European universities) grown organically, rather than in the planned fashion of most USAn universities and colleges. Because of this, each section should have an article, if it exists as a geographically independent entity. --Peter Knutsen 11:45, 19 October 2005 (UTC)