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Ghost net. Photo: DTU Aqua.
23 AUG

Mapping ghost nets in Danish waters

How much derelict fishing gear is there in the sea around Denmark, and how can it be removed? DTU Aqua will now investigate this.

Marine research Mapping and surveying Environment and pollution
Cell energy depends on ATP,  yeast E.coli
23 AUG

Breath! Respiring microbes generate more energy

Researchers have now shed light on how bacteria and baker’s yeast generate and use their energy to grow. Knowing about cells’ energy use is essential for industrial...

Photo: Octarine
19 AUG

Biotech start-up targets billion-dollar market by producing superior cannabinoids...

The young biotech start-up Octarine Bio seeks to commercialize the production of brand-new tailored cannabinoids in yeast. Around one thousand new molecules have already...

Photo: DTU
19 AUG

High jumper Rikke wants to compete at Olympics after graduation

Rikke Andersen is living proof that with the right amount of willpower, a person can both compete at the highest level and complete their studies within the prescribed...

Photo: Anders Østerby Mønsted
19 AUG

Start-up to challenge big guns with artificial cannabis substances

With its tailored cannabis substances, the biotech start-up Octarine Bio is eyeing the growing market for pain relieving drugs.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Medicine and medico technology
A stock photo of a person working in front of a computer.
16 AUG

The first participants of the Online Wind Energy Master graduates

Now it is graduation time for the first eight participants of the Online Wind Energy Master offered by DTU Wind Energy. Their final exam is in week 35 and will be held...

Wind energy Energy
A image of a wind turbine blade and a cut from the wind turbine blade
14 AUG

New approach to evaluate the structural performance of rotor blades

A team of researchers from DTU Wind Energy has developed and demonstrated an integrated and efficient approach to evaluate the structural performance of the critical region...

Wind energy Energy
Photo: Mikal Schlosser
13 AUG

New technology must be designed for all

DTU will develop teaching, research, and entrepreneurship methods that live up to the Sustainable Development Goals principle of ‘Leaving no one behind’.

The Danes at this years’ Chemistry Olympics: Rasmus, Mikaella, Kasper og Thomas. Photo: Frederik Søndergaard-Pedersen
12 AUG

Young Danes shine at Chemistry Olympics

Uniquely, all four Danish participants were able to bring home medals from the 2019 Chemistry Olympics.

Chemistry
Leading edge erosion on a wind turbine blade
12 AUG

International Symposium on Leading Edge Erosion of Wind Turbine Blades

DTU Wind Energy offers a symposium on leading edge erosion on February 4th-6th 2020 at DTU Risø Campus.

Wind energy Energy
Photo: Annette Refn
12 AUG

Hans Christian Ørsted Research Award 2019 goes to DTU space scientist

Lightning scientist Torsten Neubert receives the Hans Christian Ørsted Research Award for his contribution to an understanding of how giant lightning bolts are created...

Space research
Illustration: Benny Box
12 AUG

The Internet of Things requires a more stable network

Among other things, the emergence of a specific network for communication between appliances opens up for more patients to be treated at home. This benefits both quality...

Information technology IT systems Telecommunication
08 AUG

EU grant for development of medical sensor

Professor Anja Boisen from DTU Health Tech receives Proof of Concept grant of DKK 1.1 million from the European Research Council.

Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Optics Sensors Micro and nanotechnology
05 AUG

Dean of research to advise EU on climate-neutral cities

Dean of research at DTU, Katrine Krogh Andersen, has been appointed member of the EU’s new ‘Mission Board for climate-neutral and smart cities.’

Photo: Joachim Rode
05 AUG

DTU’s own tokamak for fusion energy research

As the only university in Northern Europe, DTU can now perform fusion energy experiments using its own tokamak.

Physics Energy
Photo: Thomas Tølbøl Sørensen
05 AUG

Start-up moves complex analyses out of laboratories

The company Copenhagen Nanosystems has incorporated nanotechnology into ordinary laboratory equipment and made it simpler to run advanced analyses of liquids.

Micro and nanotechnology
Dimittender
31 JUL

Follow your heart / Develop sustainable solutions to global problems

Good advice from two experienced alumni to new engineers and photos from Graduation Ceremonies this summer where 350 new Bachelors of Engineering and Masters of Science...

Foto: Mikal Schlosser
30 JUL

DTU welcomes a growing number of female students

DTU’s 38 study programmes have once again seen an increase in the number of admissions. 2,426 new students have been offered a place on one of DTU’s study programmes...

30 JUL

DTU awards DKK 2 million in PoC grants

Six exciting DTU projects with significant commercial potential have been awarded DTU’s Proof of Concept grant of up to DKK 500.000 in this year’s second application...