DTU Bioengineering
DTU Nanotech
Winnie Edith Svendsen

Winnie Edith Svendsen

Associate Professor

Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology

Technical University of Denmark

Ørsteds Plads

Building 344, room 224

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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10 NOV

Fatima Al-Zahraa Al Atraktchi receives award from The Lundbeck Foundation

PhD Student Fatima Al-Zahraa Al Atraktchi has received a Lundbeck Foundation Talent Prize. 

Physics Micro and nanotechnology
31 MAY

Openness is gold

It was a perfect match when Associate Professor Winnie E. Svendsen met Dan Høgdall, a doctor. Together they developed a chip for diagnosing early-stage cancers. In January, their business won the Venture Cup Idea Competition.

Medicine and medico technology Medical equipment and systems Nanomedicine Health and diseases Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development
18 APR

The brain-filled nano-forest

For many years neuroscientists have used brain slices and neuron cell cultures for short-term studies of brain functions and neurodegenerative diseases. To enable long-term and real-time bio-applications, researchers at DTU Nanotech have developed a microfluidic brain culturing system. With a shape like a nano-forest the system can revolutionize...

03 FEB

New method for earlier diagnosis of cancer is named best idea of the year

DTU-entrepreneurs are involved in five out of six category winners in this year's Venture Cup Idea Competition. The overall winner is the start-up company POC Solutions.

Medicine and medico technology