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22 MAY

European cooperation offers new research perspectives

Professor Henning Boje Andersen received funding from Horizon 2010 to develop technology for research into healthy ageing. He is now helping to solve one of Europe’s...

19 MAY

“Beer is polytechnology”

DTU Brewery’s founder—Preben Bøje Hansen—is 61 and still busy developing the noble art of beer brewing.

Food, fish and agriculture Biotechnology and biochemistry
Photo: Marianne Vang Ryde
18 MAY

Beer is really just a by-product

At DTU Brewery, the students draw on several study programmes to learn about food equipment, hygiene, and processes. We went along to watch Rasmus carry out his first brewing...

Food, fish and agriculture Biotechnology and biochemistry
Photo: Mikal Schlosser
17 MAY

Royal inspection of eco racer

On Tuesday, 16 May, HRH Prince Joachim visited DTU to inspect this year’s eco car which will shortly be competing to win the Shell Eco-marathon 2017 in London.

17 MAY

Microscopic solar cells could give vision to blind

Postdoc Rasmus Schmidt Davidsen conducts research into optimizing solar cells. Now, with the help of micro-sized photovoltaic cells, he will restore sight to the blind...

Medicine and medico technology Micro and nanotechnology Solar energy
16 MAY

DTU strengthens international advice on sustainable energy

DTU establishes an advisory service called REPLI, which stands for ‘DTU Renewable Energy Policy, Planning, and Integration Advice Group’. REPLI will serve as a single point...

16 MAY

Hear the sound in your new building

In future, scientific acoustics calculations will be included in the first rough sketches from the architects at Henning Larsen Architects . Young DTU researcher delivers...

Sound Electrotechnology Building design
No fewer than 70,000 bricks—carefully divided into shapes, colours, and purpose—are needed in order for the students to carry on production throughout the game. Photo: Mikal Schlosser
16 MAY

Students run factory with 70,000 LEGO bricks

LEGO cars helps students understand the complexity of modular production and product development, helping them to prepare for the real world that awaits after graduation...

Construction and mechanics
11 MAY

New technology summit focusing on digitization

In September, DTU will host Denmark’s first university-driven technology summit focusing on the digitization of Danish industry. Under the theme of digitization, the summit...

Photo: DTU

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