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09 MAR

New method to discover how cracks and failure evolve in composite material used...

DTU Wind Energy and LM Wind Power have joined forces in the project CINEMA, where the focus is on discovering how fatigue damages evolve in glass composite material used...

Wind energy
09 MAR

SPOC fabricates first ever large-scale integrated quantum photonic circuit

An international team of quantum and optical communication scientists involving groups from University of Bristol, Technical University of Denmark, and groups from China...

Physics
09 MAR

PhD defense about spatial ecology of lake fish

When animals move from one habitat to another, it may affect the stability of the entire ecosystem. PhD Student Joan Holst Hansen has investigated the migratory behavior...

Fisheries and fish stocks Ecosystems
09 MAR

The healing – and award winning – effects of advanced wound care

Industrial PhD student Valeria Chiaula is researching advanced wound care – and her work within this has brought her a prestigious award in England.

Medicine and medico technology
09 MAR

SPOC fabricates first ever large-scale integrated quantum photonic circuit

Technologies relying on quantum mechanics are steadily becoming a bigger and bigger part of our daily lives—this includes lasers, transistors, semiconductor devices...

06 MAR

EnergyLab Nordhavn awarded with the Danish Energi og miljøprisen 2018

One of DTU’s beacons, the EnergyLab Nordhavn project headed by Center for Electric Power and Energy, DTU Elektro is accoladed for its innovative approach to developing...

Energy
06 MAR

Research from DTU predicts the wind within 0-15 minutes

An improved prediction of the wind means a more efficient utilization of it for many players in wind energy. If a skilled prediction of the wind is possible, costly system...

Wind energy
06 MAR

Big shark’ collaboration with University of Queensland, Australia

Danish-Australian shark study is the first in a series of PhD programmes to stimulate research collaboration between DTU and the University of Queensland, Australia.

06 MAR

CeMiSt opening

DTU is opening a new center focusing on production of antibiotic substances by bacteria and fungi.

Bacteria and microorganisms Biological systems Cells Enzymes and proteins Fermentation Genes and genomes Synthetic biology
05 MAR

Magnetic biosensor array simplifies the detection of genetic and epigenetic abnormalities...

In standard settings, the analysis of each DNA modification requires a carefully optimised assay that runs under specific conditions. This increases cost and labour and...

Micro and nanotechnology Sensors