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2018
25 SEP

Top researcher: digitize your health data

One of the most cited researchers in Denmark, Professor Jun Wang, participates in DTU High Tech Summit and urges all Danes to digitize their health data.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Medicine and medico technology
ferroelectric characterization DTU Energy
24 SEP

New measuring equipment enhances research into electromechanical conversion

DTU Energy has started research in electrostrictive, piezoelectric, dielectric and ferroelectric materials. New equipment makes the research easier and increases the...

Energy Energy storage
21 SEP

DTU summit inspires digital innovation and sustainability

DTU invites you to High Tech Summit—Denmark’s university-driven technology summit, opened by Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen.

20 SEP

First Niels Bohr Medal for Dane since 1955

On Sunday, 7 October HM Queen Margrethe will present the Niels Bohr International Gold Medal to the Danish physicist Jens Kehlet Nørskov.

20 SEP

Long wind turbine blades require new composite materials

In the future wind turbine blades are going to be up to 107 meters long. Wind turbine blades of this size require new composite materials. DTU Wind Energy is up for the...

Wind energy Energy
18 SEP

Extreme starburst mapped

It is a bit of a mystery what happens when a star 100 times more massive than the Sun explodes in a sea of lights in the far universe.

Space research Astrophysics
18 SEP

Researcher in electrical measuring techniques receives AEG Elektronprisen 2018

This year, the award AEG Elektronfonden’s Elektronpris is given to Senior Researcher Dirch Hjorth Petersen from DTU Nanotech, who is considered as a leading researcher...

Physics Micro and nanotechnology
18 SEP

EROSION results presented in Bergen

Results from the EROSION project were presented at Science meets Industry in Bergen last week.

Wind energy Energy
13 SEP

DTU Wind Energy in close collaboration with National Taiwan University

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), National Taiwan University (NTU) and DTU Wind Energy have joined forces in working on a local offshore wind education in Taiwan...

Wind energy Energy
11 SEP

EUR 4.7 million to radical research ideas

Villum Fonden supports 53 new research ideas in their Villum Experiment programme . 18 grants were awarded to DTU researchers.

07 SEP

Can we have some peace and quiet please?

DTU Elektro will reduce the bass frequencies in neighbourhood zones without ruining the music experience at outdoor concerts.

Electrotechnology Sound
06 SEP

DTU researcher behind new design of antennas for hearing aids

A unique model of how radio waves travel around the head as well as ideas for a new design of the antenna in hearing aids is the result of a collaboration between GN Hearing...

Electrotechnology Antennas Hearing aids Medicine and medico technology
06 SEP

Industrial processes to be electrified

Ambitious research project wants to find electric solutions to replace heat treatment in for instance the food industry and in laundries. The next step is a national strategy...

Construction and mechanics Electricity supply Energy
06 SEP

NASA and DTU make big discovery on Jupiter

According to new research from the Juno mission published in Nature with participation from DTU Space , the dynamo forming the magnetic field around Jupiter is much...

Space research
05 SEP

Support for DTU summit from government digital hub

Digital Hub Denmark sees the DTU High Tech Summit as an important national meeting place, which can contribute to promoting the digital transformation of society.

04 SEP

DTU student team develops antibiotics sensor for the SensUs competition in Eindhoven

DeTectUs, a team of ten DTU students will enter the SensUs competition 2018 in Eindhoven in September with their newly developed biosensing system for detection...

Biotechnology and biochemistry Micro and nanotechnology Sensors
04 SEP

New jellyfish species in the Kiel Kanal—Further spread into the Baltic Sea is...

The brackish-water loving jellyfish  Blackfordia virginica has been a new player in the Kiel Canal since summer 2016, shows an evaluation of regular biological monitoring...

Marine research
03 SEP

Production runs for the mesoscale wind atlas have been launched

A milestone within the NEWA project has been reached: The mesoscale production runs which will form the backbone of the New European Wind Atlas have been launched on the...

Wind energy Energy
03 SEP

Hearing aids fit for the future

New DTU research is paving the way for matching hearing aids more closely to user needs. The aim is for more people to be happy with their hearing aids—and actually use...

Electrotechnology Sound Medicine and medico technology Hearing aids
30 AUG

Outdoor path lighting will benefit the climate

Colourful lighting along the paths around the Svalin co-housing complex shows residents when the electricity in their sockets is climate-friendly to use.

Electrotechnology Energy
28 AUG

Prize completes historical mapping of the universe

Researchers receive prestigious prize for their significant scientific contribution to the European Planck mission.

Space research Astrophysics
28 AUG

A great interest for large wind turbines in Østerild

The National Test Centre for Large Wind Turbines in Østerild and the Test Centre in Høvsøre are to be expanded. It is expected that the future wind turbines in Østerild...

Wind energy Energy
27 AUG

Young researcher wants to change theory of turbulence

ERC Starting Grants are awarded to talented early-career scientists from all over the world. Standards are high, and competition is fierce. 

Physics
24 AUG

Two small radars installed at DTU Risø Campus

The WS100 is a small Doppler radar measuring the size and velocity of hydrometeors. 

Wind energy Energy
24 AUG

Postdoc Yasser Nour from the Electronics Group at DTU Electrical Engineering receives...

The H. C. Ørsted Society ’s researcher prices are praising the Danish physicist, chemist, and pharmacist Hans Christian Ørsted (1777-1851) – as well as his influence on...

Electrotechnology
23 AUG

Unborn children better protected against endocrine disruptors

Researchers from the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, have helped improve on international testing of chemicals to enable better detection of...

Health and diseases Food safety Food, fish and agriculture
20 AUG

Increase in large-bodied fish stocks in the North Sea

Signs of recovery are appearing among previously overfished large-bodied fish stocks. This is good news, but may also present new challenges.

Fisheries and fish stocks
17 AUG

Strong Danish contributions to ESS in Lund

One of Europe's largest research facilities, the European Spallation Source (ESS), is currently taking shape in a field outside Lund in Sweden. Denmark is heavily involved...

Physics
16 AUG

New test stands at Østerild and Høvsøre are put out to tender

The test facilities in Østerild and Høvsøre are each to be expanded with an additional two test stands. The in total four new test stands are now put out to tender.

Wind energy Energy
03 AUG

Eldor Technology participated in Offshore Northern Seas conference and exhibition

Our partners from Eldor Technology participated in the Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) conference that took place on 27-30 August in Stavanger, Norway.

Electrotechnology Energy
02 AUG

Automatic design system saves millions

Three years ago, it used to take Haldor Topsøe one week to design a customized solution for a customer. It can now be done in ten minutes.

Production and management
31 JUL

DTU Wind Energy are favourably disposed towards the energy agreement

Deputy Head of Department of Wind Energy, Peter Hjuler Jensen, notes that the Danish Parliament is reunified at the energy area as all parties have signed the energy...

Wind energy
16 JUL

Q&A - Do gut bacteria cause obesity?

Research into gut bacteria has exploded over the past ten years. Scientists are investigating the role these bacteria play for our health, including how they affect our...

Bacteria and microorganisms Health and diseases
11 JUL

Kappa FuturFestival - First MONICA demonstration in Torino

When the Kappa FuturFestival opened its doors to two days of Electronic music on 7th and 8th July 2018, a brand-new stage area was one of the attractions for the concert...

10 JUL

A good start for the new study programme Design of Sustainable Energy Systems

A total of 162 people (52 first priority) have applied for the new bachelor education Design of Sustainable Energy Systems which is a very good start for a new study programme...

Electrotechnology Energy
05 JUL

New X-ray microscope provides new knowledge about well-known material

A Danish-developed X-ray microscope reveals novel dynamics in the material barium titanate, which is used in, e.g., phones, cars, and computers.

Physics
04 JUL

Special topic portal on risk-benefit assessments of food

A new special topic portal showcases the National Food Institute’s research within the area of risk-benefit assessments of food’s beneficial and harmful health effects...

Food, fish and agriculture Food safety Health-promoting compounds Health and diseases
02 JUL

Mixture of pesticides causes lower birth weight in rats

Pregnant rats that are given a mixture of pesticides at doses that individually are not harmful, risk having offspring with lower birth weight, studies from DTU show...

Food safety Health and diseases
02 JUL

DTU Elektro PhD wins Best Paper Award

The World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET) has awarded Ha Thi Nguyen from DTU Electrical Engineering's Center for Electric Power and Energy the Best...

Electrotechnology Energy efficiency Energy systems Energy
28 JUN

Two new professors in the biology and management of migratory fish

Kim Aarestrup and Anders Koed have been appointed professors at DTU within the area of diadromous fish, i.e. fish such as eel and salmon that migrate between fresh and...

Fish and shellfish Ecosystems
27 JUN

UCPH and DTU pave the way for more collaboration on food research

DTU and UCPH have mapped their strengths in research into healthy and sustainable foods, which they, together with companies, can use to solve the complex challenges facing...

Food, fish and agriculture
26 JUN

The biotech industry should change production methods

DTU researchers encourage the biotech industry to switch production away from pure cell cultures to genetically engineered microbial societies.

Biotechnology and biochemistry
25 JUN

Microscopic laser attracting attention

A tiny new laser is revealing surprising unforeseen properties.

Lasers Micro and nanotechnology Data analysis
22 JUN

DTU launches new study line in solar energy

DTU offers a new study line in solar energy as a new initiative. The new line has been established as the demand for qualified candidates in solar energy increases.

Energy systems Solar energy
22 JUN

Assoc. Prof. Sanshui Xiao announced OSA Senior Member

Associate Professor Sanshui Xiao from DTU Fotonik has been announced an OSA Senior Member in the class of 2018

22 JUN

People constantly return to 25 places throughout their life

New scientific study shows that people constantly return to 25 places. The result will help researchers to understand human mobility.

21 JUN

The bedrock below West Antarctica is rising surprisingly fast

An international study published in Science and lead by DTU Space finds that the bedrock below the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is rising surprisingly fast which reveals...

Climate change Polar research Earth observation
21 JUN

New type of stadium lights reduces light pollution and complaints from neighbours

Several municipalities are struggling with neighbours complaining about the lights from sports fields. Now, a DTU researcher has invented a lens that solves the problem...

Energy efficiency Light sources Optics
21 JUN

Recipe for deep ocean oil pipelines

The laboratories of National Oilwell Varco subject steel and advanced plastics to mistreatment to ensure that the finished pipes are up to the task of transporting oil...

Energy production Energy efficiency Fossil fuels Polymers
20 JUN

DTU sets up new health technology department

Society demands technological solutions to many of the major health challenges we are facing now and in the future. DTU has the research and technological expertise to...

20 JUN

Secrets of the Iodine Molecule

Using powerful laser experiments, a Danish team has revealed a surprising behavior of gas phase Iodine (I 2 ) molecules. The findings are reported in prestigious Physical...

19 JUN

Doctoral dissertation: the secret behind fractures and cracks

Sometimes fractures and cracks develop in an unpredictable way. In a new doctoral dissertation, Brian Nyvang Legarth has studied why this is the case.

Metals and alloys
19 JUN

Best Trainee Presentation at ISMRM 2018

PhD student Rie Beck Hansen has won 1st prize for best trainee presentation in the hyperpolarization category at ISMRM 2018 conference.

Medicine and medico technology Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Image analysis Computer calculations Data analysis Electromagnetism
18 JUN

DR2 Dagen - Interview

DR2 Dagen Interviews Finn Agerkvist regarding the Monica Project and the recent tests   on Refshaleøen.

Electrotechnology Sound Electronics
18 JUN

Calculator works out the price of sustainable transition

A group of DTU students have developed a sustainability calculator, which they are now working to make freely available on the web.

18 JUN

European Medicinal Chemistry Nomination

DTU Chemistry PhD Jorge Peiró Cadahía is Denmark’s nominee for European Champion in Medicinal Chemistry.

15 JUN

Make Bornholm the national test centre for new energy technology

Tomorrow’s energy must come from sustainable energy sources interacting in an intelligent system. With the island of Bornholm as a national test zone, Denmark can be at...

Energy Electrotechnology Electricity supply Energy systems
DTU Energy PhD Symposium 2017
15 JUN

Join DTU Energy’s annual PhD symposium on 16 November 2018

DTU Energy invites you to participate in the department’s annual PhD symposium. The venue of the symposium is DTU’s meeting centre, building 101A, Anker Engelunds Vej...

Energy Bioenergy Fuel cells Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy storage Energy production Energy systems Solar energy Electrochemistry
15 JUN

ACT/CAMM Presentation Day 2018

The Acoustic Technology group and the Centre for Acoustic-Mechanical Micro Systems held their annual presentation day on 14 th June 2018.

Electrotechnology
15 JUN

Tomorrow's digital energy adventure starts on Bornholm

In order to meet a sustainable future, energy must come from sustainable sources, and all energy solutions must be integrated in new and innovative ways. For Denmark not...

Energy Electricity supply Energy efficiency Energy systems
15 JUN

Pheromones in fight against pests

A new non-toxic technology can prevent harmful insects from multiplying, thus reducing the use of pesticides in agriculture.

Food, fish and agriculture Biotechnology and biochemistry
14 JUN

Co-creation to solve climate and energy challenges

Co-creation-methods and tools will be mapped systematically for the first time in a new EU project.

14 JUN

New online course on metagenomics applied to infectious disease monitoring

Students from around the world can learn about metagenomics applied to antimicrobial resistance monitoring for free in a new online course from DTU.

Bacteria and microorganisms Genes and genomes Food, fish and agriculture Food safety
14 JUN

Smart golf balls for bioindustry

A free-flowing sensor monitors the processes in large production tanks. The sensor has been developed by Freesense , a small start-up company

Innovation and product development Chemical engineering Biological systems Sensors
13 JUN

Baltic Sea a model for the consequences of climate change

The Baltic Sea is one of the world’s most affected and most intensely studied marine areas and can therefore be used as an example of what’s in store elsewhere in the world...

Climate change Marine research
13 JUN

Antarctica has suffered massive loss of ice since 1992

New research show that accelerating ice loss from Antarctica have increased sea levels by 7.6 mm since 1992. DTU Space has contributed to the study mapping 25 years of...

Ice research Climate change Earth observation
13 JUN

Soon everyone can trade energy with blockchain

Using blockchain technology, solar cell owners will in future be able to produce and sell energy on an equal footing with the major utility companies.

Electricity supply Energy systems
13 JUN

Large Grants for Independent Research Projects

Smart polymers, protein stability, fuel cells and solar energy headline new projects at DTU Chemistry made possible by Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF).

11 JUN

DTU Chemistry in renowned journal Communications Chemistry

Professor Anders Riisager and Senior Researcher Sebastian Meier are co-authors on an article in Communications Chemistry.

Chemistry
11 JUN

Researchers invent microscopic toxin detector

In collaboration with colleagues from Israel, DTU researchers have invented a micro bacteria based sensor that lights up when exposed to certain types of toxins.

Physics Micro and nanotechnology
08 JUN

Østerild and Høvsøre to be expanded

The expansion of the two test centres in Jutland has been approved by the Danish Parliament (Folketinget).

Wind energy Energy
08 JUN

Separating the pulp from the juice - A new concept for 3D printing

A research team at DTU Energy researches methods to use light and sound to identify, capture and sort different types of components in a liquid solution, and use the materials...

Energy Chemistry Organic chemistry
06 JUN

A picture says more than a thousand words

Imaging is all about creating images. Already widely used in, e.g., medical diagnostics and drug development, imaging is destined to become a core technology in Industry...

Mathematical analysis Image analysis
06 JUN

Researchers create images with mathematics

Researchers in the field of image analysis have managed to create images of glass objects with photographic precision—without actually photographing them .

Image analysis Innovation and product development Computer calculations
06 JUN

Magnetic contrast agent behind clear MRI images

The Danish National Research Foundation Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance, HYPERMAG, at DTU  conducts research into technologies that can reveal...

Micro and nanotechnology Magnets Health and diseases Medical equipment and systems
06 JUN

‘Seeing is believing’

Electron microscope images provide understanding and evidence of a world we cannot see with the naked eye.

Micro and nanotechnology Bacteria and microorganisms
06 JUN

X-ray peek at curly stone fibres

Imaging technology is helping Rockwool ensure that its products meet the exact same specifications at all their factories.

Image analysis
06 JUN

Advanced visualizations for companies

DTU’s 3D Imaging Centre assists companies in looking into materials in 3D and in real-time.

Image analysis
06 JUN

Temperature fluctuations in homes can be utilized in green transition

Flexible temperatures between 20-24 degrees Celsius in dwellings can reduce heat consumption and boost utilization of renewable energy.

Energy Energy production Energy systems Energy efficiency Energy storage
04 JUN

Double graphene sandwich provides protection against corrosion

”Normally it’s not a huge success that not a damn thing has happened after 120 days.” 

Physics Micro and nanotechnology
04 JUN

The Global Wind Atlas is widely used across the world

The Global Wind Atlas has been accessed in over 200 countries from all over the world. Further developments of the atlas are planned for 2018 and 2019.

Wind energy Energy
01 JUN

Nature's defence mechanisms can reduce the use of antibiotics

Researchers at DTU have identified natural peptides that fight bacteria, thereby reducing the need for antibiotics.

Bacteria and microorganisms Food, fish and agriculture Food safety Health and diseases Production animals
01 JUN

Currents propel the spreading of invasive species

Based on the first comprehensive data collection on the occurrence of the invasive jellyfish, Mnemiopsis leidyi , in Europe, scientists now show that ocean currents play...

Marine research
30 MAY

Noise from open-air concerts can be reduced

DTU researchers have just proved that lab tests to dampen sound from a music venue to prevent nuisance for the neighbours also work in the open air.

Electrotechnology Sound
30 MAY

Fish to be counted using rocket science

Sustainable fishing requires that the right fish are caught in the right quantities. A new research project will provide better calculation methods.

Fisheries and fish stocks Mathematical modelling
30 MAY

Eight EU projects will generate knowledge about One Health

The EU Commission has recognized the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark’s One Health expertise through the allocation of funds for eight new research...

Food, fish and agriculture Food safety Bacteria and microorganisms
29 MAY

ASIM observatory captures first giant lightning

DTU scientists have analysed the first amazing images of a violent thunderstorm over the Earth captured by the ASIM observatory  at the International Space Station .

Space research Space technology and instruments Earth observation
28 MAY

Microcapsules transport healthy bacteria to the intestines

DTU Nanotech is currently developing containers smaller than a grain of sugar to be able to lead benign bacteria safely through the gastric acid for release in the mucous...

Physics Micro and nanotechnology
24 MAY

Antimicrobial resistance can be transferred between bacteria

Researchers have shown that bacteria can exchange genes across strains. Hopefully, that knowledge can be used to reduce the spread of antimicrobial resistance.

Bacteria and microorganisms Environment and pollution
24 MAY

A presentation of the Horizon 2020 research project ECo

A presentation of the Horizon 2020 research project ECo

Energy
22 MAY

Metasurfaces will control the colour of your car

Imagine if you could change the poster in your living room to match the latest indoor décor fashion or the colour of your car to match your mood simply by tapping on your...

Physics Micro and nanotechnology
22 MAY

Family business ready for Industry 4.0

Thürmer Tools has been manufacturing special thread cutting tools for more than 100 years. The company is now a front runner in Industry 4.0 and has plans to create the...

Engineering Innovation and product development Software and programming
18 MAY

DTU on high-precision climate mission in space

DTU is playing a major role in the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO) climate mission which NASA is scheduled to send into space from California...

Climate change Earth observation Space technology and instruments
17 MAY

Danish welfare-tech wins award in Singapore

Modular welfare technology Moto Tiles, developed at DTU for eldercare, wins Product Innovation of the Year at the Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards.

Electrotechnology Robot technology and automation Medicine and medico technology
17 MAY

Mathematics for healthier fish products

Mathematical models from DTU are being used to develop new fish products with less salt and more flavour.

Food, fish and agriculture Food safety Food production Mathematical modelling
17 MAY

Major EU grants to pioneering research

Grants Researchers receive funding from the European Commission for pioneering research.

Metals and alloys Biotechnology and biochemistry Materials Medicine and medico technology
17 MAY

InstaPatch receives 5.6M DKK in funding from Independent Research Fund Denmark

The CACHET PhD project InstaPatch  has received funding from Independent Research Fund Denmark . This funding will be used to further expand the project with an additional...

Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Micro and nanotechnology