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QFA2020
01 JUL

Do you like quantum mechanics?

Would you like to go to Berlin November 1-7 2020? Then sign up for our challenge. We will send two students from Denmark to "Quantum Future Academy 2020" with all expenses...

Physics Electrotechnology Energy Information technology Chemistry Mathematics Materials Space research
60 stars of the so-called Delta Scuti type - like this one called beta Pictoriser - have been analyzed in depth by  an international research team involving DTU Space. (Illustration: ESO)
13 MAY

Scientists measure complex vibration patterns in young stars

Researchers from DTU have contributed to an international study that have been able to detect and map elusive pulsation patterns for 60 young, large stars that up until...

Space research Astrophysics
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16 MAR

Opening event highlights

Do you also miss the good vibes from our Opening or just the feeling of being with people? We have gathered some of the greatest moments from our launch event on the 4th...

Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development Space research
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13 MAR

Application campaign launch

Bring us your moonshot startups! First application round for ESA BIC Denmark is open now. Apply at: www.esabic.dk #esabicdenmark #esabicdk

Space research Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development
Keld og Hilda Heick tester fremtidens teknologi på DTU. Foto: Simon Klein-Knudsen.
26 JAN

Keld og Hilda tester fremtiden på DTU

DR producerer indslag om fremtidens teknologi og sender Keld og Hilda Heick på fremtidsudflugter.

Space research Space technology and instruments Innovation and product development Transport and logistics Mobility
ASIM based research hit the frontpage of Science 10 January 2020. (Photo: Science)
17 JAN

Denmark's space mission ASIM constitute a cycle of knowledge

The first major results from the Danish-led ASIM mission, which investigates lightning in space, were recently on the front page of Science. This concludes a cycle of knowledge...

Space research
2019
A huge and dusty star-forming galaxy like Mambo-9  could look like this in visible light according to an artist’s impression (Illustration: NRAO/AUI/NSF/B. Saxton).
17 DEC

Giant galaxy is almost as old as the Universe it self

Researchers have spotted that an enormous galaxy grew very big surprisingly fast after Big Bang. This has been discovered using the ALMA telescope in an international collaboration...

Astrophysics
Niels Gregersen
11 DEC

EU-bevilling til kraftigere kvantecomputere

Lektor Niels Gregersen fra DTU Fotonik modtager et af de eftertragtede ERC Consolidator Grants fra Det Europæiske Forskningsråd til udvikling af en prototype...

Physics Electrotechnology Energy Information technology Chemistry Mathematics Materials Space research
The discovery emission of the extremely energetic light particles was made with data from the telescopes MAGIC and NOT situated on the Canary Islands.  (Photo: NOT, Nordic Optical Telescope/Jyri Näränen)
25 NOV

Scientists detect extreme emission from a far away dying star

Researchers at DTU Space, in an international collaboration with the Niels Bohr Institute, have for the first time determined the emission of extremely energetic light...

Astrophysics
Quantum Hub Denmark
25 NOV

Quantum Hub Denmark

On November 22, the event "Quantum Hub Denmark" brought together more than a hundred stakeholders from industry, academia, and public sector in Denmark to strengthen the...

Physics Electrotechnology Energy Information technology Chemistry Mathematics Materials Space research
Afgrøder med farvekoder - gul er korn, rød kartofler og orange grøntsager - optaget over Holland i foråret 2019 med Copernicus Sentinel-satellitter og efterfølgende bearbejdet. (Billede:  EU/Copernicus Sentinel data/GeoVille).
18 NOV

Satellites helping to locate diseases in cereal fields

Students at DTU have won the final of the Copernicus Hackathon Denmark 2019 with a concept for the early detection of disease outbreaks in fields using satellite data.

Earth observation Satelittes
Photo: Diane Juncher/NOT
25 AUG

DTU and NASA to look for new planets from the Canary Islands

Experts from DTU Space have been working in the Canary Islands this summer. They have upgraded the Nordic telescope on the island of La Palma, and it is now tuned to look...

Space research Astrophysics Space technology and instruments
This satellite photo taken by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission 9 June 2019 shows a swirl of sea ice off the east coast of Greenland.  (Image: ESA)
16 JUL

New study underlines sea level rise in the Arctic ocean

Sea levels in the Arctic oceans have risen an average of 2.2 millimeters per year over the last 22 years.This is the conclusion reached by a Danish-German research team...

Earth observation Satelittes Climate change
Photo: DTU Space
21 JUN

Climate change can alter Greenland drastically

If climate change continues unabated, all the ice in Greenland may melt away in the course of just a thousand years and will lead to significant changes in the environment...

Climate change Ice research Earth observation
Med et 'Boarding Pass' til Mars-2020-missionen, kan man få sit navn med til Mars, lover NASA. (Illustration: NASA/MGA/DTU Space)
28 MAY

DTU equipment on board NASA’s next big mission to Mars

NASA will soon launch its Mars 2020 mission to the red planet with DTU equipment on board. Already now NASA is offering people across the planet a boarding pass for the...

Space research Space technology and instruments The Solar system
ASIM was launched in April 2018 and is mounted on The International Space Station (ISS) about 400 km above the Earth. (Photo: ESA)
09 APR

New knowledge about giant lightning bolts in space

Measurements from the large ASIM space project shows a firework of blue lightning and X-ray radiation above thunderclouds.

Earth observation Space technology and instruments
Photo: DTU Space/M.G. Andersen
02 APR

DTU develops breast cancer scanning equipment

DTU has entered into collaboration with the UK company Kromek aimed at developing a scanner that can improve breast cancer diagnostics.

Medicine and medico technology Space research
Senior Scientist at DTU Space, Irfan Kuvvetli, is in charge of DTU’s work on the cancer detector system. Here a part of the system is being tested in a DTU Space lab. (Photo: DTU Space/M.G. Andersen)
29 MAR

DTU Space to develop cancer scanner with English company

DTU Space and UK company Kromek have started a collaboration to develop a new advanced scanner that have a huge potential for improving breast cancer diagnosis.

Medicine and medico technology Space technology and instruments
The ice cap is monitored via satellites combined with data from 57 GPS stations measuring directly on the bedrock in Greenland how much it rises when the ice on top of it melts away. In this way, the loss of ice is calculated very precisely.  Photo: Finn Bo Madsen.
22 JAN

Greenland ice melt accelerating dramatically

New study shows that the melt process reacts surprisingly quickly to changes in the atmosphere and the waters around Greenland.

Climate change Ice research Earth observation
SN 2017iuk emitting intense gamma-ray bursts at its ends—shown as grey jets—while material is simultaneously ejected in a ‘cocoon‘ shape at the sides—shown in red. Illustration: Anna S. Esposito.
21 JAN

Violent stellar explosion provides new knowledge about the universe

Researchers from DTU Space have helped identify a phenomenon rarely observed, originating from a giant stellar explosion far out in the universe. The new discovery has...

Space research Astrophysics