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2022
Bax Lindhardt
15 JAN

8.44 milligrams of hope and hard work

An immunostimulating cancer drug is being tested on cancer patients for the first time. It has been in development for ten years and offers new hope.

Medicine and medico technology
2021
Bax Lindhardt
21 SEP

Vaccine Production on Mathematical Formula

When Bavarian Nordic needs to plan the production of their smallpox vaccine, they use DTU-developed mathematical modelling to optimize their production.

Mathematical modelling
Mikal Schlosser
21 SEP

What Knowledge Do We Lack About the Ocean?

The UN has declared the 2020s a ‘Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development’. Why is this necessary and what important knowledge do we lack about the ocean?...

Environment and pollution Marine research
Bax Lindhardt
21 SEP

Spin-out expands with quick tests and antigen tests

The spin-out company BluSense Diagnostics can use Blu-ray for rapid diagnosis of dengue fever and to measure immune response after COVID-19 vaccination.

Medicine and medico technology
Bax Lindhardt
21 SEP

Machine Learning Helps Diagnose Inflammation of the Middle Ear

PhD researcher will make it easier for doctors to make correct diagnoses when children have earaches to avoid hearing loss and unnecessary use of antimicrobial agents...

Image analysis Data analysis
Joachim Rode
21 SEP

He Focuses on a Small Cell of Great Importance

Søren Bredmose Simonsen took a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy before immersing himself in physics studies. This led him to work with catalysis, and he is now developing...

Micro and nanotechnology
Miriam Meister
21 SEP

Green protein without taste of cowshed

Researchers from DTU Food have developed a technique for extracting protein from green biomass without unwanted off-flavour.

Food, fish and agriculture
Erik Fog
21 SEP

Biorefining Behind Climate-friendly Proteins

With biorefining, we can extract proteins from green biomass and thus reduce the climate impact of livestock.

Food, fish and agriculture
Bax Lindhardt
21 SEP

Remote Infrared Radiation: New Technology Measures Thickness of Ice on Prawns

DTU and Royal Greenland have collaborated on a new technology that can measure the thickness of the ice glaze on frozen prawns. This is important to know so that the...

Sensors Lasers
SAGA Space Architects
22 JUL

This is how we can live on the moon

In a simulated lunar mission, two architects spent three months in North Greenland testing their fold-out moon habitat. The mission, which was aided by experts from DTU...

Space technology and instruments