Anders Bjarklev, President
21 JUN

The President to DTU researchers: Freedom of research is not up for negotiation

When a broad majority in the Danish Parliament declares that the universities must sharpen their supervision of our researchers' scientific practice, it shakes a fundamental...

18 JUN

Cells optimised to produce substance that holds potential to improve ‘healthy...

A new scientific study published in Nature Catalysis shows that baker's yeast can be designed and optimised to produce polyamines and polyamine analogues for tackling grand...

Cells Enzymes and proteins Biotechnology and biochemistry
Foto TUM Fotostelle
17 JUN

EuroTech Universities Alliance celebrates 10th anniversary

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the EuroTech Universities Alliance—a strategic partnership of leading European universities of science and technology. Rasmus...

Graph from DTU RAP
15 JUN

New digital tool tracks DTU research performance

A new DTU-developed digital tool makes it possible to continuously track how DTU’s research performs against international competition.

Mads Vandborg is doing a Master’s degree in Photonics Engineering. He’s exploring how to change the wavelength of the light particles we send through the optical fibres of the internet, to prepare the internet for the data transmissions of the future. Photo: Jesper Scheel.
14 JUN

“Technology fascinates me, especially when it can be used for good”

Mads Vandborg studies how to prepare the internet for the future by changing the frequency of its signals. He loves technology and is among the 10 per cent of students...

Physics Optics
Conflux Mentor Programme
11 JUN

Become a mentor for a DTU student

Do you want to help the next generation of DTU students prepare for their career? Become a mentor!

Tang fra Grønland. Foto: Katharina Johanna Kreissig, DTU Fødevareinstituttet
10 JUN

Greenlandic seaweed, a sustainable alternative to imported greens

Seaweed grown in Greenland is a safe, healthy and sustainable food source that could replace up to 20% of the country’s import of vegetables, according to a study...

Food, fish and agriculture Health and diseases
Foto Anna-Lena Lundqvist
10 JUN

“We can only survive if we see the world as a whole”

Portrait DTU’s new Chairman of the Board of Governors is a woman with a clear vision for the University’s unique role in society. The University can unite...

Photo: Bax Lindhardt
09 JUN

DTU in the top 100 in the world rankings

The Technical University of Denmark is now among the top 100 universities in the world according to the 2022 QS World University Rankings.

TDC NET, which connects Denmark via mobile networks and landlines, has 850 technician cars that drive 80,000 kilometers daily, equivalent to two full times around the Earth. The goal is to reduce it by 25 percent by 2025 using far more advanced automated transportation planning.
08 JUN

Artificial intelligence can significantly reduce company driving

Automated planning will help TDC NET's service cars reduce the number of kilometers driven by 25 percent. The solution will later be extended to others with a lot of company...

Computer calculations Data analysis Software and programming Mathematical modelling Statistics Transport behaviour Transport economy
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