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2021
Dorte Danielsen and Lene Gammelgaard in the lab. Photo: DTU Physics.
13 SEP

Quantum materials cut closer than ever

A new method designs nanomaterials with less than 10-nanometer precision. It could pave the way for faster, more energy-efficient electronics.  

Micro and nanotechnology Materials Semiconductors Physics Electronics
TWIST chair
07 JUN

Student wins prestigious SIT Furniture Design Award

Dorottya Párdányi completed a master’s degree project in collaboration with the Danish design firm, HAY. The chair she designed, able to be flat-packed...

Materials
2020
24 SEP

New analysis methods provide important knowledge about metal cracks

With a completely new X-ray analysis, DTU researchers will develop material models for use in companies that make metal products. The result means reduced material consumption...

Materials Metals and alloys Innovation and product development
14 MAY

Researchers discover new class of 2D materials

DTU’s researchers have contributed to the discovery of a brand-new class of 2D materials that are able to bind single atoms between their ultra-thin layers. It opens...

Physics Materials
Henning Friis Poulsen has received a second ERC Advanced Grant. Photo Lisbeth Holten
31 MAR

DTU professor secures yet another large EU research grant

For the second time, Henning Friis Poulsen has been awarded one of the prestigious ERC Advanced Grants. His new research project could revolutionize our understanding and...

Physics Materials
Professor Anders Wolff
25 MAR

Devices for rapid diagnosis of coronavirus under development

DTU and Statens Serum Institut are developing three new and rapid instruments for on-site diagnosis of coronavirus. Two of them are scheduled to be ready for emergency...

Biotechnology and biochemistry Medicine and medico technology Nanoparticles
2019
Winnie E. Svendsen, professor DTU Bioengineering har stor erfaring med at udvikle nanostrukturer i renrummet på DTU Nanolab. Foto: Peter Aagaard Brixen.
03 DEC

Fine nanowires with disease-detecting potential

A new startup with DTU involvment will use nanowires to capture particles that can reveal diseases such as leukaemia.

Nanoparticles Materials Nanomedicine Innovation and product development
Foto Vibeke Hempler
19 NOV

DKK 18,5 million for independent research

The Independent Research Fund Denmark grants DKK 208 million to 35 young researchers with original ideas and high ambitions. Three are from DTU.

Electronics Optics Nanoparticles Cells Biological systems Nanomedicine Health and diseases
Foto Vibeke Hempler
23 OCT

148 mio. DKK for two new Centers of Excellence

The Danish National Research Foundation has invited applicants to enter contract negotiations to establish two new Centers of Excellence at DTU.

Optics Semiconductors Catalysis Micro and nanotechnology
DTU Facts and Figures 2021 front page

Published annually, DTU Facts and Figures gives you fact, figures, and a short presentation of the University.

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