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Søren Stobbe, lektor ved DTU Fotonik. Foto: Jesper Scheel
29 OCT

DKK 42 million for sustainable chip-based spectrometers

In collaboration with industrial partners, DTU will develop the next generation of sustainable and ultracompact spectrometers based on chip technology over the next four...

Micro and nanotechnology Optics
Jacob Mencke at one of Team Danmark’s ball machines.  Photographer: Andreas Top Adler, performance engineer, Team Danmark
26 OCT

Second-year student behind article in scientific journal

A special course on spinning balls, a technique which is used in many sports, sparked a string of experiments and calculations which have just been published in the American...

Physics
Plantebaserede pølser uden skind. Image: DTU Fødevareinstituttet
22 OCT

Research will give skinless vegan sausages a snap

Researchers at DTU have helped come up with a recipe for plant-based skinless sausages. Work is now continuing in the lab to alter the chemistry of the ingredients in order...

Food, fish and agriculture Food production
Foto Mikal Schlosser
19 OCT

New research centre for autonomous systems

The Centre for Collaborative Autonomous Systems represents the latest research in highly automated and intelligent systems and is linked to one of the world’s largest...

Foto: Bax Lindhardt
16 OCT

Three days focusing on sustainable technology and IT for girls

82 high school girls chose to spend three days during the autumn holidays in Lyngby to learn more about the technologies of the future. The girls came from as far away...

Electrotechnology Information technology Construction and mechanics
Foto: DTU
15 OCT

Technology must also be socially sustainable

Discussion article by Anders Bjarklev for Frederiksborg Amtsavis, published on 16 October 2020.

This illustration depicts a star experiencing 'spaghettification' as it is shredded into streams and sucked into a supermassive black hole during a ‘tidal disruption event’. (Credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser)
12 OCT

Telescopes record last moments of star ‘eaten’ by a black hole

Researchers from DTU have contributed to a study that describe the rare blast of light from a star being torn to pieces by a supermassive black hole.

Space research Astrophysics
Foto: Bax Lindhardt
12 OCT

Start-up behind new plastic sorting technology

With their unique technology for sorting different types of plastics, two young engineers will make it easier for production companies to recycle plastic.

Innovation and product development Waste management
06 OCT

District heating digitalization contributes to 2030 targets

Using data and local weather forecasts instead of drawings of the supply network and simulations to control supply temperature can save the district heating sector money...

Energy Information technology
The 5 students behind  AQShare, from left to right: Kavikrishnan Balakrishnan, Anton Werenberg, Martin Gylstorff, Ossi Kallunki, Tor Nørgaard
01 OCT

Grundfos secures rights to DTU student project

A group of students have come up with an idea for supplying villages in Africa with clean drinking water. Grundfos has secured the rights to the project and employed...

Photo: Mikal Schlosser
30 SEP

Why are we so busy developing new batteries?

The EU wants to accelerate the development of new batteries—but why is this so urgent? Tejs Vegge, professor at DTU Energy, provides the answer.

Energy
Foto: Søren Kjeldgaard
30 SEP

National teaching prize for DTU researcher

The students do quizzes and produce drawings about energy conversion as part of Luise Theil Kuhn’s classes, which are always varied, flexible, challenging, and engaging...

Energy
Colourbox
28 SEP

New solution for reducing CO2 from data centres and server rooms

Researchers at DTU will work with industrial companies to develop a new cooling and storage system for data centres and server rooms, which will be managed through artificial...

Energy Information technology Mathematics
Foto Bax Lindhardt
28 SEP

DTU contributes to Denmark’s new green research strategy

The government has presented a new research strategy with four concrete missions to advance the green transition. DTU is making an important contribution to all of them...

Photo: Rasmus Degnbol, LINC.
28 SEP

Become a test passenger on self-driving shuttles

At the end of 2020, three self-driving shuttle buses will be tested at DTU Lyngby Campus. Sign up now to become a test passenger.

Transport and logistics
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
Blågylte og gople. Foto: Erik Selander.
23 SEP

Biodiversity hypothesis called into question

New research shows, that the trade-off between gleaners and exploiters does not explain the diversity of biological species in the way that scientists expected. Our understanding...

23 SEP

New technology causes body to fight cancer at full strength

Researchers at DTU Health Tech have found a way to break down the defence mechanisms that cancer cells use to slow down the immune system, and then restart the body&rsquo...

Medicine and medico technology
Mælk
22 SEP

”New” lactic acid bacteria can make African camel milk safe

A research project headed by the Technical University of Denmark, DTU, has come up with the formula for a freeze-dried starter culture that African camel milk farmers can...

Food, fish and agriculture Food safety Food production
21 SEP

DTU’s best lecturers

“DTU has a large number of truly amazing teachers that we students can be proud of,” said the chairman of DTU’s student association PF at the election...

DTU in Profile

Published annually, DTU in profile gives you fact & figures and a short presentation of the University.

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