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measuring device

Start-Up Invents Inexpensive Technology for Conducting Measurements in Water

It was a project for a PhD student at DTU that prompted the development of a low-cost measuring device for use in the wave-breaking...
Gluten-Free Diet

No Need to Recommend Gluten-Free Diet to Anyone

It has become increasingly popular among both Danish and foreign consumers to eat a diet containing less or no gluten. A major study from an...
polymer chip

Faster and Cheaper Mapping of DNA

A paper recently published in PNAS reports optical mapping of DNA from a single cell. Notably, it demonstrates isolation of a single cell, extraction...
bats manoeuvrevideo

Unique Study Shows How Bats Manoeuvre

For the first time, researchers have succeeded in directly measuring the aerodynamics of flying animals as they manoeuvre in the air. Previously, the upstroke...
recycled plastic

Quality of Recycled Plastic Too Poor

Researchers at DTU Environment have conducted several studies to gain more knowledge on plastic recycling. In Denmark, the primary focus has so far been on collecting...
digital twins

Digital Twins to Take Industry into the Future

As a vital part of Industry 4.0, so-called ‘digital twins’ play a crucial role in driving change and improvement in industrial manufacturing processes and...
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Emissions-Free Hydrogen Production Edges Closer with New Pilot Site in Denmark

With increased efforts to cut carbon emissions, electric power from renewables has emerged as a vital energy source. Thanks to its strong potential to...
Internet of Things

DKK 100 Million for Faster, Greener Internet

The Internet is like a network of bicycle paths, roads, and highways, within which data moves around independently. Given that the quantity of data...
Microweter

DTU Start-Up to Revolutionize the Microwave Oven

The frustration of never being able to heat Thai food boxes to a proper temperature, and a general wonder about how poorly a microwave...
agricultural machine

Automated Harvest

A research collaboration has now made it possible for one of the world’s largest manufacturers to automate this process. There are four large companies in...
quantum cryptography

Cyber Security: New Method to Boost Efficiency of Quantum Cryptography

Once the quantum computer becomes a reality, it will make most of the encryption used today to secure the information we send over the...
solar cell technologyvideo

DTU Optimizes Solar Cell Technology

The results are expected to contribute to Denmark becoming the leader in the field in the solar industry. The Danish energy company European Energy has just established...
Intelligent Patch

Intelligent Patch Warns of Infected Wounds

This corresponds to expenses of more than EUR 135 million (DKK 1 billion) per year. A new patch that automatically warns of infection may...
DNA and gut bacteria

App Gives Dietary Advice Based on Data on DNA and Gut...

Personal dietary recommendations based on your genetic data and data about your gut bacteria.This may sound like science fiction to most, but the technology...
robots

The Robots of the Future Work Together

Associate Professor Ole Ravn of DTU Electrical Engineering is head of DTU’s research within robot technology. He has worked with robots and autonomous systems for the...
chemical sensors

3D Bioprinting of Living Structures with Built-In Chemical Sensors

An international team of researchers led by Professor Michael Kühl at the Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen has just published a breakthrough in...
high-tech health solutions

New High-Tech Health Solutions Based on Big Data

The next wave of development is based on data from using these technologies. In recent years, surgical robots—robots that assist with blood sample analyses or...
Marine Heat Waves

The Sea Around Denmark Hit by Marine Heat Waves

Right now, the waters around Denmark are three degrees warmer than the average temperature at this time of the year. This corresponds to a...
Antennas for Hearing Aids

DTU Researcher Behind New Design of Antennas for Hearing Aids

Some of the smallest hearing aids are placed inside the ear canal and are nearly invisible to others. They communicate wirelessly via Bluetooth, both...
polymer

Research Can Reduce Costs and Time in the Production of Polymer...

As a MADE PhD at Technical University of Denmark, Michael Mischkot has been involved in the development of 3D printed inserts for injection molds. The...