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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...
milk sugar

Tomorrow’s Alcohol Can Be Made from Surplus Milk Sugar

Dairies' production of cheese generates considerable amounts of the by-product whey. While large cheese producers are able to extract more value from the whey...
cattle

Researchers Design Flexible Cattle Disease Strategy

Each year in Denmark, many cows contract the disease paratuberculosis which is caused by a bacterial infection. The infected animals display a range of...
3D printing

New Generation of 3D Printing Requires Almost No Post-Processing

3D printing in metal requires some finishing, because the finished prints have very rough surfaces, which is why the industry primarily uses 3D printing...
robotic pallet jack

Close Partnership with DTU Behind Launch of New Transport Robot

One of the first robots from the company Robotize is currently in operation at a Danish company where it is transporting pallets. The robot...
potato waste

Potato Waste a Potential Goldmine

In addition to a value increase of up to a factor 1,000, the perspectives are also natural food additives and better utilization of resources....
sulphur emissions

Black Boxes and Drones to Remove Smoke Sulphur

The UN’s International Maritime Organization (IMO) has adopted stricter requirements for ships’ sulphur emissions in order to ensure cleaner air and reduce global pollution....
sensor technology

From Smoke to Bad Fish: DTU Students Invent New Uses for...

Their idea and business model were elected as the winner of Spin Out Day Friday 26th May, and as part of the prize the...
jupiter

DTU Helps NASA Map Jupiter’s Magnetic Field

Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, is giving researchers back on Earth a few surprises after they can now study the large...
wind energy

Old Inuit Trick Captures Wind Energy in Stones

Every once in a while, significant scientific breakthroughs appear almost shockingly simple when viewed in retrospect. Even laymen may, from time to time, think...
quantum

Collaboration Prepares DTU for Quantum Future

During the next ten years, quantum technologies will become part of and revolutionize our everyday lives in the form of computers, sensors, encryption, and...
VILLUM FONDEN's

Five Young Researchers Can Step up Their Research

VILLUM FONDEN's Young Investigator Programme awards millions to five young DTU researchers from DTU Chemistry, DTU Physics, DTU Fotonik, and DTU Compute, respectively. The...
nitrogen

One Step Closer to Restoring Nitrogen Balance

Earlier this year, Professor Barth F. Smets from DTU Environment announced the sensational discovery of a new microbe. He has now received DKK 5...
electric car fleet

World’s First Electric Car Fleet Supplying Electricity to the Grid

Electric vehicles must not only consume power, but also supply it. This is achieved by means of the new technology known as Vehicle to...
quantum states

Is It Possible to Prepare Quantum States of “Heavy” Objects?

Professor Ulrik Lund Andersen from DTU Physics has just received a grant of 7 million DKK from the VILLUM Foundation to study the possibility...
fossil fuel alternatives

New research centre can create breakthroughs in fossil fuel alternatives

A grant of DKK 150 million from VILLUM FONDEN will enable a group of the world’s leading researchers to seek new energy, fuel and...
Independent Research

Four young, original researchers receive millions

The Danish Council for Independent Research awards Sapere Aude grants to four DTU researchers, highlighting originality and skill as their common trait. Only the most...
renewable energy

Greener chemistry through renewable energy

Solar, hydro and wind energy will continue to blossom in the effort to reduce climate change. But green energy has even bigger potential. For...