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climate change

How to Achieve More Accurate Climate Projections

When climate scientists are to predict the climate of the future, they generally always use more than one single climate model. The more models...
chronic infections

Research Paves the Way for New Rational Treatment Strategies of Multidrug-Resistant...

Antibiotic-resistant Pseudomonas infections in cystic fibrosis patients show predictable sensitivities to other classes of antibiotics. A new study made by scientists from the Novo...
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...
stroke

Electronic Monitoring of Heart Rhythm Can Prevent Strokes

As a world first, the Danish company Cortrium and researchers at DTU have successfully developed a small and unique sensor which is placed on...
chemical substances

Researchers Get Easier Access to Chemical Substances

It will be easier for researchers to obtain chemical substances for experimental use. From 2018, a new substance library — DK-OPENSCREEN at DTU Chemistry...
optics

New Engine Optics to Fuel Future Research

A new optical device at Sandia National Laboratories that helps researchers image pollutants in combusting fuel sprays might lead to clearer skies in the...
climate change

Close Monitoring of Climate Changes

A new European network of more than 100 measurement stations monitor the development in greenhouse gases and make these data publicly available. The network...
climate proofing

Drone Offers New Possibilities for Climate Proofing of Watercourses

DTU will be heading a new project, where drones and new technological measuring methods will make the monitoring of Danish watercourses more detailed and...
quantum

The Global Quantum Race Is On

From a quiet existence in physicists’ laboratories, hidden away as basic research and experiments, over just a few short years quantum mechanics has become...
climate change

Climate Scientists and Statistics—for Improvement

Generally, climate scientists use multiple climate models for calculating, for example, how high the seas will rise, how much precipitation we can expect, or...
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....
ultrafast light

Ultrafast Light Reveals Sketches under Renaissance Painting

A scanner head runs slowly up and down the exquisite Italian painting ‘Dearth af Adonis’ as we step into the light-sensitive basement under DTU...
nanoscale chip

Nanoscale Chip System Measures Light from a Single Bacterial Cell to...

Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have created a nanophotonic chip system using lasers and bacteria to observe fluorescence emitted from a single...
fisheries

Fisheries Physicist Boils Theory down to Five Words

It is not often that a doctoral dissertation can be boiled down to five words, but Ken H. Andersen’s case in an exception. The...
sepsis

Sepsis – a Hidden Killer

Sepsis is a condition which occurs when the body’s immune system not only combats an infection but turns on its own organs and tissue....
drone

Drone Technology Benefits Society

Common mussels, eelgrass and mines left in the sea as wartime relics are just some of the things that drones can be sent in...
cancers

Scientists Develop Blood Test That Spots Tumor-Derived DNA in People With...

In a bid to detect cancers early and in a noninvasive way, scientists at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center report they have developed...
amyloids

Bacterial Machines That Help Create Defensive ‘Mats’ Mapped by Researchers

The latest finding could eventually lead to new ways of getting around antibiotic resistance and help in making new, biologically inspired nanomaterials.When bacteria are...
3D printing

Before, It Was 3D Printing: Now Additive Manufacturing Is the New...

Places were in high demand for the innovation conference ‘Additive Manufacturing’, which was held for Danish manufacturing companies in spring 2017. Additive Manufacturing covers...
cancer

Better Immunotherapy for Cancer Patients

Immunotherapy is about activating the body’s own immune system to kill, e.g., cancer cells. The method is already used today in the treatment of...