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quantum key

Danish Quantum Key Distribution Technology to Create Secure Communication Channels

A new major European project, OPENQKD, which has just been launched, will establish infrastructures for testing quantum cryptography technologies in several European countries....
gut microbiota

Transportproteins Provide Key to Improve Infant Formula

Sugar compounds in breast milk play a crucial role in the development of a healthy gut bacterial community and contribute to the...
Dementia

Development of a Sensor-Based Behavioral Monitoring Solution to Support Dementia Care

Mobile and wearable technology presents exciting opportunities for monitoring behavior using widely available sensor data. This could support clinical research and practice...
wind energy

Kites Harvest Energy like Wind Turbines

Wind energy produced by a kite. It sounds like a childhood dream come true, but with both feet and a power cable...
medical sensor

EU Grant for Development of Medical Sensor

Proof of Concept grants are awarded to researchers who already have an ERC grant. In Anja Boisen’s case, this concerns the Advanced...
cancer immunotherapy

Better Tools, Better Cancer Immunotherapy

In Science Immunology, researchers from DTU Health Technology and Jacobs University in Bremen have just published their cutting-edge research demonstrating advancement in detection...
mobile charger

DTU Develops World’s Most Efficient Mobile Charger

Mobile phones are no longer simply telephones, but complete small communications centres, which must be able to handle large volumes of data...
waste management

Crushed Mining Waste Can Replace Cement

Mountains of mining waste from all over the world are waiting to be resurrected as concrete construction material. New research at DTU Civil...
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...
Endocrine Disruptors

Nine ”New” Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals Identified

Years of research have shown that a wide range of chemical substances may have endocrine disrupting effects. Authorities and NGOs around the world have...
cellular fats

Tampering with Cellular Fats Holds Great Promise

Today, much of the biology underlying cells’ compositions of lipids is a black box to scientists. Even though lipids are a major group of biomolecules,...
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...
environmental DNAvideo

Robot Tracks Environmental DNA from Fish on Seabed

At a depth of 15 metres, 5 km off the coast, a contraption most of all resembling a big oil barrel is currently collecting...
Oil Spills

Oil Spills Could Harm the Arctic More Than Expected

The Arctic sea ice is melting due to climate change. This creates an increased interest in exploring the oil resources in the area. But...
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...
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...
snake envenomingvideo

Breaktrough in Snake Envenoming

Researchers from DTU, Cambridge, and Costa Rica have cracked the code to produce experimental snakebite antivenoms based on human antibodies. Antivenoms based on human...
Wind Turbine

Long Wind Turbine Blades Require New Composite Materials

As Denmark is getting yet greener and focus on wind energy is increasing, challenges are appearing, too. The reason is the possibility of not...