04 JUL

Head of Department Mogens Rysholt Poulsen leaves DTU Nanotech

Mogens Rysholt Poulsen will be leaving DTU Nanotech by the end of August 2016. From September 1st, he will start up a new position as Dean of a new Faculty of Engineering...

Mikro- og nanoteknologi
24 JUN

New research project on nanoconductors

The project ”Dynamics in ballistic nanoconductors: Theory and simulation tools”, headed by Professor Mads Brandbyge, has received 4,7 MDKK from VILLUM FONDEN.

Mikro- og nanoteknologi
08 JUN

New project funded by Quantum Innovation Center

The Theoretical Nanoelectronics group at DTU Nanotech is set to start a new project funded by the Quantum Innovation Center in collaboration with Copenhagen University...

Mikro- og nanoteknologi
05 APR

New method for studying cancer cells

Cancer cell growth and proliferation are closely related to the mechanical properties of the cells. Researchers from DTU, Pavia University, and CNR Milano have developed...

Fysik Mikro- og nanoteknologi Optik Medicinske apparater og systemer Sundhed og sygdomme
05 APR

Cheaper platinum alloys for fuel cells

Fuel cells are attractive as eco-friendly energy sources, for example for hydrogen-powered vehicles. But due to the large amounts of expensive platinum required, they...

Brændselsceller Energiproduktion Katalyse
Eliteforsk 2016. Three PhD students from DTU receive travel grants. Photo: Ditte Valente.
29 FEB

EliteForsk honours PhD students from DTU

At the annual EliteForsk conference, three PhD students from DTU received travel grants of DKK 200,000 for research stays abroad. The conference also praised the recipients...

Energiproduktion Celler Bakterier og mikroorganismer Organisk kemi
Photo: Outsider
25 FEB

Smart idea made the design work

The Norwegian firm of architects Snøhetta came up with the design for a smart solar-cell light for a new global culture centre in Saudi Arabia—but it took a DTU researcher...

Solenergi Elforsyning Entreprenørskab Innovation og produktudvikling
23 FEB

Nanotech spin-outs selling for DKK 500 million

Fully 26 companies have been spun out from DTU Nanotech over the past 20 years—and 21 of them are still going strong.

19 FEB

Cell factory pioneer receives Novozymes Prize

Professor Jens Nielsen, DTU Biosustain, has been awarded the 2016 Novozymes Prize. 

Bakterier og mikroorganismer Biologiske systemer Celler Enzymer og proteiner Syntetisk biologi

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