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2018
15 JUN

New method for quick selection of the best biological materials

In the future, considerable time will be saved when industry needs to seek out the best suitable enzymes for a wide range of products. Thus, researchers predict at...

Bioteknologi og biokemi
14 JUN

Achoo! Achoo! Achoo! Allergies?

In the future you can get tested by applying an adhesive plaster

13 JUN

Min kollega kalder mig Rainwoman

Ellen Vallentin Christiansen er autist og arbejder som grafiker på DTU Nanotech. Da hun fik sin diagnose for ti år siden, valgte hun jobbet på DTU i stedet for førtidspension...

Mikro- og nanoteknologi
13 JUN

Min kollega kalder mig Rainwoman

AUTISME Ellen Vallentin Christiansen er autist og arbejder som grafiker på DTU Nanotech. Da hun fik sin diagnose for ti år siden, valgte hun jobbet på DTU i stedet...

11 JUN

Researchers invent microscopic toxin detector

In collaboration with colleagues from Israel, DTU researchers have invented a micro bacteria based sensor that lights up when exposed to certain types of toxins.

Fysik Mikro- og nanoteknologi
04 JUN

Double graphene sandwich provides protection against corrosion

”Normally it’s not a huge success that not a damn thing has happened after 120 days.” 

Fysik Mikro- og nanoteknologi
28 MAJ

Microcapsules transport healthy bacteria to the intestines

DTU Nanotech is currently developing containers smaller than a grain of sugar to be able to lead benign bacteria safely through the gastric acid for release in the mucous...

Fysik Mikro- og nanoteknologi
22 MAJ

Metasurfaces will control the colour of your car

Imagine if you could change the poster in your living room to match the latest indoor décor fashion or the colour of your car to match your mood simply by tapping on your...

Fysik Mikro- og nanoteknologi
17 MAJ

Store EU-bevillinger til pionerforskning

Forskere fra DTU har fået millionbevillinger fra EU’s FET-Open-program til forskning i biokompatible materialer og ny laserprint- teknologi.

Metaller og legeringer
07 MAJ

FET Open CSA for Professor Anders Kristensen, DTU Nanotech

Anders Kristensen has received 99.000 EUR from the European Commission’s Future and Emerging Technology (FET Open) programme for a Coordination and Support Action (CSA...

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