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28 FEB

Pure precision

The Portable Ultrasound Scanners project—running from 2013 to 2018—has received DKK 75 million (EUR 10 million) in funding from Innovation Fund Denmark out of a total budget...

Medicine and medico technology
27 FEB

Head of department receives EliteForsk award

Professor Thomas Lars Andresen, Head of DTU Nanotech , receives one out of five EliteForsk awards. At the same time, four PhD students from DTU are awarded EliteForsk...

Nanomedicine Health and diseases
27 FEB

The pharmaceuticals of the future depend on engineers

In my opinion, engineers will change the way we make pharmaceuticals—and DTU is to supply the graduates.

Medicine and medico technology
27 FEB

Major prize for portable ultrasound

Innovation Fund Denmark awarded five new prizes at the EliteForsk conference on 23 February. Four current and former DTU researchers were among the recipients.

Electronics Wind energy Image analysis Hardware and components Software and programming Computer calculations Innovation and product development Entrepreneurship Medicine and medico technology
27 FEB

Ultrasound scanner goes portable

Ultrasound is an effective and harmless means to look inside the body. It is used by specially trained doctors, for example to monitor the foetus during pregnancy, but...

Medicine and medico technology
20 FEB

Millions for research challenging the laws of physics

Funding continues for Center for Nanostructures Graphene where research takes place on the nano scale, and new and surprising facts about the laws of physics come to light...

Physics Quantum theory and atomic physics Micro and nanotechnology

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