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Søren Stobbe, lektor ved DTU Fotonik. Foto: Jesper Scheel
29 OCT

DKK 42 million for sustainable chip-based spectrometers

In collaboration with industrial partners, DTU will develop the next generation of sustainable and ultracompact spectrometers based on chip technology over the next four...

Micro and nanotechnology Optics
29 SEP

EIR Ventures and Vaekstfonden invest DKK 13 million in Synklino

DTU-KU spin-out Synklino raises seed round of DKK 13 million from EIR Ventures and Vaekstfonden to develop breakthrough infection treatment for transplant patients...

22 SEP

DTU spin-out will enable remote diagnosis of epilepsy

DTU spin-out BrainCapture is developing a smartphone brain scanner to support epilepsy diagnosis in remote areas and, thus, enable treatment for millions of people.

22 SEP

Two DTU projects join BII Faculty with 3-year development grants

Professor Thomas Lars Andresen from DTU Health Tech will become part of BII Faculty with the project 'Locally Sustained Gene Therapy' with a development grant of up to...

09 SEP

MonTa Biosciences begins collaboration with the US National Cancer Institute

DTU spin-out MonTa Biosciences begins collaboration with the National Cancer Institute in the US through its Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory to strengthen...

Foto: Bax Lindhardt
09 SEP

DTU ranked number two in research world ranking

In the new World University Research Rankings 2020 which focuses on three core areas of university research, DTU ranks second in the world and number one in Europe.

02 SEP

5 Questions: CEO & Co-founder Mikkel Naesager

Last week, DTU hosted Virtual Innovation Sprint to nurture new agendas, new development projects, and new partnerships to life. The event matched up students, PhD students...

01 SEP

Chromologics raises €1.9 million in seed financing led by Novo Holdings

DTU spin-out Chromologics has raised €1.9 million in seed financing, led by Novo Holdings and supported by Vækstfonden and Nordic FoodTech VC.

26 AUG

Smart sock from DTU aims to monitor blood clot symptoms

Researchers from DTU are developing a non-invasive device that can monitor symptoms of a potential blood clot cheap and efficiently with novel IoT and sensor technology...

10 AUG

Project at Health Tech aims to monitor drugs in cancer patients

Researchers from DTU Health Tech are developing a small tabletop device that can measure therapeutic drugs in blood in a matter of minutes.  The project recently received...