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15 MAY

DTU Spin-out to bring next generation cancer therapy to market

A new biotech company from DTU will soon begin the first phase of clinical studies of personalized medicines aimed at treating severe types of skin cancer.

06 MAY

DTU spin-out Blusense on its way with COVID-19 serology test

DTU spin-out Blusense Diagnostics plans to launch a point-of-care serology test for COVID-19 antibodies by mid-June.

05 MAY

Collaborations with DTU spin-outs generate DKK 304M in Reseach funding to DTU...

Research collaborations between DTU's departments and established DTU spin-outs have resulted in over DKK 300 million in research funding to the departments.

Foto Emiel Molenaar/Unsplash
23 APR

In the future, fertilizer can be produced where it is used

Researchers wish to revolutionize the production of ammonia for fertilizer, so that it can take place at the site of a single farm or greenhouse. The production will be...

Physics
16 APR

PHERA consortium receives major grant from BBI JU

DTU spin-out BioPhero is a part of a consortium that develops sustainable fermentation processes to produce insect pheromones, and has just received a grant of EUR...

16 APR

DTU researchers to change the game with digital tennis trainer

Researchers from DTU are developing the new and revolutionising smartphone app, Itracket, to make tennis practice easier and accessible to everyone. The app will be based...

Foto: Anders Wolff
03 APR

Quicker and cheaper coronavirus test on its way

A new test kit developed with government funding raises hopes that hospitals will be able to perform 10,000 coronavirus tests a week.

01 APR

Copenhagen Nanosystems about COVID-19 testing

We spoke with Emil Højlund-Nielsen, CEO of Copenhagen Nanosystems ApS, about the development of COVID-19 testing. Emil Højlund also presents Copenhagen...

12 MAR

DTU Awards DKK 2.6 million in PoC Grants

Six exciting DTU projects with significant commercial potential have been awarded DTU’s Proof of Concept grant of up to DKK 500.000, amounting to a total of DKK 2...

04 MAR

List of research-based companies 2019

76 start-ups were founded by employees and students at DTU in 2019 — equivalent to one or two new companies a week. Among them are 32 research-based companies...

02 MAR

Glycom - World-leading supplier of HMOs

Biotech company Glycom has cracked the code for producing HMOs, normally only found in breast milk, to improve human health and has since become a world leading supplier...

Photo credit: Joachim Rode
26 FEB

DTU spin-out produces biochemicals out of sugar

DTU spin-out Cysbio has developed technology that can produce selected biochemicals through a simple fermentation process of sugar. This will limit use of fossil resources...

A biosensor equipped with a nanochip can detect diarrhoea bacteria in piglets
20 FEB

Biosensor to reduce antimicrobial consumption for piglets

A biosensor equipped with a nanochip can detect diarrhoea bacteria in piglets and reduce agricultural consumption of antimicrobial agents.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Enzymes and proteins Food production Innovation and product development
Many new start-ups are developed in DTU's innovation hub, DTU Skylab
19 FEB

DTU maintains high number of startups

The number of DTU start-up companies fell slightly in 2019, but nonetheless remains high, after stricter financial requirements for the formation of companies.  ...

07 FEB

New dates for DTU startup Training announced

The popular DTU start-up training programme is back and will be kicked off with the camp “Value Proposition & Beach Head” on 24 March 2020. The concepts...

06 FEB

Radiometer works with DTU to detect hemolysis

Researchers from DTU Health Tech have developed a sensor that can detect the destruction of red blood cells in blood samples (hemolysis) in close collaboration with Radiometer...

28 JAN

54 DTU projects received funding for commercialisation in 2019

54 unique DTU projects were awarded funding for commercialisation in 2019. Several of the projects received more than one grant. DTU contributed with 39 Discovery Grants...

15 JAN

Norlase sells laser technology for eye surgery in USA

DTU spin-out Norlase has gone to market in USA with cutting edge laser technology for eye surgery.

DTU indgår aftale med BioInnovation Institute om vækstmiljø for biotech-spinouts
08 JAN

New agreement on growth environment for biotech spin-outs

DTU has entered into an agreement with the Bioinnovation Institute to establish research groups in a new growth and funding environment for biotech spin-outs.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Innovation and product development Entrepreneurship
07 JAN

DTU spinout cleans water with nature’s own resources

DTU spinout Aquaporin has found an efficient way to purify both industrial waste water and drinking water using nature's own technology.