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2021
Photo: Bax Lindhardt
15 FEB

Remote-controlled robots save lab course

The corona lockdown inspired a lecturer to design autonomous robots, which were a hit with students.

22 JAN

46 mio. kr. for seven young researchers

Seven young DTU researchers receive Villum Young Investigator grants for a total of DKK 46 million.

2020
02 NOV

Research Fund Denmark grants millions for green transition

17 green research projects at DTU receive a total of DKK 98 million from the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Photo: Mikal Schlosser
30 SEP

Why are we so busy developing new batteries?

The EU wants to accelerate the development of new batteries—but why is this so urgent? Tejs Vegge, professor at DTU Energy, provides the answer.

Energy
Foto: Søren Kjeldgaard
30 SEP

National teaching prize for DTU researcher

The students do quizzes and produce drawings about energy conversion as part of Luise Theil Kuhn’s classes, which are always varied, flexible, challenging, and engaging...

Energy
23 JUN

DTU leading EU's most ambitious battery research project

New EU project with a budget of DKK 150 million is to accelerate the development of the next generation of super batteries.

Energy storage
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16 JAN

Researchers observe ultra-fast birth of radicals

An international research team which includes DTU has contributed to a greater understanding of how ionizing radiation harms cells, and how we can protect ourselves against...

2019
19 NOV

New technology can produce sustainable fuel

The Synfuel research project brings together electrolysis and  thermal gasification, and can transform biomass and wind energy into ‘green’ methanol, which...

17 SEP

New route to carbon-neutral fuels from carbon dioxide discovered by Stanford-DTU...

A new way to convert carbon dioxide into the building block for sustainable liquid fuels was very efficient in tests and did not have the reaction that destroys the conventional...

Energy storage Electrochemistry
DTU Energy professors Anne Hauch and Johan Hjelm
17 JUN

New professors at DTU Energy

Anne Hauch and Johan Hjelm have been appointed professors in Electrochemical Materials and Interfaces at DTU Energy.

Energy Energy storage Fuel cells Materials

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