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31 AUG

NNF NERD grant goes to Professor from DTU Chemistry

Professor Kristoffer Almdal from DTU Chemistry receives 14 million DKK from the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s New Exploratory Research and Discovery (NERD) programme.

Foto: Mikal Schlosser
26 JAN

Researchers are developing cancer vaccine candidate

Chemists are copying cancer cell carbohydrates in the laboratory for inclusion in a vaccine that activates the immune system.

Chemistry Medicine and medico technology
Bax Lindhardt
14 JAN

Why aren’t we going full steam with carbon capture?

Why aren’t we steaming ahead with capturing and storing carbon right now?

Environment and pollution CO2 separation and CO2 storage
Foto Bax Lindhardt
12 JAN

Two ERC Starting Grants for young researchers

Two young DTU researchers have each won an ERC Starting Grant for independent basic research of EUR 1.5 million or just over DKK 11 million.

Enzymes and proteins Solar energy Materials Organic chemistry
12 JAN

DTU enters wide-ranging CCUS partnership

DTU is joining forces with 18 stakeholders to implement a roadmap for carbon capture, utilization, and storage.

Energy efficiency Energy storage Energy production Energy systems CO2 separation and CO2 storage Climate adaptation
A shrunken, refrigerated balloon is expanding to normal size because a presenter blows hot air on it. Photo: Thomas Hjort Jensen
24 NOV

20th anniversary for explosions and wild colours

Over the past 20 years, DTU ScienceShow has provided entertainment with fascinating experiments and brought science to thousands of people.

Energy Physics Chemistry Mathematics
03 NOV

Two green research ideas receive funding

DTU Chemistry has received funding for two green research ideas. Both projects have high ambitions for exploiting energy sources in a more efficient way. 

The new carbon capture method uses a so-called ionic liquid bound in a solid material, as shown in the picture. The material acts as a sponge that can absorb CO2.
12 OCT

DTU researchers are testing new carbon capture method

Carbon capture today is mainly based on chemicals in liquid form. Now, researchers are testing carbon capture in a solid material.  

Chemistry Catalysis Energy Energy systems
Erling H. Stenby. Foto: DTU Kemi
22 SEP

Head of Department at DTU Chemistry receives international award

Erling H. Stenby, Head of Department at DTU Chemistry, is awarded the “2021 SPE Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty" for his scientific...

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