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29 NOV

Talented master student receives Novo scholarship

Student at DTU Chemistry Tobias Nørby Hansen has been selected to receive the Novo Nordisk Foundation scholarship, which is awarded to the country's most talented master...

25 NOV

Young researcher receives multiple MDKK grants

Within just few weeks, Associate Professor Sophie Beeren has been awarded two major grants supporting her research at the interface of supramolecular chemistry and enzymology...

01 OCT

"I think chemistry is the most exciting subject in the world - it probably shows...

Professor Robert Madsen is one of the lecturers of the year—according to DTU students.

26 SEP

Scientists from DTU chemistry find new way to use molecular scaffolding

Scientists from DTU Chemistry find new way to use molecular scaffolding to manipulate enzymatic reactions, which could be used for efficient industrial processes.

20 SEP

Tech conference on digitization and green solutions

DTU is hosting the DTU High Tech Summit  – the largest university-driven tech conference in the Nordic region, focusing this year on digitization and sustainable solutions...

12 SEP

DTU researchers find new method for efficient production of methane

Researchers at DTU Chemistry and DTU Energy have found a new chemical method that can convert electricity, water, and CO₂ into methane gas. The method can be used to store...

Energy Chemistry
12 AUG

Young Danes shine at Chemistry Olympics

Uniquely, all four Danish participants were able to bring home medals from the 2019 Chemistry Olympics.

Chemistry
29 JUL

Opening the Door to Hybrid 2D Materials

For the first time, an organic and inorganic hybrid 2D material has been synthesized that combines the desirable properties of being electrically conductive and magnetic...

15 JUL

Making Metal Catalysis Affordable

Transition metal catalysis has revolutionized organic chemistry and will be instrumental for providing food and energy to the growing global population. However, the current...

05 JUL

Two new professors continue protein research

Pernille Harris and Günther H. J. Peters are appointed professors at DTU Chemistry.They will both continue the research into the properties of proteins, which is an important...

Chemistry

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