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2020
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...

A new Innovation Fund Denmark project will determine the exact points in the brain where magnetic stimulation will have the greatest treatment effect on the individual patient suffering from depression. photo Jesper Scheel
23 JAN

Magnetic stimulation for depression

Advanced software and magnetic stimulation of the brain aims to help patients suffering from depression.

Medicine and medico technology
Foto Colourbox
21 JAN

The world’s thinnest spectacle lenses

Researchers from DTU Health Tech are developing a so-called ThinLens technology to make ultra-light and ultra-thin prescription lenses.

13 JAN

DTU Health Tech expands its area of expertise

On 1 January 2020, 41 employees from recently closed DTU Nutech’s two sections Hevesy Lab and Dosimetry joined DTU Health Tech.

Radioactive pharmaceuticals and isotopes Medicine and medico technology
2019
Foto: Vibeke Hempler
13 DEC

DTU receives grant for advanced research equipment

The Novo Nordisk Foundation awards grants worth DKK 75 million for research infrastructures. Three of the six grants were awarded to DTU researchers.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Chemistry Medicine and medico technology
Lundbeck
12 DEC

Bold research ideas rewarded with millions

Earlier this year, when the Lundbeck Foundation opened for applications for a new research grant called LF Experiments they received 293 applications!

09 DEC

Advanced microscopy at a lower cost

New paper in Nature Communications

Light sources Optics
27 NOV

Magnetic stimulation for depression

A collaboration project will develop and test a new method for treatment-resistant depression

Health and diseases Medicine and medico technology
24 OCT

Axel Thielscher receives Ascending Investigator grant for brain stimulation research

Assoc Prof Axel Thielscher has received a DKK 5 million grant from Lundbeck Foundation for "Accurate Computational Dose Control for Transcranial Electric and Ultrasound...

Photo by Elvira Eberhardt
21 OCT

70 MDKK for MR scanning and insights into metabolic processes

Professor Jan Ardenkjær-Larsen from DTU Health Tech receives the prestigious ERC Synergy grant together with Professors in Physics Martin Plenio and Fedor Jelezko...

Health and diseases Medical equipment and systems Medicine and medico technology
Jørgen Arendt Jensen and Erik V. Thomsen. Photo by Jesper Scheel
21 OCT

73 MDKK for ultrasound in 4D

Jørgen Arendt Jensen and Erik Vilain Thomsen from DTU Health Tech receive the prestigious ERC Synergy grant, awarded to cross-disciplinary research projects. The...

Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Micro and nanotechnology
21 OCT

Danish Sound Award 2019 presented to Professor Torsten Dau

At Danish Sound Day 2019 on the 9th of October, Torsten Dau, professor at Danmarks Tekniske Universitet - DTU, was given this year’s Danish Sound Award (Dansk Lydpris...

Physiological modelling Medical equipment and systems Sound Health and diseases
16 OCT

DTU to strengthen collaboration with Australian University

A new partnership agreement between DTU and The University of Queensland strengthens research collaboration.

15 OCT

DTU MRI science and education promoted in Northeast Asia

Associate Professor Lars G. Hanson from DTU Healthtech teaches the principles of Magnetic Resonance to Chinese students.

Medicine and medico technology Medical equipment and systems Electromagnetism
12 OCT

New FET Open project will deliver safe MRI contrast agents

The HYPERMAG Center of Excellence is part of new FET Open collaboration AlternativesToGd.  

Medicine and medico technology Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases
Foto: Vibeke Hempler
11 OCT

DKK 144.5 million from the EU for health technology projects

On 11 October, the European Research Council (ERC) awarded new ERC Synergy grants. DTU participates in two of these, which have each been granted more than DKK 70 million...

Medical equipment and systems Image analysis Health and diseases
Jørgen Arendt Jensen
07 OCT

Professor Jørgen Arendt Jensen receives prestigious award

This years' IEEE Rayleigh Award was awarded to DTU Health Tech professor at the IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium in Glasgow.

Medicine and medico technology
04 OCT

DTU Innovators develop the world’s thinnest eyeglasses

Even very high power prescription glasses can become ultra thin when nanostructure features are laser printed onto its lenses.

26 SEP

Map of intestinal cells to help the chronically ill

Better knowledge about our intestinal cells can provide better treatment for diseases such as Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative colitis in the future. At DTU Health Tech...

Cells Health and diseases

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