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Darius Rohani - New app to promote beneficial behaviour for depressed people
21 OCT

New app to promote beneficial behaviour for depressed people

Researchers at DTU Health Tech have developed an app that recommends personalized activities to help patients with depression feel better through healthy activities.

Medicine and medico technology Data analysis Software and programming
Tao Zheng - Nanoagents fight brain cancer
20 OCT

Nanoagents fight brain cancer

DTU Health Tech researchers lead by Associate Professor Yi Sun have constructed a new type of nanoagent to suppress glioblastoma – a common type of tumour originating...

Medicine and medico technology Nanomedicine
Heart on a chip
15 OCT

Promising new therapies for heart attacks identified

Researchers from Harvard University and DTU Health Tech have discovered that tiny vesicles travelling between cells provide protection against heart attacks

Medicine and medico technology Artificial organs
23 SEP

New technology causes body to fight cancer at full strength

Researchers at DTU Health Tech have found a way to break down the defence mechanisms that cancer cells use to slow down the immune system, and then restart the body&rsquo...

Medicine and medico technology
TRAP device
16 SEP

Samples from the small intestine provide more knowledge

Researchers from DTU Health Tech have developed a system for sampling bacteria from the small intestine to provide more knowledge about our digestive system, and how it...

Medicine and medico technology
Foto: Bax Lindhardt
09 SEP

DTU ranked number two in research world ranking

In the new World University Research Rankings 2020 which focuses on three core areas of university research, DTU ranks second in the world and number one in Europe.

Foto Bax Lindhardt
07 SEP

DTU gears up to perform 10,000 covid-19 tests a day

DTU has entered into an agreement with the Capital Region of Denmark on providing laboratory responses to 10,000 covid-19 samples daily. This amounts to a third of all...

26 AUG

Smart sock from DTU aims to monitor blood clot symptoms

Researchers from DTU are developing a non-invasive device that can monitor symptoms of a potential blood clot cheap and efficiently with novel IoT and sensor technology...

Scientific Advances
20 AUG

New liquid marker system helps medical doctors optimize precision in surgery and...

A research team headed by DTU Health Tech bridges diagnostic advances and therapeutic procedures.

Medicine and medico technology Health and diseases
10 AUG

Project at Health Tech aims to monitor drugs in cancer patients

Researchers from DTU Health Tech are developing a miniaturized tabletop device that can perform therapeutic drug monitoring on a single drop of blood in a matter of minutes...

01 JUL

Centre for Diagnostics and BioFacility become part of DTU Health Tech

To gather DTU’s expertise within diagnostics, Centre for Diagnostics is included in DTU Health Tech from 1 July 2020. Likewise, due to the embedded synergies, BioFacility...

Medicine and medico technology
25 JUN

Machine learning predicts side effects from chemotherapy

In collaboration with Rigshospitalet, researchers from DTU Health Technology have developed a machine learning model that can predict chemotherapy-associated nephrotoxicity...

Medicine and medico technology Data analysis
Photo by Jonathan Weimar
24 JUN

DTU spin-out releases a COVID-19 antibody test providing lab-grade accuracy in...

BluSense Diagnostics has CE-marked its blood test for the detection of the antibodies, which identifies if a person has had the coronavirus infection (COVID-19). ViroTrack...

04 JUN

Two NERD grants to DTU Health Tech researchers

Two researchers at DTU Health Tech receive 13 and 12.5 MDKK from the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s new programme NERD.

Medicine and medico technology Medical equipment and systems Optics Magnets Quantum theory and atomic physics
Foto Bax Lindhardt
02 JUN

COVID-19 tests 14 hours a day, 7 days a week

Since the beginning of April, intensive work has been done to set up a testing line at DTU aimed at increasing the COVID-19 test capacity in the Capital Region of Denmark...

02 JUN

Podcast - Head of Innovation Stine Kruse talks innovation in healthcare

Head of Innovation at DTU Health Tech, Stine Kruse, talks about innovation in healthcare in the podcast ”Sundhedsvisioner'.

02 JUN

New knowledge about our immune system provided by novel technique

New unique techniques for investigating our intestinal immune system can lead to new possibilities for treatment of chronic intestinal diseases.

Medicine and medico technology Cells
26 MAY

DTU Health Tech receives three grants from the Independent Research Fund Denmark

Three researchers have managed to get through the eye of the needle and have received funding for their projects from the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Medicine and medico technology
Postdoc Arthur César Pinon
25 MAY

Non-toxic contrast agent to enhance MRI scanning sensitivity

Researchers at DTU Health Tech have developed a new water-based high contrast alternative technique for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Health and diseases Medical equipment and systems
13 MAY

Measuring nanoparticles in a salt gradient could be a step towards new types of...

Researchers from DTU Health Tech have shown how to measure the size and surface charge of nanoparticles with something as simple as table salt.

Health and diseases

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