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Playstation 4
24 FEB

PlayStation 4 transformed to diagnose skin dysfunction

In a new project at DTU Health Tech, Associate Professor Edwin En-Te Hwu will develop a new instrument to diagnose for example eczema in babies by assessing skin barrier...

Medicine and medico technology Medical equipment and systems Optics
3D printer component
12 FEB

Xbox hacked to create nanoscale 3D printer

Researchers from DTU Health Tech have repurposed an optical component from an Xbox gaming console to develop an affordable 3D printer that can print 3D objects with nano...

Medicine and medico technology Micro and nanotechnology Optics
Brain tumour
03 FEB

Improved cell therapy to benefit patients with brain cancer

With the support of Independent Research Fund Denmark, researchers from DTU Health Tech are developing a new type of cell therapy with the potential to save the lives of...

Medicine and medico technology Health and diseases Cells
Foto: Søren Kjeldgaard
03 FEB

Immune system T cells to be trained to remove cancer

Profile: Sine Reker Hadrup is trying to find methods to train the human immune system’s T-cells to locate and remove cancer cells more effectively. 

Health and diseases
26 JAN

DTU assists in the fight against coronavirus

The Center for Diagnostik DTU is now upgrading its efforts and examining all positive samples for the new variants.

Viruses Genes and genomes Health and diseases
19 JAN

3T MR scanner to DTU Health Tech

With the purchase of a new MR scanner dedicated to research purposes, DTU Health Tech will be among world-class universities in terms of bioimaging.

Medicine and medico technology Medical equipment and systems
old woman
19 JAN

Developing new technology for monitoring heart rhythm is a collaborative effort

In the project REAFEL, cardiologists, general practitioners (GPs), health tech researchers and engineers have gained from collaborating with each other during their efforts...

Medicine and medico technology Health and diseases Software and programming Computer calculations
Katharina Lahl
19 JAN

Fundamental biological knowledge is essential for better vaccines

We have talked to Associate Professor Katharina Lahl, head of the research group “Mucosal Immunity to Viruses” at DTU Health Tech, about her research, in which...

Health and diseases Cells Viruses
NIRScap
19 JAN

DTU researchers listen to patients

In order to become world-leading in the treatment of hearing and balance issues, Rigshospitalet has gathered facilities and expertise in the newly built north wing and...

Data analysis Hardware and components Hearing aids Hospital layout and design Electronics
Jan Arden kjær
19 JAN

Extremely accurate images of cancer cells secure the right treatment

A 10-20,000 fold enhancement of the MR-scanner’s signals makes it possible to follow the metabolism of a single cell and thereby analyse how aggressively cancer develops...

Electronics Image analysis Health and diseases Medical equipment and systems
19 JAN

New study programme targeted at biotech, pharma and food

Life Science Engineering is a new bachelor programme for students who want to explore the links between science and living systems. After a joint introductory course, students...

12 JAN

DTU-president visits 'corona engine room'

This year the President’s traditional New Year's greeting is sent from Lyngby Campus, where Anders Bjarklev talks to some of the colleagues who have played a major...

Foto Simon Fulgø
06 JAN

Intelligent alarm system helps Danish Covid-19 patients

A group of Danish researchers from Rigshospitalet, Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg Hospital and DTU Health Tech have developed a unique patient surveillance system with artificial...

Medicine and medico technology Information technology
2020
Illustration: Benny Box
15 DEC

New master’s degree in personalized medicine

New technology can be used to tailor treatments to the individual patient. However, for the potentials to be realized, qualified staff are needed. To this end, five Danish...

Foto: DTU
09 DEC

Three ERC Consolidator Grants to DTU researchers

DTU researchers receive three out of nine Danish Consolidator Grants from the European Research Council.

03 DEC

DTU spinout enters commercial agreement with VWR/Avantor

DTU spinout cphnano is entering a new chapter after signing an important agreement with the global research and life science supplier VWR/Avantor.

Kim Birnie-Gauvin with an 83 cm large sea trout—ready to be released in Villestrup Å stream after being tagged. Photo Jessica Desforges
30 NOV

PhD thesis of the year proves value of removing creek barriers

Kim Birnie-Gauvin from DTU Aqua received the PhD thesis of the Year Award at the annual PhD reception. Six other PhD graduates and the PhD supervisor of the year were also...

27 NOV

Medtech company from DTU raises substantial funding to improve cancer therapy

Nanovi, a medical spin-out company from DTU Department of Health Technology specialised in precision marking for better cancer therapy, has successfully completed...

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