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Your organic waste will be upcycled to fertilise fields
Unusual sex chromosomes of platypus, emu and duck
How Earth’s oddest mammal got to be so bizarre
DTU is Part of a New National Centre for Digital Technologies
We want people to choose green
Danish and Chinese tongues taste broccoli and chocolate differently
Droughts, viruses and road networks: Trends that will impact our forests
Can an abundant green mineral solve our climate crisis? Exploring power of Olivine
Three ERC Consolidator Grants to DTU researchers
New research questions myth of elderly widower: of course grandpa cooks
Ever-elusive riddle: What’s best way to cut Christmas cookies?
Statistician studies effects of weather and air pollution in transmission of COVID-19
Better diabetes treatment: New insulin molecule can self-regulate blood sugar
Prehistoric hunters from North Sea used human bones as weapons
New diagnostic model to help speed up treatment of children with cancer
New research reveals ‘megatrends’ that will affect forests in next decade
New book provides rare insights into a Mesopotamian medical practitioner’s education
DKK 25 M to develop recombinant snakebite antivenom
Greenland outlet glaciers may be melting faster than predicted
A New Species of Rare Phylum Loricifera Discovered in Deep-sea Surrounding Japan
Bed dust microorganisms may boost children’s health
New understanding of mobility paves way for tomorrow’s transport systems
Timeless, complimentary taste of oysters and champagne-explained
Skewed gut flora is one cause of asthma among children delivered by C-section
Giant study reveals evolution of birds from dinosaurs to present day
Protein from green biomass without taste of cowshed
Hidden Reason Children Born by C-Section Are More Likely to Develop Asthma
UB takes part in genome sequencing of all birds worldwide
VEIL.AI enables safe use of sensitive health data
Sådan blev mos en af de mest udbredte planter på kloden
Researchers join €10m project examining cultural and climate change across Europe
Big interdisciplinary project to reveal patterns of migration
Muscle Pain and Energy-Rich Blood: Cholesterol Medicine Affects Organs Differently
Surprised researchers: Number of leopards in northern China on rise
Researchers solve long-standing ‘protein paradox’ and suggest way to exploit cancer weakness
Artificial intelligence reveals hundreds of millions of trees in Sahara
A deadly long-distance hunter: DNA study reveals new insights about scimitar-toothed cat
Volcanic eruptions may explain Denmark’s giant mystery crystals
Historic matriculation at UCPH accompanied by a Danish pop sensation
Groundbreaking research into solar energy technology develops through new EU-project
Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard appointed professor by special appointment of Dynamics of Crime and Violence
Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard appointed professor by special appointment of Dynamics of Crime and Violence
“New” lactic acid bacteria can make African camel milk safe
Coronavirus Uses Heparan Sulfate to Get Inside Cells
Artificial Intelligence Detects Arthritis Before it Develops
A computer predicts your thoughts, creating images based on them
Study provides molecular look at how healthy muscle adapts to exercise
Hormone Glucagon May be a Warning Light for Diabetes