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16 OCT

Water utilities’ plans to make water soft no simple feat

Drinking water in the Danish capital has very high calcium levels. Centralized water softening could therefore be an advantage. Following extensive investigations by DTU...

Water supply
10 OCT

22 new H.C. Ørsted fellows

DTU recently welcomed 22 highly talented researchers who have been granted a H.C. Ørsted COFUND fellowship. The 22 researchers come from all over the world and will spend...

09 OCT

Drone offers new possibilities for climate proofing of watercourses

In future, watercourse measurements will be carried out by drones. Drones will give more precise information for monitoring watercourses and thus better climate proofing...

Earth sciences Mapping and surveying
05 OCT

Grundfos Prize awarded to the world’s leading researcher within conversion of...

Professor Irini Angelidaki receives the prestigious Grundfos Prize for 2017 for her many years of research into using microorganisms for energy and other products.

Bioenergy Environment and pollution Energy
14 SEP

Winners of Colding Award 2017 and Course of the Year

Every year DTU Environment celebrates the Colding Award with prizes for "Course of the Year", "Best MSc Thesis" and "Best Bachelor Project". The Colding Award is...

14 SEP

International recognition for nanosafety course

The leading scientific journal nature nanotechnology has published an article about a course in nanosafety at DTU.

28 AUG

How does climate change affect groundwater?

The exchange of CO 2 and oxygen between the atmosphere and the groundwater is an important part of the water cycle. But no one knows how climate change affects groundwater...

Environment and pollution

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