The General Engineering Bachelor programme, taught in English, is for the second year in a row the most sought after study at DTU.
Professor Peter Kjeldsen introduces the BIOCOVER technology that is used for reducing the greenhouse gas emissions from old landfills.
Senior researcher Andreas Ibrom explains why the land atmosphere interactions are important for the climate changes.
Professor Charlotte Scheutz explains how to measure greenhouse gas emissions from environmental facilities.
Japan-Denmark Workshop on Biomass research
March the 8th – 9th 2017
At Technical University of Denmark, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
Tove Larsen from Eawag, the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, is appointed Adjunct Professor at DTU Environment.
Professor Thomas Lars Andresen, Head of DTU Nanotech , receives one out of five EliteForsk awards. At the same time, four PhD students from DTU are awarded EliteForsk...
Associate professor Claus Hélix-Nielsen presents how membranes can be used in water treatment and especially for purifying water.