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Sarah Ruepp, Associate Professor at DTU Fotonik, receives the Elektron Award 2020. In this photo she exhibits an IoT-based tracker prototype. Photo: Jesper Scheel.
30 NOV

Internet of Things-researcher receives this year's AEG Elektron Award

She is a driving force in education and research of the Internet of Things. Associate Professor Sarah Ruepp, DTU Fotonik, receives the AEG Elektronfondens Elektron Award...

Information technology IT systems Energy efficiency Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Physics
Chief physician and clinical associate professor at the Department of Dermatology at Bispebjerg Hospital Mette Mogensen (right) works with DTU Fotonik researcher Niels Møller Israelsen (center) to provide faster cancer diagnoses using imaging. Here, one of the Department of Dermatology's research nurses is being scanned.
22 OCT

The laser-researcher is there at the first cancer test

Collaboration between DTU Fotonik and the Department of Dermatology at Bispebjerg Hospital has led to health technology that can provide a faster skin cancer diagnosis

Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Lasers
18 SEP

Ultraviolet lys kan mindske brug af antibiotika hos tandlægen

De bakteriedræbende egenskaber i ultraviolet lys kan udnyttes til at begrænse forbruget af antibiotika ved behandling af f.eks. inficerede rodkanaler.

Lasers Optics Medicine and medico technology
2019
Foto Vibeke Hempler
19 NOV

18,5 mio. fra Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond til tre forskere

Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond uddeler 208 mio. kr. til 35 yngre forskere med originale idéer og høje ambitioner. Tre er fra DTU.

Cells Biological systems Electronics Optics Nanomedicine Health and diseases

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