Illustration: Claus Lunau
21 SEP

How agricultural sector can capture and store CO2

Using pyrolysis, straw and liquid manure can be heated to very high temperatures and become biocoal and gas. The biocoal can be spread on fields and be stored for hundreds...

Photo: Colourbox
06 SEP

New waste technology to reduce CO2 emissions

A new Innovation Fund Denmark project will develop technology that reduces CO2 emissions from cement factories and delivers fuel with a low CO2 footprint.

John Villadsen
27 JUL

Obituary: John Villadsen

We have lost a great and inspiring chemical engineer, and a good friend.

Waste dump. Photo by Colourbox.
29 JUN

Sustainable development through chemical engineering education in Sri Lanka

An international collaboration between nine universities across Europe and in Sri Lanka seeks to contribute to waste management education in Sri Lanka.

Photo: Shaun Dakin_Unsplash
28 MAY

100 players have developed roadmap for green fuels

More than 100 different companies, cluster organizations, and knowledge institutions have joined forces to outline a path for the development of the green fuels of tomorrow...

26 APR

Large EU project to develop carbon capture technologies

In a new Horizon 2020 project, DTU will lead demonstration projects involving new electricity-based technologies for carbon capture, use and storage.

Graduate School Yearbook 2020
26 APR

The 2020 edition of the Graduate School Yearbook is out now

Immerse yourself in the many exciting PhD projects going on at DTU Chemical Engineering in our annual Graduate School Yearbook.

22 APR

ERC Advanced Grant to understand enzyme stability

A new ERC project aims to improve our understanding of enzyme stability and broaden the field of potential applications for biocatalysis.  

Biotechnology and biochemistry Enzymes and proteins Organic chemistry
Green chemical production using ecological control strategies. Illustration by Helena Junicke.
07 APR

Microbial mixed cultures can produce sustainable biobutanol

Chemical production and energy supply are still heavily dependent on fossil raw materials. However, bio-based production systems are now paving the way for a potential...

Foto: Shaun_Dakin_Unplash
12 MAR

Large CO2 gains obtainable from ocean-going ships

Environmentally and climate-friendly solutions from Danish ships sailing in foreign waters can contribute to the green transition of Denmark. But it requires cross-sectoral...

Environment and pollution

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