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2020
Regranulate - plastic ground into smaller pieces. Photo by Christian Ove Carlsson.
21 OCT

How can we make plastic more sustainable?

All stages of plastics use, from processing to initial product and after-life will need to be taken into account for design of tomorrow’s plastic materials and to...

Polymers Materials Environment and pollution
2019
Photo: Christian Ove Carlsson
05 MAR

A new era of bio-based polymers

In a world of scarce resources, bio-based polymers have entered the scene, offering interesting new functionalities.

Polymers Environmental chemistry Innovation and product development
2018
Photo: NOV Flexibles
21 JUN

Recipe for deep ocean oil pipelines

The laboratories of National Oilwell Varco subject steel and advanced plastics to mistreatment to ensure that the finished pipes are up to the task of transporting oil...

Energy production Energy efficiency Fossil fuels Polymers
Professor Anne Ladegaard Skov. Photo: Christian Ove Carlsson
09 MAY

Anne Ladegaard Skov appointed professor

Head of the Danish Polymer Centre (DPC), Anne Ladegaard Skov, has been appointed professor in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering: Polymer Technology at DTU Chemical Engineering...

Polymers Hospital layout and design Medical equipment and systems Robot technology and automation
PET packaging—used for non-transparent soft drinks bottles—has so far bypassed the returnables systems and refuse bins because it has been time-consuming and expensive to recycle it. Photo: Jesse Wagstaff/Flickr
30 APR

New method can break down PET plastic with microwaves

In a large-scale project, researchers will reproduce PET packaging using sustainable microwave technology.

Materials Polymers Environment and pollution
2017
Photo: Steffen Pedersen
03 APR

Statoil Prize for research into artificial muscles

Anne Ladegaard Skov is awarded the Statoil Prize 2017 for her internationally recognized research into dielectric elastomers.

Electronics Electromagnetism Polymers
Bradley D. Olsen_MIT
27 JAN

Bradley D. Olsen gives lecture on polymer networks

Don't miss out as Associate Professor Bradley D. Olsen from the Department of Chemical Engineering at MIT gives this year's first Departmental Seminar at DTU Chemical Engineering...

Materials Polymers
Membrane by Piotr Mazurek - photo by Thorkild Christensen
27 JAN

Membrane can help patients with chronic wounds

Age. Obesity. Diabetes. Threats to our health that are both widespread and rising. They are also the most common causes for chronic wounds – not only painful to the...

Polymers Materials Medicine and medico technology
2016
Photo: Joachim Rode
27 DEC

Researcher by chance

Anne Ladegaard Skov, Associate Professor at DTU Chemical Engineering, has made a name for herself at a relatively young age as one of the world’s leading researchers...

Chemistry Materials Polymers
2015
Photo: Christian Ove Carlsson
16 OCT

Christine Malmos Perfeldt defended her PhD thesis

October 15, Christine Malmos Perfeldt defended her PhD thesis entitled “Inhibition of Gas Hydrate Formation by Antifreeze Proteins”. The project was part of...

Enzymes and proteins Energy production Fossil fuels Power stations Chemical engineering Polymers Environment and pollution

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