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DTU leads discovery of almost 100 exoplanets
An international team of scientists lead by a PhD student at DTU Space have just confirmed finding nearly 100 new exoplanets. Based on data from NASA’s K2 mission an international team of scientists have just confirmed nearly 100 new exoplanets, planets located outside our solar system. This brings the total number of new exoplanets found with the K2 mission up to almost 300. The new results are to be published in the Astronomical...
Strategies of multidrug-resistant chronic infections
A new study published in Cell Press finds that antibiotic treatment of chronic infections can be optimised by targeting vulnerabilities of antibiotic-resistant pathogens paving the way for more effective treatment strategies. Antibiotic-resistant Pseudomonas infections in cystic fibrosis patients show predictable sensitivities to other classes of antibiotics.
Method prints colours that will not fade
A team of researchers at the Technical University of Denmark has developed a way to print colours onto a surface without using ink and which will not fade. In their paper published in the open-access journal Sciences Advances, the group describes the inspiration for their approach, how it works, their results and the one thing they still need to solve before their technique can be industrialised.
Looking for a greener future with industrial CT
High flux CT (computed tomography) equipment has been purchased from Nikon Metrology, to investigate energy-related materials non-destructively, such as those found in batteries, electrolysis cells and fuel cells. DTU Energy, the department of energy conversion and storage that is part of the Technical University of Denmark, will use the high energy, 225kV, microfocus source to penetrate dense samples in the search for suitable materials to devel...