53 Works

Diversity, equity, and inclusion in engineering education: an exploration of European higher education institutions’ strategic frameworks, resources, and initiatives

I. Direito, Shannon Chance, L. Clemmensen, S. Craps, S.B. Economides, S.R. Isaac, A.M. Jolly, F.R. Truscott & N. Wint

The digital foodscape and non-communicable diseases. Analysis of the risk factors of meal delivery applications in Denmark. DTU Skylab Foodlab Report 2021-01

Ristil Emma Skovgaard, Roberto Flore & Josef Oehmen

Hvordan løser vi verdens store problemer?

Steen Rasmussen, Oliver Ekberg & Kristina Korsholm

Advancements in osmosis- and pressure driven membrane separation processes - Optimizations of membrane module designs through computational fluid dynamics

Fynn Jerome Aschmoneit
Water stress affects an increasing part of the world population. In 2019, 2 billion people were estimated to live in water stressed countries, and around 30% of the world population doesn’t have access to save drinking water. Potable water production through water treatment is therefore essential for counteracting water stress and securing the supply of clean water. However, water treatment is energy intensive and exhibits a significant environmental impact. The energy-efficient treatment of water is...

Smarte antistoffer kan føre til bedre behandlingsmetoder

Rasmus Wied Pedersen, Line Ledsgaard, Charlotte RIMBAULT & Christoffer Sørensen

Sådan undgår Viktor Axelsen nye ankelskader i jagten på OL-guld

Filip Gertz Lysdal

Dansk fysikstuderende løser gåde om sorte huller

Peter Laursen

The effect of temperature on appetite in fish

Fredrik Jutfelt, Tommy Norin, Eirik Åsheim, Lauren Rowsey, Anna Andreassen, Rachael Morgan, Timothy Clark & Ben Speers-Roesch
Temperature has a dramatic effect on the physiology of ectothermic animals, impacting most of their biology. When temperatures increase above optimal for an animal, their growth gradually decreases. The main mechanism behind this growth rate reduction is unknown. Here, we suggest the ‘aerobic scope protection’ hypothesis as a mechanistic explanation for the reduction in growth. After a meal, metabolic rate, and hence oxygen consumption rate, transiently increases in a process called specific dynamic action (SDA)....

The biomolecular characterisation of a finger ring contextually dated to the emergence of the Early Neolithic from Syltholm, Denmark

Theis Jensen, Meaghan Mackie, Alberto Taurozzi, Liam Lannigan, Carsten Gundelach, Jesper Olsen, Søren Sørensen, Matthew Collins, Mikkel Sørensen & Hannes Schroeder
We present the analysis of an osseous finger ring from a predominantly early Neolithic context in Denmark. To characterise the artefact and identify the raw material used for its manufacture, we performed micro-computed tomography (Micro CT) scanning, zooarchaeology by mass spectrometry (ZooMS) peptide mass fingerprinting, as well as protein sequencing by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS). We conclude that the ring was made from long bone or antler due to the presence of osteons...

Gå i Andreas Mogensens fodspor på jagt efter mystiske kæmpelyn

Carol Anne Oxborrow

Sådan kan forbedrede ventilationsforhold genåbne Danmark helt

Christian Michel Sørup, Daniel Alberto Sepúlveda Estay & Thorkild I.A. Sørensen

Climate change-driven loss of cultural heritage in developed countries

Daniel Puig

Før gjorde beskidt vand os syge – nu er fjenden dårlig luft: Helt ny tilgang til indeklima er et must

Peter V. Nielsen & Pawel Wargocki

Processed airborne radio-echo sounding data from the POLARGAP survey covering the South Pole, and Foundation and Recovery Glaciers, East Antarctica (2015/2016)

Fausto Ferraccioli, Rene Forsberg, Kenichi Matsuoka, Arne Olesen, Tom Jordan, Hugh Corr, Carl Robinson & Jack Kohler
During the austral summer of 2015/16, a major international collaboration funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) and with in-kind contribution from the British Antarctic Survey, the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), the Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI) and the US National Science Foundation (NSF), acquired ~38,000 line km of aerogeophysical data. The primary objective of the POLARGAP campaign was to carry out an airborne gravity survey covering the southern polar gap of the ESA gravity...

Tang på tallerkenen: Danske forskere fjerner afgørende forhindring

Cecilie Wirenfeldt Nielsen

I skyggen af COVID-19 kæmper dit immunforsvar mod infektioner som influenza og RS-virus

Julie Hagedorn Thomsen & Kristoffer Haurum Johansen

Enhanced Frequency Control Capability from Wind Turbines and Farms

Liang Lu

'Feriens farligste slanger' #7: Costa del Sol

Casey Xiangyou Meng & Christoffer Sørensen

Indoor temperature - office work performance database

Jose Ali Porras-Salazar, Stefano Schiavon, Pawel Wargocki, Toby Cheung & Kwok Wai Tham
The objective of developing this database was to summarise all relevant published studies that have linked the thermal environment to office work performance within the most representative temperature range for office buildings (20 °C to 30 °C). We conducted a comprehensive literature review and collected the relevant published data into our database. A variety of combinations of keywords including temperature, thermal sensation, work, cognitive, and task performance, and office and commercial buildings, were used. In...

Kajakroeren Emma Jørgensen er Danmarks største guldhåb – hvad gør hende så god?

Kent Klitgaard & Filip Gertz Lysdal

Generic Multi-Frequency Modelling and Model Validation Methods for Converter-Based Renewable Energy Generators

Behnam Nouri

High Reynolds number Airfoil Experiments

Janik Kiefer

Green & Black-starting HVDC-connected Offshore Wind Power Plants

Anubhav Jain

Forskere kortlægger seks pejlemærker til det gode hjemmearbejde

Christine Ipsen, Kathrin Kirchner & John Paulin Hansen

The battle between harvest and natural selection creates small and shy fish

Christopher Monk, Dorte Bekkevold, Thomas Klefoth, Thilo Pagel, Miquel Palmer & Robert Arlinghaus
Harvest of fish and wildlife, both commercial and recreational, is a selective force that can induce evolutionary changes to life-history and behaviour. Natural selective forces may create countering selection pressures. Assessing natural fitness represents a considerable challenge in broadcast spawners. Thus, our understanding of the relative strength of natural and fisheries selection is slim. In the field, we compared the strength and shape of harvest selection to natural selection on body size over four years...

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  • Technical University of Denmark
  • University of Copenhagen
  • British Antarctic Survey
  • Norwegian Polar Institute
  • Aalborg University
  • University of Gothenburg
  • Swansea University
  • Deutsches Museum
  • Universität Hamburg
  • Linnaeus University