Wind turbines are supposed to last about 20 to 25 years. Within that timeframe, repairs are regularly carried out. But how do you know when a certain component will fail?
Maersk aims to lead the way in decarbonizing the world's shipping container logistics with the construction of eight new ocean-going ships.
Researchers from the University of Copenhagen, among others, will develop a technology that provides us the experience of being hugged and caressed while communicating remotely.
Researchers are engineering a meat substitute that tastes and feels like the real thing. It's also sustainable as it adds no new agriculture.
A new prosthetic leg built for exercise mean an improved lifestyle for active amputees. Now, you don't have to be in the Olympics to have one.
Researchers from Technical University Denmark developed a tiny robot that can harvest valuable chemicals from plant cells.
A start-up in Denmark have developed an antenna that allows people, especially in poorer regions, to monetize off of their unused bandwidth.
Is oat milk really better than real milk for the environment? A climate footprint generator can tell you
Danish scientists have developed a climate footprint generator to help people with the environmental impact of their day to day decisions.
Lotus Microsystems have created ‘the world’s smallest power converter’ made of silicone and recently announced it is ready for market.
The factory from Haldor Topsøe is due to be completed in 2023. In the meantime, there is also close cooperation with the Saudi mega-project NEOM through the 'Dutch connection.'
In the future, this algorithm may eventually become a support tool for doctors, according to Danish researchers.
Denmark is building two energy hubs with a potential capacity of 12 gigawatts, including one on an artificial island in the North Sea.
According to a Danish scientist, forest conservation, agricultural development and poverty reduction are issues that are inextricably linked and therefore need to be tackled together.
The Synfuel project combines several technologies to make green fuel for the transport sector. Among other things, they make use of biomass and wind energy.
The new insulin molecule adapts to the diabetes patient's blood sugar levels. This reduces the need for type 1 diabetes patients to have to check their blood sugar levels.