100 years: Knowledge of the Spanish flu enhances our preparedness for future pandemics
Unique Danish data gives Professor Lone Simonsen an insight into how the Spanish Flu occurred 100 years ago. The insight helps to provide an impression of how future pandemics may behave.
New enzyme research boosts biofuel
New, efficient enzymes make it easier to turn corn stalks, straw and other agricultural waste into environmentally friendly fuel. In addition to climate benefits, the research represents a substantial export potential.
Mathematical model can improve depression diagnosis
Mathematical models can be used to develop new methods to diagnose e.g. depression, and the models can provide important information to help develop better forms of treatment.
November 29: IMFUFA-seminar on Computational screening of new materials
Join the IMFUFA seminar when Karsten Jacobsen (DTU) talks about Computational screening of new materials.
Anthropogenic substances threaten Danish coastal waters more than we think
The harmful effects of heavy metals and other toxins in the sea, such as pesticides, are underestimated, according to new research from Roskilde University.
Super-salmonella can make us smarter
Associate Professor Lotte Jelsbak has discovered a special variant of salmonella, which may be more dangerous than the common salmonella. It is therefore important to study the new variant.