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2021
Tang fra Grønland. Foto: Katharina Johanna Kreissig, DTU Fødevareinstituttet
10 JUN

Greenlandic seaweed, a sustainable alternative to imported greens

Seaweed grown in Greenland is a safe, healthy and sustainable food source that could replace up to 20% of the country’s import of vegetables, according to a study...

Food, fish and agriculture Health and diseases
ESA
23 MAR

New technology aims to find illegal ships

DTU and Gatehouse, a data and analysis company, are jointly developing a technological solution that makes it easier to monitor Arctic waters.

Earth observation Satelittes Space technology and instruments
Peter Aagaard Brixen
23 MAR

What will happen when the permafrost melts?

Greenland’s first highway—between Kangerlussuaq and Sisimiut—is being built to monitor the impact of climate change.

Polar research Climate change Ice research
Marja Koski
23 MAR

Can we measure the effects of climate change in the Arctic?

In autumn 2020, an international research team was stationed in the sea west of Greenland to investigate how climate change affects ecosystems in the Arctic.

Climate change Ice research Polar research
Skibsingeniørfirmaet Knud E. Hansen
23 MAR

New Arctic research ship on the way

In autumn 2020, government funding for a new ocean-going research ship finally fell into place. This will replace Dana IV, Denmark’s only marine research ship that...

Ice research Polar research
DTU Space
23 MAR

Ice melting at increasing rate

All measurements of the Greenland ice sheet indicate it is melting faster than previously thought.

Polar research Ice research
Isabella Askjær Gaarde Lorenzen
23 MAR

Engineers with Arctic competences sought after

High demand for graduates from the Bachelor of Engineering in Arctic Civil Engineering programme

Building construction
Getty Images
23 MAR

For the benefit of society - also in the Arctic

Arctic DTU is the gateway to DTU’s activities in the Arctic region. In the coming years, the centre will promote cooperation with other Arctic research and education...

Polar research
Peter Aagaard Brixen
23 MAR

DTU tests new principles for Arctic construction

In the largest construction research project in Greenland to date, DTU is exploring traditional and new ways of building in an Arctic climate.

Bridge constructions Building design Polar research
2020
Prøvehuset ligger på en klippetop i Nuuk. Foto: Peter Aagaard Brixen
15 SEP

Test house marks milestone for Arctic construction research project

The opening of DTU’s test house in Nuuk marks a milestone in the largest Danish construction research project in the Arctic

Construction materials Building design Building construction Indoor climate

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