A University of Copenhagen chemist has invented a cutting-edge green technology that uses CO2 to convert seawater into drinking water — within minutes
Researchers from the University of Copenhagen and biotech firm Gubra have developed a new insulin molecule that will make blood sugar regulation both easier and safer for those with type 1 diabetes.
Sorting huge amounts of data is a bottleneck in protein research, a field that is crucial to make use of the gene-editing technology CRISPR and fully understand diseases like cancer, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Now, researchers at the University of Copenhagen have become the first in the world to employ artificial intelligence to do the heavy lifting — and do so in a way that can ensure common international standards while making advanced protein science more accessible.
Roughly one billion cars and trucks zoom about the world's roadways. Only a few run on hydrogen. This could change after a breakthrough achieved by researchers at the University of Copenhagen. The breakthrough? A new catalyst that can be used to produce cheaper and far more sustainable hydrogen powered vehicles.
Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have developed a new method that makes it possible to control human hormones and metabolism. One of the study’s perspectives suggests that the method could be used to develop more effective medicines to treat cancer and a range of metabolic disorders in the future.