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Tomorrow's control room | Automated harvest | Pitch battle winner

Tomorrow's control room | Automated harvest | Pitch battle winner

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The world’s first technology in implementing temperature measurements in a microwave oven will form the basis for a whole new way of using the oven. Read more
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The combine harvester, or simply combine, is a highly complex agricultural machine that performs several different types of tasks simultaneously. Read more
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For each litre of oil extracted from the North Sea, 10 litres of water must be pumped into the underground.     Read more
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Finnur Pind, industrial PhD student at Henning Larsen, won this years pitch battle with his application "Architecture & Acoustics: An improved design... Read more
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PowerLabDK recently started testing a Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolyzer for European Electricity Grid Service Markets. Read more

Calendar - Events and PhD defences
Check out our department calendar. Read more
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