We focus our research on microbiology, cell biology, biotechnology, small molecule and protein chemistry, food technology, biomedicine and human health.
The Department's scientific staff are divided into a total of 14 research groups.
The departments' research activities covers three major research areas:
Microbial ecology and physiology, Biomedicine and health and Industrial biotechnology
Four state-of-the art technology Platforms support teaching and research activities at DTU Bioengineering
The Department of Biotechnology and Biomedicine addresses challenges of societal and scientific importance through basic and applied research in the areas of:
DTU Bioengineering hosts technology platforms providing state-of-the-art capabilities in fermentation and high-throughput screening, mass spectrometry based metabolomics, proteomics and genomics. The interdisciplinary approach to research is built upon teamwork, collaboration with other departments at DTU, national and international institutions and industries in the public and private sectors. Read more