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Villum Investigator grant to Professor Bo Brummerstedt Iversen (DKK 39,8 M) from Department of Chemistry and Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (INANO) to develop new materials. (Photo by Lars Kruse, AU)

2019.04.04 | iNano

VILLUM FONDEN grants DKK 39.8 M for developing dynamic crystallography

Professor Bo Brummerstedt Iversen from Department of Chemistry and Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO) has been selected as a Villum Investigator and receives DKK 39,8 M to develop new materials.

Dr. Hossein Mohammad-Beigi and Professor Daniel Otzen, Aarhus University,  shows that a specific and widely common strain of olives excels as a natural inhibitor of Parkinson’s disease progress. (Image: Colourbox.com)

2019.03.29 | iNano

Widely common olive species excel as natural inhibitor of Parkinson’s disease

The compositions of antioxidants in a certain species of olive fruits have been found to be superior in protection against Parkinson's disease. As Parkinson's disease is one of the most common neurodegenerative diseases, but still without a cure, this is an important finding on the way to combat this crippling condition.

Professor Daniel Otzen's group and collaborators publish in ACS Nano the impact of nanoparticle design on Parkinson's disease therapies. (Image: Colourbox)

2019.03.21 | iNano

Exploring the impact of nanoparticle design on Parkinson's disease therapies

AU researchers, Daniel Otzen, Hossein Mohammad-Beigi, and Cagla Sahin and collaborators publish in ACS Nano on how the design of nanoparticles have a crucial role in the inhibition of alpha-synuclein fibrillation and the progress of Parkinson’s Disease, accordingly.

Associate Professors Alexander Zelikin and his research team publish in Advanced Science on macromolecular prodrugs based on marketed antiviral nucleoside analogues. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto)

2019.03.07 | iNano

Zelikin laboratories publish in Advanced Science on nature‐inspired scaffold for macromolecular prodrugs

Researchers at Aarhus University offer a new prospect on nucleic acids as a unique scaffold for macro-molecular prodrugs. With a natural mechanism for drug release they are foreseen to hold immense promise for targeted drug delivery.

Morten Foss collaborates with Elos Medtech on Grand Solution project funded by Innovation Fund Denmark. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo)

2019.02.08 | iNano

Intersectoral project on eliminating the unwanted metallic shine of dental implants

Senior scientist Morten Foss (iNANO) collaborates with Elos Medtech and Technical University of Denmark (DTU) on developing dental titanium implants with aesthetic white surfaces. Innovation Fund Denmark invests in the dental surface project with the Grand Solutions programme.

Professor Troels Skrydstrup receives Semper Ardens grant from the Carlsberg Foundation for improving plastics recycling. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo)

2019.02.01 | iNano

Funding for research in improving plastics recycling

Over one third of the plastics produced are used only once and then discarded. The majority of these plastics end up in landfills and our oceans. Professor Troels Skrydstrup has been awarded a Semper Ardens grant for developing new means to deconstruct some of the most commonly used plastics, which can then be exploited again as new useful plastic.

Professor Birgit Schiøtt receives DKK 6.6 million for digital infrastructure platform. (Photo: Lars Kruse)

2019.01.31 | iNano

DKK 6.6 m for biomolecular simulations

Professor Birgit Schiøtt (Department of Chemistry and iNANO) has received DKK 6.6 million (EUR 0.9 million) to establish a digital infrastructure platform to make simulations of complex biological systems.

Professor Flemming Besenbacher, iNANO's founder, receives The Fortune Award for Circular Economy Leadership 2019. (Archive photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo).

2019.01.23 | iNano

Professor Flemming Besenbacher receives distinguished honor

The Fortune Award for Circular Economy Leadership 2019 has been given to iNANO's founder Professor Flemming Besenbacher for his great commitment to promoting circular economy in Denmark and internationally.

AU researchers from Department of Chemistry and iNANO discover new methodology for localized delivery of antibacterial agents to the surface of metallic implants (Cover by Chemical Communications)
Associate Professors Alexander Zelikin and Rikke Louise Meyer collaborate on interdisciplinary findings combining the fields of biology and chemistry in localized synthesis of antibacterial drugs at metallic implants. (Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto)

2019.01.11 | iNano

Meyer and Zelikin laboratories featured on the cover of Chemical Communications

Interdisciplinary research by AU scientists combines the fields of chemistry and biology in fighting bacterial infections locally on metallic implants by exploiting a build-in feature. The work is highlighted on the cover of the journal ChemComm.

Flemming Besenbacher receives the title of Commander of the order of Dannebrog. (Private photo by courtesy of Flemming Besenbacher)

2019.01.08 | iNano

Professor Flemming Besenbacher receives royal honor

On November 2, 2018, Professor Flemming Besenbacher received the title of Commander of the Order of Dannebrog.

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