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Professor Jørgen Kjems is awarded the Novo Nordisk Prize 2018. (Photo: Novo Nordisk Fonden)

2018.01.31 | iNano

AU Professor awarded the Novo Nordisk Prize 2018

Professor at Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics and iNANO Jørgen Kjems is receiving the 2018 Novo Nordisk Prize for his pioneering interdisciplinary studies of how RNA, the biological cousin of DNA, plays a key role in regulating cells and has enormous future potential in treating disease.

Graphics: Thomas Boesen

2018.01.24 | iNano

Nordic network in Nobel Prize–winning technology

A new Danish-Swedish research alliance wants to advance understanding of how biological molecules look and behave. With support from the Novo Nordisk Foundation and the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, scientists at four universities in Denmark and Sweden will join forces to create a Nordic network in cryo-electron microscopy, whose…

Professor Kurt V. Gothelf, iNANO and Department of Chemistry, will head the new Center for Multifunctional Biomolecular Drug Design (CEMBID). (Foto: Lars Svankjær).

2018.01.18 | Research News

Millions to develop multi-functional drugs

Professor Kurt V. Gothelf has received DKK 60 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation Challenge Programme to establish the Center for Multifunctional Biomolecular Drug Design (CEMBID) at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO) at Aarhus University.

A 3D model of the new DNA origami nanodevice - named "DNA Vault" - that can enclose an enzyme and regulate its catalytic activity. Graphics: Guido Grossi

2018.01.18 | iNano

New paper in Nature Communications on DNA origami nanostructures to control enzymes.

The research group of Assoc. Prof. Ebbe S. Andersen has recently published a paper entitled "Control of enzyme reactions by a reconfigurable DNA nanovault".

(Photo: Colourbox)

2018.01.15 | iNano

Breakthrough in solar driven organic synthesis using cheap catalyst

Researchers from the groups of Flemming Besenbacher and Nina Lock at the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO) at Aarhus University and Synfuels China Technology Co. Ltd. demonstrate the commercial potential of solar driven N-N coupling reactions in a new study published in Nature Communications.

Mikkel Kongsfelt, Founder and CEO at RadiSurf, talking at iNANO Alumni Day 2017 (Photo: Martin Gravgaard).
Trolle Linderoth talking at iNANO Alumni Day 2017 (Photo: Martin Gravgaard).
Mads Ry Jørgensen talking at iNANO Alumni Day 2017 (Photo: Martin Gravgaard).
Niels Wardinghus Bøje (right) telling about his career at Arla Foods Ingredients at iNANO Alumni Day 2017 (Photo: Martin Gravgaard).
Thomas Andersen (to the left of centre) telling about his career at Illumina at iNANO Alumni Day 2017 Photo: Martin Gravgaard).

2017.12.03 | iNano, Alumni

iNANO Alumni Day 2017 - iNANO celebrating 10 years of Nanoscience alumni

Former and current Nanoscience students were gathered at iNANO Alumni Day 2017 where iNANO, together with former Nanoscience alumni, displayed the wide-ranging versatility of nanoscience graduates

2017.12.01 | iNano

CADIAC develops new way of catalysing reactions with carbon monoxide (CO)

The Skrydstrup group publishes in Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed. describing a new catalytic reaction with carbon monoxide

2017.11.23 | iNano

iNANO researcher receives Sapere Aude grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research

Assoc. prof. Martin Bremholm's has been awarded 5.9 m for the original research ideas and ambitions as research leaders in the project proposal "Advanced materials under pressure: Squeezed for information and into new structures".

2017.11.16 | iNano

PhD student from iNANO receives American Vacuum Society award

Congratulations to Jakob Fester who receives Young Scientist Competition award at the AVS 64th International Symposium & Exhibition in Tampa, Florida

Opening of Center for Cellular Signal Patterns headed by head of center Jørgen Kjems. (Photo: Lise R. L. Pedersen)

2017.11.09 | iNano

Opening of Center for Cellular Signal Patterns headed by head of center Jørgen Kjems

On Wednesday, November 1, the kick-off of the new Center for Cellular Signal Patterns (CellPAT) took place, which is one of 10 new centers that received grants from the Danish National Research Foundation’s 9th application round. The center is housed at iNANO, Aarhus University, under the leadership of Professor Jørgen Kjems.

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