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2017.11.07 | iNano

Massive investment in beer research and artificial intelligence

Scientists at iNANO, Aarhus University, are collaborating with Carlsberg, Microsoft and DTU on a research study with the purpose of measuring and sensing flavours and aromas in beer. The project aims at establishing a sensor platform that reduces time and cost to develop new beers with diverse flavours based on the most advanced services and…

2017.11.01 | iNano

(B)reaking (B)onds - diboron reagents reducing water to hydrogen (H2)

Skrydstrup Group publishes in Angewandte Chemie International Edition about the efficient reduction of water to dihydrogen by using diboron compounds

2017.10.30 | iNano

Why do physicists blur their images before showing them to biologists?

How can cartoon images aid in understanding bacterial biological processes? How did Hollywood contribute to quantum physics? How do aesthetics, art, and design influence scientific visualization and vice versa? These are just some of the questions that a new book raises. Ebbe Sloth Andersen and Ditte Høyer Engholm from iNANO are co-authors of the…

PhD Steffan K. Kristensen, Assoc. Prof. Anders Lindhardt and Prof. Troels Skrydstrup publish results from a project under BIOVALUE SPIR funded by Innovation Fund Denmark.

2017.10.26 | iNano

Simple and safe method for using prussic acid as a precursor for valuable chemical compounds

Researchers from professor Troels Skrydstrup group publish new paper in Chemical Science describing a more safe and simple setting for performing chemical reactions with the highly toxic and explosive hydrogen cyanide

Dr. Ilenia Manuguerra, Dr. Xiangyuan Oyuang and Dr. Sarah Helmig each publish their findings in connection to construction of DNA nanostructures.

2017.09.29 | iNano

Three new papers on DNA-based nanostructures and functions

Structural DNA nanotechnology is about using oligonucleotides as structural building material to create shapes and patterns with nanometer-scale precision. DNA nanotechnology studies in Gothelf Lab result in three papers where DNA constitute the architectural blocks of functional nanostructures.

Karina Sunds Nielsen MSc in Nanoscience no. 200 from iNANO, Aarhus University (Photo: Lise Refstrup Linnebjerg Pedersen)

2017.09.21 | iNano

MSc in Nanoscience no. 200 from iNANO, Aarhus University

Not only is this year the 15th anniversary of the Nanoscience educational programme, Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Centre (iNANO) could also celebrate MSc in Nanoscience no. 200. 

2017.09.18 | iNano

Professor Bjørk Hammer receives Aarhus University Anniversary Foundation Prize of Honour for Pedagogics

Prof. Hammer (Depart. of Physics and Astronomy and iNANO) was awarded the Aarhus University Anniversary Foundation Prize of Honour for Pedagogics in recognition of his outstanding and groundbreaking teaching at Aarhus University.

2017.09.08 | Research News

New Publication by CADIAC in Nature Communications

Chemists from The Carbon Dioxide Activation Center have recently published a paper in Nature Communications with the title “Scalable carbon dioxide electroreduction coupled to carbonylation chemistry”.

Fat is healthier than sugar – and now it turns out that the harmful substances from the blood sugar are detoxified in connection to the fatty acid metabolism in the cell. Photo: Lise Balsby

2017.09.04 | iNano

The fat metabolism of the body protects against the harmful effects of sugar

Researchers from Aarhus University, including assist. prof Thomas B. Poulsen have discovered a metabolite that reveals how the fatty acid metabolism of the body protects against the harmful effects of sugar. In general, the researchers have discovered that the fatty acid metabolism in the cells causes a detoxification of the harmful substances…

Tubes with mussel glue will in the future be able to replace sutures and staples in the hospitals' operating rooms. Video with Dr. Fiona Linnea Bach-Gansmo, Director of Bioco Medico IVS.

2017.08.30 | iNano

Mussel gels must be made ready for surgery

Tubes with mussel glue will in the future be able to replace sutures and staples in the hospitals' operating rooms. Researchers at Aarhus University have copied the mussel glue production and improved it so much that they have established the spinout company Bioco Medico in order to get the glue brought to the market.

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