Associate professor Ken Howard, iNANO. Photo: Maria Randima, AU Kommunikation

2014.12.18 |, Nano Medicine

Ken Howard Receives Grant From the Danish Innovation Foundation

Innovationsfonden invests DKK 9m in a research project about albumin.

2014.12.15 | iNano

Danish Master degree in Nanoscience in China

Opportunity handed on a silver platter

2014.12.12 | Research news

Torben R. Jensen in Nature Communications

Multifunctional complex hydrides Tomorrow's energy solutions

2014.12.10 | Research News

Kurt Gothelf receives grant from the Innovation Foundation

The Innovation Foundation grants 24.3m for improving measurement of medication levels in patients

2014.12.09 | Research news

Article in Nature Chemistry from Harvard's Wyss Institute with iNANO

Designed large DNA crystals could create revolutionary nanodevice

2014.12.08 | Research news

Henrik Birkedal & Marie Krogsgaard interviewed by Reuters News agency

Replica mussel glue could revolutionise wound surgery

2014.12.08 | Awards

iNANO on the podium at Biomod 2014

World wide competition for Bachelor students at Harvard University

2014.10.07 | Research news

Nanoscience makes your wine better

One sip of a perfectly poured glass of wine leads to an explosion of flavours in your mouth

Schematic illustration of the transformation of spherical/ellipsoidal micelles to worm-like micelles at higher salt concentration

2014.10.07 | Research news

Spheres becoming Worms

Filming the Transition of Surfactant Micelles

2014.10.06 | Research news

Water is an Interesting Matter

Scientists at iNANO elucidate the growth model of the initial stage of water condensation at the confined surfaces, enabling new opportunities for utilizing the interfacial ice-like water for future technological applications.

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