Most advanced electron microscope

Aiming for complex self-assembling nanostructures

2015.01.21 | Rebeca Suarez Alvarez Thostrup

Professor Bo Brummersted Iversen, who was the driving force in financing the microscopes, gives a speech at the inauguration.

From now on, researchers at Aarhus University will have better opportunities in their work developing and creating advanced nanostructures. Purchasing the market’s most advanced electron microscopes for iNANO lays the foundation for more rapid development of the molecular nanotechnology that is a kind of engineering art on a nanoscale. The aim is to produce complex self-assembling nanostructures that can assemble molecular electronics, deliver drugs directly into cells, or act as sensors that can detect viruses.

To read the article at Scitech homepage (in danish)

 

 

 

 

For more information about the microscopes, please contact

Professor Bo Brummersted
+45 8715 5982 / mobile +45 2778 2887
bo@chem.au.dk

For more information about the research, please contact

Professor Kurt Gothelf
iNANO and Department of Chemistry
Aarhus University
+45 8715 6752 / mobile +45 6020 2725
kvg@chem.au.dk

Assistant Professor Ebbe S. Andersen
iNANO and Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics
Aarhus University
+45 8715 6746 / mobile +45 4117 8619
esa@inano.au.dk

For more information about iNANO, please contact

Director Jørgen Kjems
iNANO
Aarhus University
+45 8715 6764 / mobile +45 2899 2086
jk@mbg.au.dk

For more information about DANDRITE, please contact:

Director Poul Nissen, DANDRITE and Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University

Tlf: 8715 5508 / mobil: 2899 2295
Mail: pn@mbg.au.dk

Read more about some of the research supported by the new TEM electron microscopes

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Scientists fold RNA origami from a single strand

 

 

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