Annual meeting with partners

Carbon Dioxide Activation Center

Carbon Dioxide Activation Center is a Centre of excellence established on April 1st 2015. CADIAC is based on funding from the Danish National Research Foundation. Research within CADIAC focuses on the conversion of CO2 to valuable chemical compounds, and it is developed in collaboration with a growing number of partners across and outside Europe.

News from CADIAC

2017.10.06 | CADIAC, iNano

PhD Study in Synthetic Organic Chemistry

If you are interested in joining a dynamic research group in synthetic organic chemistry, then there are two available PhD stipends in the Skrydstrup group. Our research is focused on the development of new synthetic methodology using transition metal catalysis. This includes methodology for accessing pharmaceutically relevant molecules, isotope…

2017.01.25 | CADIAC

CADIAC publishes on Videnskab.dk

http://videnskab.dk/naturvidenskab/co2-kan-blive-fremtidens-ressource

Events & Meetings in CADIAC

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News from iNano

With a new project, researchers hope to be able to develop "artificial tasting machines". Photo: Colourbox

2018.11.21 | iNano

DNA molecules will be used to mimic human sense of taste

Human sense of taste is complex and difficult to imitate. An interdisciplinary project with Jørgen Kjems as project leader is now aiming at developing extremely fast "artificial tasting machines" that use DNA molecules as billions of small "sensors" to imitate human sense of taste with unprecedented accuracy.

Professor Gregers Rom Andersen (left), Cryo-EM Facility Manager Thomas Boesen and Professor Poul Nissen in front of the Titan-Krios flagship microscope at Aarhus University (photo: Lisbeth Heilesen).

2018.11.08 | Research News

DKK 30 million for high-tech electron microscopes for research in molecular cell biology

The Minister for Higher Education and Science has approved funding for three new research infrastructures, of which DKK 30.76 million goes to EMBION – a research infrastructure for cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) on biological materials.