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PhD student Alexander Frederik Sandahl

2018.06.25 | Exam

QUALIFYING EXAM: Synthesis of Small Cyclic Oligonucleotides

On Wednesday 27 June at 13:15 in Aud I (1514-213) at the Department of Chemistry, PhD student Alexander Frederik Sandahl will be having his qualifying exam.

PhD student Thorbjørn Birger Nielsen

2018.06.22 | Exam

QUALIFYING EXAM: DNA-Protein Nanostructures Enabled by Selective Protein Labelling Strategies

On Wednesday 27 June at 13:15 in Aud I (1590-213) at the Department of Chemistry, PhD student Thorbjørn Birger Nielsen will be having his qualifying exam.

Master's student Helle Martinussen

2018.06.21 | Exam

MASTER'S EXAM: A DNA-functionalized Conjugated Polymer as a Smart Material for Drug Delivery

On Friday 22 June at 13:00 in Aud F (1534-125), Master's student Helle Martinussen will defend her thesis on "A DNA-functionalized Conjugated Polymer as a Smart Material for Drug Delivery". The defence is open to all.

2018.05.08 | Events

Gothelf Lab Reunion on 4th of May 2018

On 4th of May 2018 all former and current members of Gothelf lab were invited to a reunion. The evening was a success with scientific talks and a dinner party. The presentations included current research in the Gothelf lab and former members which works at Lundbeck, Novo Nordisk, Teknologisk Institut and a assistant Professor at AU.  Thank…

2018.05.08 | Awards

Congratulations to Kurt Vesterager Gothelf

​Professor Kurt Gothelf recieves Danish Polymer award by Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV)

Photos by Roar Paaske

2018.03.23 | Ceremony / opening

Official opening of CEMBID

The Center for Multifunctional Biomolecular Drug Design was officially openend on 19 March. 80 guests took part in the celebration.

Researchers at CEMBID will develop the drugs of the future, where each drug is a combination of many different functions.

2018.03.19 | Press release

Swiss army knife pills

The potential for the research now being addressed by the Center for Multifunctional Biomolecular Drug Design (CEMBID) at Aarhus University is enormous. The goal is to create a new generation of drugs that can be used to diagnose and treat cancer and atherosclerosis - which together represent two thirds among the causes of death globally.

Kurt Vesterager Gothelf

2018.03.09 | Publication

Kurt Vesterager Gothelf

The author presented on this page has recently published his 10th article since 2017 in Angewandte Chemie: “Docking of Antibodies into the Cavities of DNA Origami Structures”: X. Ouyang, M. De Stefano, A. Krissanaprasit, A. L. B. Kodal, C. Bech Rosen, T. Liu, S. Helmig, C. Fan, K. V. Gothelf, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 14423; Angew. Chem.…

2017.12.28 | Publication

PAPER: Chemical modifications and reactions in DNA nanostructures

DNA nanotechnology has the power to form self-assembled and well-defined nanostructures, such as DNA origami, where the relative positions of each atom are known with subnanometer precision.

2017.09.14 | Publication

PAPER: AFM Imaging of Hybridization Chain Reaction-Mediated Signal Transmission Between two DNA Origami Structures

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, doi: 10.1002/anie.201706680 Helmig, S., Gothelf, K. V. Aarhus University, Centre for DNA Nanotechnology at the Dept. of Chemsitry and iNANO, Aarhus, DENMARK Abstract Signal transfer is central to the controlled exchange of information in biology and advanced technologies. Therefore, the development of…

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