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Nanobiointerfaces Group (Assoc. Prof. Duncan S. Sutherland - duncan@inano.au.dk)
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The main research at the Nanobiointerfaces group is driven by developments in nanoscale engineering and using such new engineering as tools to study physical science or biological science questions in a way that has not been possible before. It is basic research, although it has a strong link to the engineering.

Featured in iNANO "Group of the Month" - click here to read the interview article. (25.4.2012)

Research Areas

Cell Biology at Nanostructures

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Featured Article

Focal Complex Maturation and Bridging on 200 nm Vitronectin but Not Fibronectin Patches Reveal Different Mechanisms of Focal Adhesion Formation - published in Nano Letters (2011, 11:pp 2264–2271).

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Protein Biology at Nanomaterials

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Featured Article

Spatial Mapping and Quantification of Soft and Hard Protein Coronas at Silver Nanocubes - published in Nano Letters (2014, 14:pp 2086–2093).

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Optics at Nanostructures

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Featured Article

Onset of Bonding Plasmon Hybridization Preceded by Gap Modes in Dielectric Splitting of Metal Disks - published in Nano Letters (2013, 13:pp 6033–6039).

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Functional Nanostructures

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Featured Article

Multifunctional Biosensor Based on Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance for Monitoring Small Molecule–Protein Interaction - published in ACS Nano (2014, 8:pp 7958–7967).

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