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Tubes with mussel glue will in the future be able to replace sutures and staples in the hospitals' operating rooms. Video with Dr. Fiona Linnea Bach-Gansmo, Director of Bioco Medico IVS.

30.08.2017 | iNano

Mussel gels must be made ready for surgery

Tubes with mussel glue will in the future be able to replace sutures and staples in the hospitals' operating rooms. Researchers at Aarhus University have copied the mussel glue production and improved it so much that they have established the spinout company Bioco Medico in order to get the glue brought to the market.

ST TAP Award 2017 goes to iNANO researcher Jacques Chevallier

29.08.2017 | iNano

Jacques Chevallier receives ST TAP Award 2017

Congratulations to Jacques Chevallier, Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Centre (iNANO), who receives ST TAP Award 2017. Jacques Chevallier receives the award for his considerable efforts during forty years – both technically and academically.

Press coverage of AU initiated Open Science Platform on national and international online news platforms.

29.08.2017 | iNano

The interesting story of the AU initiated Open Science Platform spotted by several media from India to US as well as the British Government

Several both national and international online news platforms as well as the British Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy have picked up on the news about the newly established ”patent-free playground”, the Open Science platform initiated at iNANO, Science & Technology, Aarhus University

For the 15th time iNANO welcomes new students on the nanoscience educational programme on 23 August 2017 (Photo: Lise Refstrup Linnebjerg Pedersen)

25.08.2017 | iNano

For the 15th time iNANO is welcoming new students starting on the nanoscience programme.

On 23 August 2017 iNANO has once again been enriched with new students. This year is the 15th anniversary of the nanoscience programme and iNANO Director Jørgen Kjems and deputy director Trolle Linderoth were very happy to once again welcome the new nanoscience students to Aarhus University.

Professor Bo Brummerstedt Iversen is director of iMAT, the strategic research centre at Aarhus University. (Photo: Rasmus Rørbæk)

16.08.2017 | iNano

iMAT: Aarhus University focuses on materials research for building the future

Developing new materials with special properties is of crucial importance for scientific progress in areas such as energy, construction, environmentally responsible technologies, transport and electronics. Aarhus University has therefore established the interdisciplinary Centre for Integrated Materials Research (iMAT), hosted by Interdisciplinary…

08.08.2017 | iNano

Opening of Aarhus University Centre for Integrated Materials Research - iMAT

On the 15th August iNANO will host the inauguration of Centre for Integrated Materials Research (iMAT), which will play an important role in the development of national and international materials research collaborations.

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